Home Posts MyPillow CEO Makes Doubtful Prediction About When Trump's Lies Will Be Proven False
MyPillow CEO Makes Doubtful Prediction About When Trump's Lies Will Be Proven False
Donald Trump

MyPillow CEO Makes Doubtful Prediction About When Trump's Lies Will Be Proven False

Mike Lindell and anyone else who believes Donald Trump will be re-elected president of the United States will most likely have a very bad day on August 13.

According to the MyPillow CEO-turned-conspiracy-theorist, Friday the 13th, which naturally falls on a Friday, will be the day that all of Trump's false claims about the election being stolen are proven true.

Lindell made the dubious prediction on Worldview Weekend Broadcast Network on Sunday.

“By the morning of August 13th, it will be the talk of the world,” Lindell predicted, imagining people saying, “‘Hurry up! Let’s get this election pulled down, let’s right the wrong, let’s get these communists out.’”

Lindell refused to speculate on what would happen to those accused of "stealing" an election that had not been stolen.

“Right now, the biggest concern is having this election thrown out,” Lindell said, falsely adding, “Donald Trump won, I mean, it’s pretty simple.”

He also predicted that many senators on the lower ticket would see changes in their vote totals.

Mike Lindell predicts that by August 13, the world will be talking about overturning the election and getting the communists out, and that many down ticket senators will have different election results. pic.twitter.com/clYG1kMTgx — PatriotTakes (@patriottakes) July 5, 2021

Lindell's promise that Trump will return to the White House may be catnip for those who can't believe an unpopular president could lose an election, but it's based on nothing.

According to experts, “just as sharks can't grow legs on command and stroll onto land,” the Supreme Court has no mechanism to overturn a presidential election.

Twitter users had their own thoughts, and many of them were concerned that Lindell's false claims would inspire other people who were deafeningly deafeningly deafeningly deafeningly deafeningly deaf

We already know from polls that a large majority of Republicans believe insane conspiracy theories like this. It's easy to mock the pillow dude, but are we going to admit that tens of millions of Americans are completely disconnected from reality? That's very dangerous. https://t.co/nB8WaaSqhe — Cenk Uygur (@cenkuygur) July 6, 2021

Giving a platform to this lunacy based on lies is risky because many people still believe it. I wonder what he'll say on August 14 - Mike Lindell to Brannon Howse: Trump Reinstated August 13 https://t.co/xZxaaiO1Ln — Jim Moret (@Jimmoret) July 5, 2021

Those who believe Lindell's bogus claims are in for a big surprise, according to some.

— (((DeanObeidallah))) (@DeanObeidallah)) July 6, 2021

One person tweeted that August 13 is National Kool-Aid Day (though a Kool-Aid Days festival appears to be held later in August).

Of course, Nostradumbass is wrong... but the fact that Friday, August 13 is LITERALLY National Kool-Aid Day is *chef's kiss* https://t.co/5OAwvwlIv0 — Simon Thompson (@ShowbizSimon) July 5, 2021

And one conservative pundit, speculating on what would happen if President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris “confessed they actually lost,” warned Lindell to be careful what you wish for.

If Biden and Harris throw in the towel and admit defeat, Mike Lindell's brilliant scheme gets us President Pelosi. https://t.co/tBIs9QY03H pic.twitter.com/DZcZpPhX0U — Erick Erickson (@EWErickson) July 6, 2021

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published, Required fields are marked with *.