MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell on May 17 presented a topic about “China puts Joe Biden in the White House”.

He said on Telegram: “Here is some of the evidence for the Supreme Court! This corrupt election is coming down! Biggest crime ever! Share this everywhere!”

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Mike Lindell: Trump was on course to win all swing states

Michael Lindell has said that former President Donald Trump won the 2020 election with 80 million votes. Lindell also claimed that Trump would have won six key battleground states if election fraudsters hadn’t rigged the vote against him.

Lindell made his claims on Monday evening at an in-person, indoor rally in the Corn Palace, an arena in Mitchell, South Dakota to mark the launch of Frank Speech. During the event, Lindell said that on Election Night, people rigged voting machines against Trump. However, the riggers underestimated the number of votes Trump would win, Lindell stated.

“They estimated Donald Trump at about 68 million [votes], okay? Well, all of you and this whole country voted. He actually got 80 million, everybody. But he was going to win,” Lindell claimed. “He was going to win in spite of the machines and all the other, I call it, the ‘organic fraud.'”

The “organic fraud” as Lindell called it, allegedly included ballots cast by dead people, non-residents and minors as well as “fake ballots.” Lindell then claimed that critical battleground states delayed their final vote counts on Election Night when they realized Trump had a lead.

“When they stopped everything,” Lindell said, “they did that because Donald Trump would have won all six of these [battleground] states, so they had to stop it in his tracks. They misjudged him, okay?”

The six states Lindell referenced were presumably Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.

Lindell is facing a $1.3 billion defamation lawsuit from Dominion Voting Systems for allegedly claiming that the company’s machines assisted in the alleged fraud.

Lindell sued the company for $1.6 billion, claiming that the company is a “government actor” that violated his Constitutional rights to free speech and due process.

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