Mike Lindell associate insists election officials should face execution: ‘After the Nuremberg trials, there were hangings and firing squads’

Over a year after the 2020 election, election officials across the country are facing growing demands from allies of former President Donald Trump to decertify the election's results, according to The Washington Post.

"The ongoing attack on the vote is being driven in part by well-funded Trump associates, who have gained audiences with top state officials and are pushing to inspect protected machines and urging them to conduct audits or sign on to a lawsuit seeking to overturn the 2020 results," Amy Gardner, Emma Brown and Josh Dawsey report. "And the campaign is being bolstered by grass-roots energy, as local residents who have absorbed baseless allegations of ballot fraud are now forcing election administrators to address the false claims."

As the Post points out, one of those leading the effort to overturn the 2020 election's result is MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell. One of his associates, David Frank, claims to have discovered secret algorithms used to rig the election.

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On social media, Frank called for prison and firing squads for those not willing to hear his voter fraud conspiracy theories.

“After the Nuremberg trials, there were hangings and firing squads,” Frank told the Post, adding that he firmly believes America's election's "are not fair and free."

"I believe they are being manipulated," he said.

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