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Furious MyPillow Guy Accuses RNC of Hindering His Supreme Court Complaint on the 2020 Election

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Pro-Trump conspiracy theorist and MyPillow company founder Mike Lindell continues to absurdly believe the fantasy that Democrats "stole" the 2020 election from former President Donald Trump through widespread election fraud.

Even more bizarrely, Lindell has repeatedly insisted he has irrefutable proof of this imaginary corruption, and that his evidence will lead to the reinstatement of Trump as President, despite there being no constitutional process for reinstating a president, except for reelection.

Lindell has repeatedly moved the goalpost for when this would happen. He and other conspiracy theorists floated that Trump would retake the Presidency on Inauguration Day immediately after Biden was sworn in. When that came and went without incident, the date moved to March 4, then to August 13. Lindell then claimed the evidence presented at his bizarre "cyber symposium" earlier this year would rally the nation to oust the current administration. Nothing happened.

Then, Lindell vowed to file a complaint with the Supreme Court that he said the court would take up "before Thanksgiving," emphasizing that was his "promise to the people of this country."

At the time of this writing, it is a day and a half before Thanksgiving and it's a practical certainty that the Supreme Court won't be taking up Lindell's unhinged conspiracy theory.

And Lindell is blaming officials at the Republican National Committee (RNC), particularly its chairwoman, Ronna McDaniel.

A report by Zachary Petrizzo of the Daily Beast detailed a glitch-riddled livestreamed diatribe, in which Lindell accused McDaniel and the RNC of pressuring attorneys general around the nation not to sign onto the complaint, saying:

"How dare the RNC try and stop this case from getting to the Supreme Court. Shame on you, RNC! You are worse than Fox now! You can't tell me why Ronna McDaniel, the head of the RNC, made a statement saying Biden won three days before this Supreme Court complaint was supposed to go to the Supreme Court. What about the timing of that, America? Why would she say that at that moment in time? She didn't have to say that. What, is she trying to get more donor money? Is she trying to get donor money from Democrats? She is as RINO as they come!"

As Petrizzo pointed out, there are currently no records of Supreme Court filings from Lindell or state attorneys general.

Instead, Lindell vowed to hold a four-day "Thanks-O-Thon" where he will detail the conspiracies laid out in the supposed complaint.

Another day, more nonsense.






Nevertheless, there are still those who believe the pillow peddler.



Lindell has around 36 hours before his self-imposed deadline is up.