MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell speculated this week that President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris will resign on the morning of August 13.
Lindell told Real America's Voice host Steve Bannon that he came to this conclusion after speaking with three Democrats who regretted voting for Biden. The MyPillow CEO claimed that he had convinced the Biden voters that the 2020 election had been stolen from former President Donald Trump.
"You know, I talk to Democrats and to liberals too and they see the bad things that are going on," Lindell said, recalling a speech he recently gave in New Hampshire. "There were a lot of people there that had regrets that they wish that they had known more before they voted."
"There's three of them that voted [for Biden] that feel terrible about it," he continued. "I said you know what? I said you didn't know about this but you thought you were voting for something. I said you didn't get to vote. I said China did our vote."
Lindell once again vowed to show evidence proving the election was stolen at his "cyber symposium" event, which is scheduled for August 10-12.
"It gives me hope that even your Democrats... they're seeing now firsthand what government can do and how bad socialism and communism can be," he remarked. "When we get through this and the Supreme Court pulls down this election -- like I've been telling everybody -- when they do this, it's going to be a great uniting and that gives me hope."
"Once we have this symposium, how are the pathways of Donald Trump coming back?" Lindell said. "The first one would be, once we have the symposium, by the night of the 12th or the morning of the 13th, if everyone has seen it, including the administration that's in there now that didn't win, maybe, you know, Biden and Harris would say, hey, we're here to protect the country and resign!"
He added: "I'm serious! If you have any moral character about you, we're all in this together. And this was an attack and you're going to see that at the symposium."
Lindell has previously suggested that the 2020 election would be invalidated by the U.S. Supreme Court on August 13.
Watch the video below from Real America's Voice.
Florida Republicans now want to replicate the humiliation seen in Arizona as members of the party there searched for "bamboo fibers" in ballots.
A state Rep. Anthony Sabatini (R) falsely claims that "audits" in Arizona and Georiga turned up "irregularities" in the 2020 election and is using that lie to justify a so-called "forensic audit" on the five largest counties in Florida. That would include targeting Broward, Hillsborough, Miami-Dade, Palm Beach and Orange counties.
"A full forensic audit of the five counties must be done immediately," he said in a press release. "Florida voters' confidence in our elections is at an all-time low. Disturbing revelations in Arizona, Georgia, and other states make clear that the Secretary of State needs to do more than attempt to secure future elections. They must also look back and ensure that laws already on the books were followed in previous elections."
He went on to claim that it is a non-partisan issue, but all of the counties cited by Sabatini are Democratic counties that Joe Biden won.
Sabatini is also using the letter on official government stationery to build an email list for his campaign. Among other things, he has also advocated for Dr. Anthony Fauci to be sent to prison for 25 years.
He didn't clarify who would pay for the so-called "audit" nor did he clarify who would buy new voting machines if they are compromised by the "audit." In Maricopa County, for example, machines were compromised by the auditors, costing the county $2.8 million.
Sabatini is a supporter of former President Donald Trump and has spread conspiracy theories that compared President Joe Biden and Speaker Nancy Pelosi to the Nazi Gestapo, hunting down Trump supporters.
See the statement below:
Ex-GOP lawmaker hands Pelosi the keys to undermining McCarthy's attacks on the Capitol investigation
Appearing on CNN with host Poppy Harlow, former Rep. Charlie Dent (R-PA) stated he was pleased that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) added Republican Reps. Liz Cheney (WY) and Adam Kinzinger (IL) to the House select committee investigating the Jan 6th insurrection -- and then he had some tips for the Democratic leader on how to undermine House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy's attacks on the committee.
Dent -- a Republican who counts himself as a "never Trumper" -- said Pelosi has tools at her disposal that will waylay any complaints from McCarthy about the lack of Republicans on the committee.
"So Charlie, Kinzinger said this is about my duty and my oath to the constitution above everything else. McCarthy said that Pelosi is doing this to, quote, 'satisfy her political objectives.' What do you see?" host Harlow began.
"Well I think Kinzinger is serving for all of the right reasons; he wants accountability and answers to the big questions and wants to find facts and know why thousands of our fellow citizens decided to storm the Capitol and disrupt the peaceful transfer of power" he replied. "He's doing it for all of the right reasons."
"I think if Nancy Pelosi is smart about this, she'll invite back the three [Republicans] who Kevin McCarthy removed from the committee and, if they don't join, she'll seek three more Republicans like [Reps.] Peter Meijer (R-MI), Fred Upton (R-MI) or others or Jaime Herrera Beutler (R-WA). That is what I would do."
Finally the thing I would do -- I would do to make sure this is fairly balanced -- I would give Kinzinger and Cheney all of the time of the Republicans. If there are only two, give them the time of the other three so this looks more balanced," he suggested. "And I think this is smart of Kinzinger and Cheney; hopefully give this committee a better feeling of credibility to the American public."
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