'[Insert State Here]': Mike Lindell's Supreme Court complaint doesn't even list a plaintiff
Mike Lindell of My Pillow/Screenshot

For months, MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has been vowing to file a "complaint" with the Supreme Court demanding that they overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election and "reinstate" former President Donald Trump.

On Tuesday evening, according to Reuters legal reporter Brad Heath, Lindell has finally published the complaint online — but it doesn't appear to be complete, because it is missing a plaintiff and lawyers.

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According to Heath, Lindell appears to use an interpretation of the Electors Clause that the Supreme Court already turned away when Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a suit to try to overturn the election last year, although they did not rule on its merits — and that, while Lindell didn't list an attorney on his released copy of the complaint, there is evidence it was written by Lawrence Joseph, who also wrote Texas' failed suit.

Lindell previously suggested that there was a vast conspiracy by the Republican National Committee to sabotage his Supreme Court litigation, and threatened to sue a Daily Beast reporter who asked him for comment.

Read the full complaint here (PDF).