MyPillow CEO and outspoken conservative Mike Lindell reportedly claimed in a recent interview with Steve Bannon that at least three more states will do election audits in the near future, and probably more, after Lindell provides specific information about computer intrusions and other vote irregularities.
According to a transcript, Lindell said he has talked to at least three states that said they will do audits if he provides promised information to them, but said he would not say which states they were.
“What’s happening is all these states that didn’t think they were affected, we’re showing them the actual extrapolated data from all those terabytes that I’ve had that I’ve been telling everyone for four or five months,” Lindell said.
His group will be putting up information at Frank Speech on 167,000 computer intrusions that he said have been validated, including IP addresses, he said.
In response, Bannon reportedly alleged that if full forensic audits were done in all 50 states, not only would it show that former President Donald Trump actually won the 2020 election, but also that enough additional Republicans actually won House seats that went to Democrats that Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) would not be speaker right now.
“The key is you’ve got to get these [attorneys general] coming out of there. You still got a hurdle, and the hurdle is you got to get some AGs to sign on, so that you can actually get standing to get to the courts,” Bannon said, according to the transcript.
Lindell then said more states were willing to do audits if they could see the specific data on computer intrusions.
He thought it would end up that 15 to 20 states would do audits and most would find that Trump actually won the state, or won it by a lot more than originally thought.
Besides the computer intrusions, Lindell reportedly claimed that local officials were using “ghost voters” that had been taken off the rolls in 2010 to boost Democrat vote totals.
The CEO has been banned from Twitter, had his business page banned, been subjected to lawsuits, and been restricted on other social media sites for saying things those sites consider misinformation, and has even had his MyPillow products targeted for boycotts, reports note.
Still, he has not backed down at great personal cost. No matter what happens with vote audits, however, there is no constitutional way for Trump to get back into office now that the votes have been certified by Congress — no matter how much many may wish they could get President Biden out of D.C.