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Mike Lindell Pushes Back His SCOTUS Election Reinstatement Claims — Maybe September, Rather Than August

Mike Lindell Pushes Back His SCOTUS Election Reinstatement Claims — Maybe September, Rather Than August

The conspiracy theory that Donald Trump will be reinstated to the presidency in August — something that absolutely cannot happen — is beloved by many MAGAs, but perhaps by no one so strongly as Mike Lindell, who is still promoting his MyPillow products and election conspiracies in the same breath. Now he’s extending that deadline just a little more.

WELLINGTON, OHIO, USA – JUNE 26: Michael J. Lindell known also as “Pillow Guy” attends the ‘Save America’ rally at the Lorain County Fair Grounds in Wellington, Ohio, United States on June 26, 2021. Trump held a rally in Wellington for the first time since the January 6. (Photo by Tayfun Coskun/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

Throughout his presidency, Donald Trump was mocked for “two weeks” — a pattern that listeners noticed in which Trump’s promises (like a healthcare plan) were always described as coming soon, but never materialized. Lindell has picked up this pattern, and has been perpetually promising that the very next documentary would be proof beyond question, the very next case would get the Supreme Court’s attention, and so on.

Now he’s moving it back again, still insisting that the mythical reinstatement is coming, but saying that while he’s certain SCOTUS will take the case this time and overturn it, they might take a little longer, so perhaps Trump will be reinstated (which again does not exist as a process) in September rather than August.

So far, the Supreme Court has consistently refused to touch election fraud cases, which have been thrown out of lower courts.

Still, he’s not admitting defeat and insists that there are at least three paths for reinstatement of an ousted president, although he doesn’t elaborate on what those might be.

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Currently, Rudy Giuliani’s law license is suspended because he’s accused of lying in court to try to promote Trump’s false claims about the election, and Mike Lindell (among others) was sued by Dominion Voting Systems for continuing to push false claims accusing the company of election fraud.

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