Mike Lindell finally reveals his Supreme Court complaint, critics have notes

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell On Tuesday, he released a copy of his long-promised Supreme Court complaint to overturn the 2020 presidential election, but it was not actually filed and plaintiffs said:[insert your state].. “

After the pillow mogul turned into a conspiracy theorist, he filed a complaint of election fraud directly with the US Supreme Court and vowed that it would somehow be resurrected. Donald Trump As president.

He predicted that this fantastic reinstatement would take place in August, September, and by the end of the year.

“This will be heard in the Supreme Court before Thanksgiving,” he says. Promise in September.. “That is my promise to the people of this country.”

Tuesday night he Publish a copy It looks like some important elements are missing and I couldn’t get the state Attorney General to sign it, but it’s about a complaint on his website.

“We are in an undeveloped territory as a nation. The November 2020 elections were stolen,” and allegations of illegal voting in Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin, Arizona, and Pennsylvania began. A series of false accusations have begun.

Early this monthLindel claimed that he had a “ton” of the Attorney General of the state to sign the complaint, though he refused to name it. He said everyone would sign the complaint together on November 23, before 9 am filed in court.

However, after 9 am on Tuesday, no proceedings were filed and Lindel offered a new batch of conspiracy theories to explain his broken promise.

No one had signed because of a pressure campaign organized by Republican National Committee chairman Ronna McDaniel, he said. Claim on Monday night live stream..Tuesday morning he Condemned coronavirus vaccine obligations, He declared that he had met “many AGs”, but they were too busy “fighting these obligations that children have to vaccinate”.

Legal experts and critics provided confusing commentary on this document.

This article was originally published HuffPost Was updated.

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