Mike Lindell was on the scene for the Trump Rally in Ohio tonight and he dropped a couple huge bombshells…
Mike Lindell: Trump really won Ohio with 3,400,000 votes which is an additional 500,000 pic.twitter.com/pPaQQ36KjS
— RSBN 🇺🇸 (@RSBNetwork) April 23, 2022
Here is the full clip from Rumble:
But he wasn’t done…
Mike Lindell has arrived at the Trump rally in OH. For some reason he is out of breath. He says, “yesterday was a historical day in the history of America,” since he filed his lawsuit to ban all voting machines in America. pic.twitter.com/qeh5ZKaczn
— Ron Filipkowski 🇺🇦 (@RonFilipkowski) April 23, 2022
And from a couple days ago:
pillow guy Mike Lindell announces Trump will be back in WH soon: “We’re looking at Thurs, if everything goes right. I’m not going to give all the details… There’s a lot of surprises. It’s going to shock the country, as a matter of fact.”pic.twitter.com/2Ogz8alc2T
— PoliticsVideoChannel (@politvidchannel) April 20, 2022
Mike Lindell wants to show Jimmy Kimmel his new evidence to reinstate Trump: “I think he’ll do it. He’s always bashed me. Some of its been kinda funny. Some of it’s been not so funny. But it would be interesting to have him come on and say, ‘Mike was right, he’s been vindicated.” pic.twitter.com/kk5Jy0eoIB
— Ron Filipkowski 🇺🇦 (@RonFilipkowski) April 21, 2022
This kind of made me laugh, even though I’m sure it was meant disparagingly:
— Liz Skalka (@lizskalka) April 23, 2022
MSN had more:
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell touted a new “historical” lawsuit he helped file in Arizona on Friday to prevent the southwestern state from utilizing machines to tabulate votes in upcoming elections.
Arizona state Representative Mark Finchem, a Republican, who is running to become the state’s secretary of state in the 2022 midterms, and Kari Lake, a former television news journalist, who is running as a Republican to become the state’s governor, filed the lawsuit with the backing of Lindell. They contend that the machines are vulnerable to hacking.
“Yesterday was a historical day in history—in the history of America,” Lindell asserted during an interview with Right Side Broadcasting Network (RSBN) ahead of former President Donald Trump’s rally in Ohio on Saturday. “We filed the first preliminary injunction in the state of Arizona to get rid of the machines once and for all.”
The pro-Trump businessman, who has been a key promoter of baseless claims that the 2020 election was “rigged” or “stolen” from the former president, said that this lawsuit was the first of “many.” Lindell explained that he hopes to launch similar lawsuits in all 50 states.
“This is so important because in this next election, besides the great candidates we’re going to get, we have to have the machines gone,” the MyPillow CEO said.