Lyin' Mike Lindell Pulls The Football Away From His Fans Again

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell says he will not travel to the U.S. Supreme Court to reveal evidence about voting machines as he had promised.

In recent days, Lindell teased his stunt, promising to personally visit the high court on Thursday.

“This is big, everybody,” Lindell told Steve Bannon on Saturday. “This is what we’ve been waiting for.”

The pillow executive claimed to have “explosive” new evidence in the election case of Republican Kari Lake — currently campaigning to represent Arizona in the U.S. Senate — that would prove voting machines were being used to rig elections.

But on Tuesday, Lindell said he no longer planned to hold an event at the court.

“The Supreme Court case, the lawyers will be turning it in later on on Thursday,” Lindell said of his purported evidence. “We were going to do it right on-site at the Supreme Court, but they said, no, Mike, it’s too risky.”

“It’s going to be too dangerous,” he added. “The evidence we’re going to put in this case has never been seen before. And the only reason we’re able to do it is because they kicked this case out on standing. Had they not done that, we wouldn’t be able to add this new evidence.”

“And it is so explosive.”

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