MyPillow Chief Executive Officer and election denier Mike Lindell is asking the public to buy stock in his business, Lindell TV, to gain back the millions he spent in an effort to overturn the 2020 election.
Former GOP prosecutor Ron Filipkowski shared a clip of Lindell's recent Right Side Broadcasting (RSB) Network interview via Twitter, writing, "Mike Lindell announces that he has spent over $40 million trying to overturn the election and he needs help. So, he says he is going to allow people to 'buy stock' in Lindell TV: 'I want every person out there to have a little piece of the pie.'"
Lindell said, "For the next couple weeks — could be for two to four weeks — we're offering stock to the public," adding "This is gonna be amazing!"
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The RSB host interrupted the conspiracy theorist, saying to viewers, "Hang on a second, he spent over 40 million dollars," before the Lindell continued, "I spent over $40 million, and I need help. We need help making our voice bigger. I can't tell the details. The lawyer says, 'I will only let you tell this much.'"
The CEO's offer comes after CNN reported last month he was ordered to pay $5 million to software developer Robert Zeidman, who sued the voter fraud conspiracy theorist over his 2020 election false claim.
According to The Washington Post, "Zeidman had examined Lindell's data and concluded that not only did it not prove voter fraud, it also had no connection to the 2020 election," adding, "He was the only expert who submitted a claim, arbitration records show."
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