Just a day after his cyber symposium promising irrefutable proof that the 2020 election was stolen from former President Donald Trump once again failed to deliver, MyPillow CEO and prominent conspiracy theorist Mike Lindell is once again facing mockery.
Lindell has eagerly promoted the lie that Democrats, elections software companies, and foreign countries conspired to facilitate widespread election fraud to deliver President Joe Biden a false victory.
He's also frequently claimed Trump would somehow be "reinstated" after his lies about the election were corroborated, despite there being no constitutional process for the reinstatement of a U.S. President outside of reelection.
Most recently, Lindell promised that August 13 would be the day of vindication for all Trump supporters with fantasies of their favorite President retaking the White House.
Watch an interview Lindell gave on July 5 below.
"The morning of August 13, it'll be the talk of the world going, 'Hurry up! Let's get this election pulled down, let's right the right, let's get these communists out that have taken over' and you'll see. ... Right now, the biggest concern is getting this election pulled down."
He said something similar in an interview with white supremacist Steve Bannon:
"Once we have the symposium, by the night of the 12 or the morning of the 13—and everyone has seen it including the administration that's in there now, that didn't win—maybe Biden and Harris would say, 'Hey, we're here to protect the country' and resign."
The pillow peddler's symposium has generated a lot of discussion, mostly about how wildly he overhyped what ended up once again being "a pile of nothing" according to cyber experts.
What's certain is that it's August 13, and there is no increase in calls for Trump to somehow be reinstated.
People soon began mocking the prediction with the hashtag #ReinstatementDay.
Lindell is a huge topic of discussion.
We're sure Lindell will emerge with a new date soon.