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MyPillow Guy Says Trump Will Be Back in Office by August After Supreme Court Sees 'All the Evidence'

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CEO and founder of MyPillow, Mike Lindell, has become more famous for his unwavering devotion to former President Donald Trump than for the pillows he peddles.

Lindell continues to embrace Trump's lies that Democrats orchestrated widespread voter fraud to "steal" the 2020 election from him and deliver a false victory to now-President Joe Biden—lies that lead to a deadly failed insurrection at the United States Capitol this past January.

Even after being slapped with a $1.3 billion defamation suit from election software company Dominion—whom Lindell has been smearing for months—the pillow salesman is still under the delusion that the election was stolen and that Donald Trump will retake the White House within the year.

Lindell vowed that his so-called "evidence" of widespread election fraud will be heard before the Supreme Court and insisted that it would negate the 2020 election.

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In an interview with white nationalist and former Trump official Steve Bannon, Lindell said:

"All the evidence I have — everything is going to go before the Supreme Court and the election of 2020 is going bye-bye. It was an attack by other countries, communism coming in. I don't know what they're going to do with that after they pull it down. ... Donald Trump will be back in office in August!"

So far, the Supreme Court has declined to hear any case that would overturn the electoral votes of any state that Trump lost, yet Lindell continues to insist that there's still reason for his supporters to hope.

It's worth noting that Lindell has sold his pillows through an aggressive pro-Trump marketing campaign, offering discounts with code words inspired by the former President and by the QAnon conspiracy theory.

But most people dismissed Lindell as deranged and delusional.






And there's not much hope for his so-called evidence being considered by the nation's highest court.



It's unclear how Lindell plans to show his evidence to the Supreme Court.