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[COMMENTARY] More Tears On MyPillow: The “Trump Reinstatement Day” That Wasn’t

[COMMENTARY] More Tears On MyPillow: The “Trump Reinstatement Day” That Wasn’t

O, pity the ‘prophet’ Mike Lindell yet again.

The MyPillow CEO has been confidently hyping up his followers for weeks for the “reinstatement” of Donald Trump as “president”, an event he predicted would happen on Friday, August 13th. But Lindell’s dream of usurping our democratic process and putting an ousted criminal traitor back in the White House hasn’t materialized, so he’s crying even more tears into his MyPillow today.

WASHINGTON, DC – JANUARY 15: My Pillow CEO Michael Lindell is seen outside the door of the West Wing at the White House on Friday, Jan 15, 2021 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post via Getty Images)

Just last month, Lindell told The Daily Beast that he hoped to have “sufficient evidence of voter fraud” to bring to the U.S. Supreme Court by the end of July. He theorized that, when that happened, the Republican party would have Trump “back in the Oval Office by the end of August”. He later specified that date, telling the conservative Worldview Weekend Broadcast Network that “August 13th would be the chosen day” when the world would “finally rise up” and demand that their Dear Leader be placed back in power.

Is there no one who can come collect this poor man and get him the help he so clearly needs?

Lindell is allegedly moving the reinstatement goalposts to the arbitrary date of September 18th, because all of the evidence he’s never found will magically materialize by then, just like the coronavirus was supposed to magically disappear by April 2020.

The one good thing about the QAnons believing in “Reinstatement Day” was Twitter enjoying a proper roasting of the QIdiocy. Here’s a roundup of some of the finest tweets about the worst people.

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