Mike Lindell Loses It On CNN Reporter As His Cyber Symposium Disintegrates



MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell’s disastrous “Cyber Symposium” concluded on Thursday with out providing any of the promised proof of fraud within the 2020 election. 

However when confronted by a CNN reporter, Lindell claimed he couldn’t present the proof, as he’d promised, due to something-something, the media.  

“I’ve that proof with my people who we’re bringing to the Supreme Court docket,” Lindell informed CNN’s Donie O’Sullivan. “I don’t want the media driving the narrative earlier than my case to the Supreme Court docket.” 

That excuse was in sharp distinction to his claims main as much as the occasion, through which he promised to ship “100 p.c, non-subjective proof” that Donald Trump received the election. (He didn’t.)

Lindell swore his proof could be so sturdy that the Supreme Court docket would unanimously rule in his favor, that President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris would resign and that Trump could be reinstated on Aug. 13. As an alternative, the proof he mentioned was described by one in every of his personal consultants as a “turd.”  

O’Sullivan introduced election safety professional Harri Hursti to Lindell’s occasion to investigate any supposed proof. 

“We anticipated an enormous pile of information which we wouldn’t be capable to perceive and the way it may be proof,” Hursti mentioned. “We didn’t count on there’s no pile of something.” 


See O’Sullivan’s full section, together with a really defensive Lindell, under: 


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