MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell is promising he knows exactly when he’s going to launch the lawsuit that will put Donald Trump back in the White House.
It should be pointed out that this is at least the third date he’s “promised” he would hit as far as getting that lawsuit in front of the Supreme Court.
“You heard it here first because our case is ready,” he said on a podcast run by Trump pardon recipient and former White House aide Steve Bannon.
“We will have this before the Supreme Court before Thanksgiving,” he claimed. “That’s my promise to the people of this country.” The notorious Trump backer has said that the evidence that he has is so overwhelming, the Supreme Court will immediately move to remove Joe Biden from the presidency and install Donald Trump.
Mike Lindell has made multiple incorrect predictions for when his case would go to court and when Trump would return to the White House. He’s also claimed to have evidence of election hacking. However, those claims are apparently as reliable as his claims on when he’ll go to court. A member of the cyber team he himself hired dismissed the evidence as “a turd.”
In fact, the evidence has been so shaky that at least two elections security experts have tried to claim a $5 million bounty he’s offered. That money was supposed to go to anyone who could prove his evidence was false. He’s reportedly ducked both experts since they came for the money.
Social Media Rips Into Mike Lindell
It should come as no surprise that Twitter users let the MyPillow CEO have it. Several of those users pointed out that he cannot simply take a case to the Supreme Court.
“Breaking” one Twitter user wrote. “Mike Lindell and fans still don’t understand civil procedure, appellate courts, or … well, maybe it would be faster to list the things they do understand.”
Another user declared that if the Trump supporter wasn’t wealthy, he wouldn’t be walking the streets freely.
Again, anyone else who wasn’t wealthy and was this conspicuously and dangerously mentally ill would have been involuntarily committed long ago. https://t.co/BYPrmcV4ur
— Spiro Agnew’s Ghost (@SpiroAgnewGhost) September 21, 2021
Several other users simply pointed out that the process he keeps laying out, isn’t really how it works.
“It should go without saying.” another user wrote. “But there is no ‘taking this to the Supreme Court by Thanksgiving’. That’s not how this works. That’s not how any of this works.”
They are of course, several layers of courts the case would have to go through.
I'm sorry, the US Supreme Court doesn't have jurisdiction over Dumbassistan. https://t.co/oCATTU7jTG
— J.C. Bradbury (@jc_bradbury) September 22, 2021
How Is He Still Being Believed?
Some users were incredulous that Mike Lindell is someone that is still getting any followers at all.
If you're an actual human adult, and you still believe a shred of what this idiot says, do you also still believe in Santa Claus? Or do you just get scammed every damn day by robocallers? I really need to know how gullible you are! https://t.co/EwOiuV3Q5g
— Robert Maguire (@RobertMaguire_) September 22, 2021
It appears there is a large portion of the public that has lost patience entirely with him.
A man yelling and speaking enthusiastically has no correlation to the credibility of the words being spoken. https://t.co/WQcyICigr0
— Representative Pat Garofalo (@PatGarofalo) September 21, 2021
Now the country will just wait and see if Mike Lindell can somehow deliver on his Thanksgiving promise.
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