Pro-Trump pillow peddler Mike Lindell remains delusional about the results of the 2020 election, which he insists was "stolen" from former President Donald Trump by Democrats engaging in widespread election fraud.
While he's far from the only Trump ally to parrot these election fantasies, Lindell is one of the few who's repeatedly insisted Trump will somehow be "reinstated" as President once the nonexistent irrefutable proof Lindell has repeatedly promised comes to light.
The date for this mythical reinstatement has constantly been postponed. Lindell and other conspiracy theorists have floated that Trump would retake the Presidency on Inauguration Day immediately after Biden was sworn in, then on March 4, then on August 13.
Now, Lindell claims the U.S. Supreme Court will take up his accusations of election fraud by Thanksgiving, which will supposedly begin the process of vindicating his lies about the election, and subsequently result in Trump's reinstatement (there is no constitutional process for "reinstating" a President, absent a reelection).
Lindell told white supremacist podcast host Steve Bannon:
"We will have this before the Supreme Court before Thanksgiving. That's my promise to the people of this country."
It's unclear why Lindell believes his case will go straight to the Supreme Court.
The Court near-unanimously rejected efforts brought by the Texas Attorney General to decertify election results in swing states Trump lost last year. Meanwhile, Lindell is wrangling with billion dollar defamation suits against him by the elections companies he continues to smear.
People are skeptical of his latest prediction.
They accused him of grifting yet again.
People won't be holding their breath for Thanksgiving.