The huckster Mike Lindell, the My Pillows guy, promised this was supposed to be the triumphant return of the MAGA/QAnon cult’s “Dear Leader” by Thanksgiving day. Oops, he did it again! He delivered another turkey on Thanksgiving day.

This huckster had predicted this fantastical reinstatement would take place in August, then September and then “We will have this before the Supreme Court before Thanksgiving,” he promised in September. “That’s my promise to the people of this country.”

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He lied.

Once again, this huckster’s fantastical lie failed to materialize. Mike Lindell Finally Reveals His Supreme Court Complaint, And Critics Have Notes:

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell on Tuesday released a copy of his long-promised Supreme Court complaint to overturn the 2020 presidential election, though it had not actually been filed and it listed the plaintiff as “[insert your state].”

The pillow magnate turned conspiracy theorist has vowed again and again that he would file an election fraud complaint directly to the U.S. Supreme Court that would somehow reinstate Donald Trump as president.

On Tuesday evening, he published a copy of the complaint on his website, though it appeared to be missing some essential components and he had apparently failed to get any state attorneys general to sign on to it.

Earlier this month, Lindell claimed that he had “tons” of state attorneys general signing on to the complaint [including a Democratic AG], though he refused to name any. He said all of them would sign the complaint together on Nov. 23 before its 9 a.m. filing with the court.

But as 9 a.m. came and went Tuesday, no lawsuit had been filed, and Lindell offered a fresh batch of conspiracy theories to explain away his broken promise.

This is what conspiracy theorists always do. When their conspiracy is debunked, they don’t come to their senses, they invent a new conspiracy to explain away their debunked conspiracy. They can never be wrong, or ever admit that they were wrong.

Nobody had signed because of a pressure campaign orchestrated by Republican National Committee chair Ronna McDaniel, he claimed in a livestream Monday night. On Tuesday morning, he blamed coronavirus vaccine mandates, declaring that he had met “many AGs,” but they were too busy “fighting these mandates where kids had to take the vaccine.”

Nevertheless, this idiot went ahead with his planned “Thanks-A-Thon” pretending as if he had filed a lawsuit with the Supreme Court (who in God’s name would be watching this crazy shit on Thanksgiving day?) Mike Lindell’s ‘Thanks-A-Thon’ expert admits voting machines aren’t actually connected to the internet:

According to Mike Lindell, Thanksgiving was supposed to be the day that former President Donald Trump was brought back into the White House. The Supreme Court was supposed to usher Trump in based on the lawsuit that Lindell filed. It was going to be the most explosive revelation ever. It didn’t work out that way.

Lindell revealed his lawsuit this week ahead of the holiday but didn’t even name a plaintiff to sue the states he took issue with. He claimed that no attorneys general in the United States wanted to work with him. The Supreme Court snubbed him, he claimed, but the reality is he didn’t even file the lawsuit.

Thursday, he held his infamous Thanks-a-thon, a kind of hours-long telethon where he’d celebrate a victory that never came. Like the play “Waiting for Godot,” Lindell continues to wait for an outcome that never arrives. At the end of the play, one character says, “let’s go,” The other agrees, “let’s go.” The stage direction says, “they do not move.” The implication is that they wait for the infamous Godot forever, just as Lindell continues to wait for Trump to be miraculously re-established as the president without an election.

In one case, Lindell welcomed an expert in electronic voting machines. Even his own expert agreed that the machines aren’t actually connected to the internet. [Oops!]

“They are all machines… they all are built to do the same thing and that’s steal elections,” Lindell persisted.

If his theory were true, it would mean that to hack the election, the “hacker” would have to go to each electronic voting machine in each polling place in every state.

He then went through each of the electronic voting machine companies and called them out by name. Lindell is currently facing a multi-billion-dollar lawsuit from Dominion Voting Systems for disparaging the company with his conspiracy theories. [He just gave them more evidence to use in court.]

It is long past time that this man is committed to a mental hospital for psychological evaluation. Any of you damn fools who believe this huckster should join him.




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