Mike Lindell fails to bring election fraud case before Supreme Court

Mike Lindell has taken heavy criticism for his vocal claims of fraud in the 2020 election, allegations the media have dismissed as “the big lie.”

Now, the MyPillow CEO has a lawsuit asking the Supreme Court to decertify the 2020 election all ready to go, but he says the Republican party isn’t interested, the Washington Examiner reports. 

The Trump ally had promised to file the suit before Thanksgiving, but he claims that the Republican establishment spiked the effort.

Lindell slams RNC

His lawsuit, which he shared online, states blankly, “the November 2020 election was stolen,” and asks the Supreme Court to decertify the election results in Arizona, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Michigan.

Lindell accuses officials in the state of violating the Electors Clause of the Constitution by usurping the authority of state legislatures to set election law, a move that he said allowed “millions” of “illegal” mail-in ballots to be counted.

Most Republicans now recognize Biden as the legitimate winner of the 2020 election, although the majority of Republican voters disagree.

Lindell accused Republican National Committee (RNC) chairwoman Ronna McDaniel — who just recently acknowledged Biden as the winner of the contest — of undermining his efforts by pressuring attorneys general to back away from his lawsuit.

“We believe that they have reached out to multiple [attorneys general] and put pressure on them, not to sign the Supreme Court complaint,” he said.

Doubts linger

Any notion of the election being voided at this stage seems outlandish at best, and Lindell’s claims that President Trump will be reinstated seem even more far out. Still, nobody on the left has yet bothered to address the charge that election laws were improperly changed before Biden’s miraculous win.

Many on the left have quoted Trump’s cybersecurity chief as calling the 2020 race the “most secure” in American history — a ridiculous claim that Lindell called a “bald-faced assertion” with no evidence. Just weeks later, he noted, the U.S. government was targeted in a devastating cyberattack.

Notwithstanding ballot issues, many say that the mainstream media may have decisively put its thumb on the scale by censoring a major scandal about Hunter Biden days before Election Day.

Despite the best efforts of the media to gaslight the country, many Americans remain concerned with election integrity, especially as Democrats work to make no-excuse mail-in voting a permanent feature of elections.

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