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Not Even Marjorie Taylor Greene Is Buying MyPillow Guy's Theory About Trump Being Reinstated by August

Not Even Marjorie Taylor Greene Is Buying MyPillow Guy's Theory About Trump Being Reinstated by August
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Far-right Congresswoman and prominent conspiracy theorist Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia was stripped of her committee assignments by her colleagues earlier this year after her previous support of deranged conspiracy theories was uncovered by social media sleuths.

The Congresswoman spewed nonsense that Democrats secretly coordinate school shootings in order to weaken public support for the Second Amendment, that devastating wildfires in California came from Rothschild-owned lasers, and that the government was secretly run by a network of pedophiles whom former President Donald Trump was sent to expose—a central tenet of the QAnon conspiracy web.

She also supported the execution of her now-colleagues in Congress.

But even she isn't buying what pillow salesman and prominent Trump ally Mike Lindell is selling.

For months, Lindell has insisted he's got proof that Trump is the legitimate winner of the 2020 election—a lie that swept the nation in Trump's lame duck period and culminated in the historic domestic attack on the U.S. Capitol this past January.

Lindell continues to absurdly claim that Trump will be "reinstated" as President on August 13.

The MyPillow CEO said earlier this week:

"The morning of August 13, it will 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, you know that have taken over."

Greene pushed back against Lindell's fantasy in an interview with white nationalist and former Trump official Steve Bannon—while still pushing the lie that the 2020 election was compromised.

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Marjorie Taylor Greene rejects claim Trump will be 'reinstated' in

Greene said:

"I want people to be careful in what they believe. It's going to be very difficult to overturn the 2020 election and so I would hate for anyone to get their hopes up thinking that President Trump is going to back in the White House in August. Because that's not true."

Though the Congresswoman continues to push delusions about vaccines and supposed Democratic tyranny, people were surprised to see her display a modicum of reason—however ephemeral it was.

She's not the only one to mock Lindell's bonkers claims.

Lindell has been booted from Twitter for his disinformation—a move he insists is another instance of so-called cancel culture.