(TheLibertyRevolution.com)- In late October, MyPillow CEO Lindell appeared on Steve Bannon’s podcast where he announced that he would be holding a 3-day telethon Thanksgiving week which would cap off with him filing with the Supreme Court his lawsuit to overturn the 2020 election.
At the time, Lindell told Bannon his lawsuit would be filed on Tuesday, November 24, and “the whole world” would watch it unfold over the Thanksgiving holiday.
Well, Americans won’t be discussing Lindell’s big lawsuit over their Thanksgiving dinner because Lindell didn’t deliver it to the Supreme Court on Tuesday as promised. Though, he did post an incomplete copy of the lawsuit in question online. The online version lacks some pretty important details, however – namely, the specific plaintiff or plaintiffs in the suit. Instead, the blank left for Plaintiff reads “State of [Insert Your State].”
Lindell’s excuse for not making his Tuesday deadline as planned is that RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel is silencing him. He accused the RNC and McDaniel of orchestrating a “last-minute pressure campaign” that prevented him from moving the case forward and “saving the country.”
In a livestream recorded Monday from his plane, Lindell alleged that the RNC contacted attorneys general to pressure them into not signing onto his lawsuit. Lindell said Ronna McDaniel just three days earlier said that Biden won the election and claimed that the timing wasn’t a coincidence. She did it on purpose to undermine his Tuesday plans, Lindell explained.
He also claimed that some Republican attorneys general asked for more time to decide to sign on to his lawsuit. Then Lindell said that if none of them will sign onto it, he has a backup plan in place to pressure them to do so.
On Tuesday, Lindell appeared on Steve Bannon’s podcast where he blamed COVID for his not filing the lawsuit. He said that the attorneys general he met with said they had more important things to deal with like fighting against Biden’s vaccine mandates. He also expressed surprise that some attorneys general gave him no reason for why they refused to sign on to his suit, leading him to conclude that they must not want to save the country.