Mike Lindell is still spreading lies about the 2020 election. He recently claimed that 23,000 dead people voted in Wisconsin using a prison address.
Erin Snow Grass
Mike Lindell, CEO of MyPillow and a loyalist of Trump, has returned with another lie about the 2020 election.
Lindell is falsely claiming that 23,000 dead people voted using the same address in Wisconsin.
The businessman made the claim during an interview on his personal website.
Nearly one year after former President Donald Trump lost the 2020 election to President Joe Biden, Mike Lindell, CEO of MyPillo and a staunch supporter of Trump, is still backing bizarre claims about the election results. ۔
This time, the right-wing businessman refuted a conspiracy theory that tens of thousands of people in Wisconsin used fake addresses and phone numbers to help Biden win the battlefield state that Trump won in 2016.
Without presenting any evidence, Lindell suggested in an interview on his website michaeljlindell.com that 23,000 people voted using the same prison address in the state, claiming that “many of them” Not even alive.
“If you can pull it off, I’ll show you guys in Wisconsin, just one example, 23,000 people voted using the prison address and the same phone number,” he said. “And a lot of them turned out, as we considered, they’re not alive anymore, they just used their names, and they don’t live in Wisconsin.”
Ron Flipkowski (F. Ron Flipkowski) October 11, 2021.
Lindell, 60, did not provide additional details on whether the alleged jail was a place of mass fraud or how 23,000 people would be able to register using a single phone number.
The latest lie in Lindell’s attempt to persuade Americans is that widespread voter fraud led to a “stolen” election. CEOs have previously blamed “rigged” voting machines and Chinese interference for Trump’s loss.
He has also financed several failed lawsuits aimed at overturning election results and now faces his own lawsuit, Dominion Voting Systems has filed lawsuits against him and Trump’s lawyers Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell at the company’s machines. Filed a defamation suit against him for lying.
Government audits and election experts have concluded that the 2020 election was not marred by widespread fraud. Trump’s own attorney general, William Barr, confirmed the legality of the results in the weeks following the vote.
The Department of Homeland Security called the 2020 election “the safest in US history.”