THE BRAVEST MAN IN AMERICA: Mike Lindell
2020 VOTER FRAUD
FROM OUR PRINTED MARCH 1, 2021 EDITION
by Lonnie Brennan
Mike Lindell is getting hammered, daily.
He’s been thrown off Twitter and Facebook. He’s been excoriated in the liberal mainstream media (ABC, CBS, NBC, MSNBC, CNN, TV shows, newspapers…) as well as some conservative media, most notably being silenced mid-sentence by NEWSMAX (the host actually cut Lindell off during an interview, and read a prepared statement by the network).
Lindell’s crime? Speaking out against election fraud in many forms, especially electronic voter fraud.
Despite the social media and mega-media beatings and attacks on his business and reputation, Lindell refuses to be silenced.
Lindell, the founder and CEO of MyPillow, has done what few can do. He has said that he has spent millions of his own money, pulled together experts and various witnesses and data, and asked questions, repeatedly. He’s fought back, daring to speak the words that shall not be spoken: “voter fraud.” Massive voter fraud. Systemic voter fraud, and electronic voter fraud, both foreign and domestic.
In contrast, Republican Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said presidential election fraud is a “myth.” McConnell let anyone watching the recent politically motivated impeachment trial against President Donald Trump know that he believes there was no fraud. The evidence McConnell refuses to look at says otherwise.
With court after court refusing to look at almost all of the evidence presented to them in more than 60 lawsuit filings, Lindell moved forward. He purchased extensive time on One America News network to repeatedly play a docu-movie he commissioned, titled “Absolute Proof.”
One America News (OAN) included the obligatory legal disclaimer at the beginning of each broadcast stating that the film was the production of Mike Lindell, not OAN, and by showing it, they are not endorsing any statements or opinions expressed in the program. But, to their credit, OAN specifically noted that “The results in the 2020 presidential election remain disputed and questioned by millions of Americans who are entitled to hear from all sides in order to determine what may have happened.”
The video was immediately yanked off almost all online media platforms, including Vimeo and YouTube, but can be viewed in its entirety at MichaelJLindell.com.
With the video, Lindell put everything on the line. He interviews expert after expert, beginning with simple voter irregularities, unlawful voting, ballot issues, and other established methods of voter fraud, noting that these items alone, if investigated, would have easily changed the course of the presidential election. But then, Lindell dove into the unholy territory of data manipulation, online vote changes, machine algorithms, and foreign and domestic database manipulation. In short, he went right for the technical heart of voter fraud: machine data manipulation via the Internet, and at the county level.
In example after example, Lindell and others walk through a fraction of the evidence they have accumulated in the nearly two-hour film. With his experts, we see hand-audits which confirmed vote switching from President Trump to Biden. We also see confirmation of vote-weighting – how votes were systemically taken away from Trump and in at least one audited election, a down-ticket candidate, and given to another candidate, or proportionally skewed towards one candidate (for example, every vote for Trump would count as 0.8 votes, every vote for Biden would tally as 1.2 votes).
While most of the video focused on the technological methods and forensic reports which have revealed that voting machines were either programmed to weigh votes or produce large number of votes for manual adjudication (manual review by predominately Democrat vote counters in counting areas where Republicans were denied access), the core of the video detailed computer forensics that logged the changing of votes from external, Internet connections.
The blowback has been intense. Since the release of the film, Lindell has shared that his company, his family, and his employees have been attacked and criticized, repeatedly. Social media fires have been blazing trying to get the outspoken Lindell to simply shut up or face personal and financial ruin.
Prior to the video’s release, various boycott campaigns were waged against Lindell and MyPillow. Despite great sales, new shipments of MyPillow products have been cancelled by Kohl’s, Wayfair, Home Shopping Network, Bed Bath & Beyond, Kroger, and others.
Lindell’s video has been mostly squashed/ignored by mega-media. Additionally, the Fox network abruptly cancelled one of their top-rated hosts, Lou Dobbs, after receiving notice that the network and Dobbs would be sued by Dominion – the providers of many voting systems – for discussing voting irregularities on air. Several others have also been slapped with $1.3+ billion lawsuits.
As for Lindell, in an interview with former Trump campaign architect Steve Bannon, he urged Dominion and others to bring it on! Lindell dared them to sue him. He said he has the proof, and their intimidating lawsuits are just that: meant to intimidate and silence. Lindell pledged he will not back down from the truth.
Lindell now has the video available for free download at his website, where you can also order free copies of the video on DVD, paying just $4.99 for packaging/shipping.
Note: Google which owns YouTube continues to remove any mention of voter fraud from its site. ♦