One element of the Trump Sycophancy Parade is that there’s always a promise to keep the marks holding on for two more weeks, one more month, just a little longer, just one more fundraising email and rally. Mike Lindell’s newest claim has his believers expecting that in just a few weeks, there will be a major event, and it will result in Donald Trump’s restoration to office by fall.
In the clip below, via Right Wing Watch, Lindell says that next month he’s bringing together a lot of people, and they’ll prove (as he’s claimed he and other Trump supporters would do in documentaries and court cases for months, to no avail) that the election really was stolen, and Trump will be restored to office.
At a gathering of election, COVID-19, and QAnon conspiracy theorists, Mike Lindell said he'll be hosting a "cyber symposium" in July where "cyber guys" will prove the election was stolen and then "Donald Trump will be in office by this fall, for sure." https://t.co/bcUmh1c8xv pic.twitter.com/9tNsqIUNoU
— Right Wing Watch (@RightWingWatch) June 22, 2021
Lindell says he’ll be bringing together ‘cyber guys,’ media, and politicians on every level, and that even Democrats will be forced to recognize that he’s right.
Even as he pleads for his audience to spread the word, he admits that his plans aren’t yet solidified.
“Every cyber guy that has credentials…..they’re gonna be there. Let’s say I got 200 of them from around the country,” Lindell declares, before going on to promise “all the media” will be present — “maybe even Fox News.”
Lindell has been being a bit more careful about invoking the name of Dominion Voting Systems, which has already sued him for spreading false information, but in this latest spiel he’s reiterating his belief that technology was used to flip votes, and is right back to promising that this time, for real, will definitely totally be the time he proves it.
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