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Cultist Hero Mike Lindell's Latest Conspiracy Theory Is that 23,000 Dead People Voted in Wisconsin

sensible don

Governor
Supporting Member
I think Mike has been watching too much Walking Dead episodes

Where the hell are you at on this Ron Johnson - how did you let this happen ? Such a huge and lie filled conspiracy you missed out on !

After his first 246 conspiracies failed to get Trump reinstated, Mike Lindell is out with a new one. This time, he has “discovered” that 23,000 dead people in WI voted using the same prison address. It’s amazing Ron Johnson didn’t know about this! pic.twitter.com/rcAARfJAYr


Facts and proof be DAMNED ! The base hates both of those words anyway

Hell Yeah Big Mike ! Now buy more pillows damnit !


Americans may not get some Christmas treats, White House officials warn
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MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, an outspoken supporter of former President Donald Trump, claimed Monday that 23,000 people voted in Wisconsin during the 2020 presidential election using the same prison address.

Lindell, 60, made the statement during an interview on his namesake website, michaeljlindell.com.

"If you can pull up, I'm gonna show you guys in Wisconsin, just an example, how 23,000 people voted using a prison address and used the same phone number," he said. "And a lot of them were people that turned out, as we dove into it, they're not alive anymore, they just used their names obviously, and they don't live in Wisconsin."

Lindell did not state where he uncovered this information, nor did he expand on which prison he was referring to in Wisconsin or how 23,000 people would have been able to use a singular voting address and phone number.

After his first 246 conspiracies failed to get Trump reinstated, Mike Lindell is out with a new one. This time, he has “discovered” that 23,000 dead people in WI voted using the same prison address. It’s amazing Ron Johnson didn’t know about this! pic.twitter.com/rcAARfJAYr

— Ron Filipkowski (@RonFilipkowski) October 11, 2021
Lindell has become well-known in recent months for claiming that the 2020 election was stolen from Trump as a result of widespread, nationwide voter fraud in favor of President Joe Biden. He also helped finance a number of lawsuits filed by the Trump Administration in an effort to overturn the election.
 

JuliefromOhio

President
Supporting Member
Well, we do know there were 3 or 4 trumpies in PA who tried to vote using their dead mom or dead aunt's name. They were caught at the front end and charged. That's how it works. No ballot is counted until the name, registration are cleared for voting.

Most people would take note that the pillow guy is a nutcase.
 

Boltlady

Mayor
I think Mike has been watching too much Walking Dead episodes

Where the hell are you at on this Ron Johnson - how did you let this happen ? Such a huge and lie filled conspiracy you missed out on !

After his first 246 conspiracies failed to get Trump reinstated, Mike Lindell is out with a new one. This time, he has “discovered” that 23,000 dead people in WI voted using the same prison address. It’s amazing Ron Johnson didn’t know about this! pic.twitter.com/rcAARfJAYr


Facts and proof be DAMNED ! The base hates both of those words anyway

Hell Yeah Big Mike ! Now buy more pillows damnit !


Americans may not get some Christmas treats, White House officials warn
Prosecutor: No charges against marshals in Minneapolis shooting of…

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, an outspoken supporter of former President Donald Trump, claimed Monday that 23,000 people voted in Wisconsin during the 2020 presidential election using the same prison address.

Lindell, 60, made the statement during an interview on his namesake website, michaeljlindell.com.

"If you can pull up, I'm gonna show you guys in Wisconsin, just an example, how 23,000 people voted using a prison address and used the same phone number," he said. "And a lot of them were people that turned out, as we dove into it, they're not alive anymore, they just used their names obviously, and they don't live in Wisconsin."

Lindell did not state where he uncovered this information, nor did he expand on which prison he was referring to in Wisconsin or how 23,000 people would have been able to use a singular voting address and phone number.

After his first 246 conspiracies failed to get Trump reinstated, Mike Lindell is out with a new one. This time, he has “discovered” that 23,000 dead people in WI voted using the same prison address. It’s amazing Ron Johnson didn’t know about this! pic.twitter.com/rcAARfJAYr

— Ron Filipkowski (@RonFilipkowski) October 11, 2021
Lindell has become well-known in recent months for claiming that the 2020 election was stolen from Trump as a result of widespread, nationwide voter fraud in favor of President Joe Biden. He also helped finance a number of lawsuits filed by the Trump Administration in an effort to overturn the election.
You and Newsweek say that lindell's statement yesterday is a 'conspiracy theory'. So, how many votes were there with that address and phone numbwer? The actual number is likely somewhere between 1 and 23,000 so what is it? Do you know or are you just assuming it's wrong?

How many of the votes came from dead people? Do you know? Can you say unequivocally that none of them were?

You and Newsweek are assuming that the statements are conspiracy theories but is that a proven fact or is it just assumptions (lies)?
 

middleview

President
Supporting Member
You and Newsweek say that lindell's statement yesterday is a 'conspiracy theory'. So, how many votes were there with that address and phone numbwer? The actual number is likely somewhere between 1 and 23,000 so what is it? Do you know or are you just assuming it's wrong?

How many of the votes came from dead people? Do you know? Can you say unequivocally that none of them were?

You and Newsweek are assuming that the statements are conspiracy theories but is that a proven fact or is it just assumptions (lies)?
With Lindell's history of lying about election fraud, why would you believe him when he tosses out an accusation without any details or without revealing his source?
 

middleview

President
Supporting Member
The same can be said about you and anybody else who labels everything conspiracy theories without anything other than assumptions.
When Lindell claims his "experts" have somehow siphoned off internet traffic from election systems without telling us how they could possibly have done it...that constitutes a conspiracy theory....since the technology or process to do so doesn't exist without having access to either the sending or receiving system....and he doesn't.

When Powell says the US Army raided a Dominion computer facility in Germany and confiscated computers it is obvious that it is false. Germany would not allow US Army troops to act as law enforcement in their country. The DoD also stated it never happened.
Dominion told us that they don't have any facilities in Europe...

What assumption do you think I've made to discredit her?

Look...if someone had facts from a verifiable source, it would be worth discussion. Lindell has yet to do that....Want to talk about Chinese thermostats now?
 

Bugsy McGurk

President
I think Mike has been watching too much Walking Dead episodes

Where the hell are you at on this Ron Johnson - how did you let this happen ? Such a huge and lie filled conspiracy you missed out on !

After his first 246 conspiracies failed to get Trump reinstated, Mike Lindell is out with a new one. This time, he has “discovered” that 23,000 dead people in WI voted using the same prison address. It’s amazing Ron Johnson didn’t know about this! pic.twitter.com/rcAARfJAYr


Facts and proof be DAMNED ! The base hates both of those words anyway

Hell Yeah Big Mike ! Now buy more pillows damnit !


Americans may not get some Christmas treats, White House officials warn
Prosecutor: No charges against marshals in Minneapolis shooting of…

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, an outspoken supporter of former President Donald Trump, claimed Monday that 23,000 people voted in Wisconsin during the 2020 presidential election using the same prison address.

Lindell, 60, made the statement during an interview on his namesake website, michaeljlindell.com.

"If you can pull up, I'm gonna show you guys in Wisconsin, just an example, how 23,000 people voted using a prison address and used the same phone number," he said. "And a lot of them were people that turned out, as we dove into it, they're not alive anymore, they just used their names obviously, and they don't live in Wisconsin."

Lindell did not state where he uncovered this information, nor did he expand on which prison he was referring to in Wisconsin or how 23,000 people would have been able to use a singular voting address and phone number.

After his first 246 conspiracies failed to get Trump reinstated, Mike Lindell is out with a new one. This time, he has “discovered” that 23,000 dead people in WI voted using the same prison address. It’s amazing Ron Johnson didn’t know about this! pic.twitter.com/rcAARfJAYr

— Ron Filipkowski (@RonFilipkowski) October 11, 2021
Lindell has become well-known in recent months for claiming that the 2020 election was stolen from Trump as a result of widespread, nationwide voter fraud in favor of President Joe Biden. He also helped finance a number of lawsuits filed by the Trump Administration in an effort to overturn the election.
Lindell is now looking for election lies that won’t get him sued for defamation as occurred with their election lies about Dominion. Imaginary dead people can’t sue him.

;-)
 

Joe in Tulsa

Council Member
I think Mike has been watching too much Walking Dead episodes

Where the hell are you at on this Ron Johnson - how did you let this happen ? Such a huge and lie filled conspiracy you missed out on !

After his first 246 conspiracies failed to get Trump reinstated, Mike Lindell is out with a new one. This time, he has “discovered” that 23,000 dead people in WI voted using the same prison address. It’s amazing Ron Johnson didn’t know about this! pic.twitter.com/rcAARfJAYr


Facts and proof be DAMNED ! The base hates both of those words anyway

Hell Yeah Big Mike ! Now buy more pillows damnit !


Americans may not get some Christmas treats, White House officials warn
Prosecutor: No charges against marshals in Minneapolis shooting of…

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, an outspoken supporter of former President Donald Trump, claimed Monday that 23,000 people voted in Wisconsin during the 2020 presidential election using the same prison address.

Lindell, 60, made the statement during an interview on his namesake website, michaeljlindell.com.

"If you can pull up, I'm gonna show you guys in Wisconsin, just an example, how 23,000 people voted using a prison address and used the same phone number," he said. "And a lot of them were people that turned out, as we dove into it, they're not alive anymore, they just used their names obviously, and they don't live in Wisconsin."

Lindell did not state where he uncovered this information, nor did he expand on which prison he was referring to in Wisconsin or how 23,000 people would have been able to use a singular voting address and phone number.

After his first 246 conspiracies failed to get Trump reinstated, Mike Lindell is out with a new one. This time, he has “discovered” that 23,000 dead people in WI voted using the same prison address. It’s amazing Ron Johnson didn’t know about this! pic.twitter.com/rcAARfJAYr

— Ron Filipkowski (@RonFilipkowski) October 11, 2021
Lindell has become well-known in recent months for claiming that the 2020 election was stolen from Trump as a result of widespread, nationwide voter fraud in favor of President Joe Biden. He also helped finance a number of lawsuits filed by the Trump Administration in an effort to overturn the election.
A good , thorough, impartial forensic audit might help clear this up, one way or another, don't you think?
 

EatTheRich

President
A good , thorough, impartial forensic audit might help clear this up, one way or another, don't you think?
The pretense that there is a controversy is the same denial of reality we see with people of your (conservative) persuasion with regard to anthropogenic global warming, the tobacco-lung cancer connection, the asbestos-cancer link, evolution via natural selection, a literal Noah’s Ark, or whether the Holocaust happened.
 

middleview

President
Supporting Member
A good , thorough, impartial forensic audit might help clear this up, one way or another, don't you think?
Why are you ignoring the audits that have already happened? In fact I linked to one where two independent firms did audits and followed the steps as specified by the EAC...both firms were also certified to do elections by the EAC. The audit reports matched. Since they were done in separate facilities and were not in communication...how can it get better than that?

Both affirmed Biden won.

The AZ audit was a mess. It was done by people who had never done an election audit....did not conform to EAC guidelines and was run by a guy who had already announced that the election was stolen. Another in PA was done by another Trump supporter and has yet to produce a result. One in Michigan is being done by a republican judge who had the balls to hire a Trump attorney to do the audit.
 

bdtex

Administrator
Staff member
I think Mike has been watching too much Walking Dead episodes

Where the hell are you at on this Ron Johnson - how did you let this happen ? Such a huge and lie filled conspiracy you missed out on !

After his first 246 conspiracies failed to get Trump reinstated, Mike Lindell is out with a new one. This time, he has “discovered” that 23,000 dead people in WI voted using the same prison address. It’s amazing Ron Johnson didn’t know about this! pic.twitter.com/rcAARfJAYr


Facts and proof be DAMNED ! The base hates both of those words anyway

Hell Yeah Big Mike ! Now buy more pillows damnit !


Americans may not get some Christmas treats, White House officials warn
Prosecutor: No charges against marshals in Minneapolis shooting of…

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, an outspoken supporter of former President Donald Trump, claimed Monday that 23,000 people voted in Wisconsin during the 2020 presidential election using the same prison address.

Lindell, 60, made the statement during an interview on his namesake website, michaeljlindell.com.

"If you can pull up, I'm gonna show you guys in Wisconsin, just an example, how 23,000 people voted using a prison address and used the same phone number," he said. "And a lot of them were people that turned out, as we dove into it, they're not alive anymore, they just used their names obviously, and they don't live in Wisconsin."

Lindell did not state where he uncovered this information, nor did he expand on which prison he was referring to in Wisconsin or how 23,000 people would have been able to use a singular voting address and phone number.

After his first 246 conspiracies failed to get Trump reinstated, Mike Lindell is out with a new one. This time, he has “discovered” that 23,000 dead people in WI voted using the same prison address. It’s amazing Ron Johnson didn’t know about this! pic.twitter.com/rcAARfJAYr

— Ron Filipkowski (@RonFilipkowski) October 11, 2021
Lindell has become well-known in recent months for claiming that the 2020 election was stolen from Trump as a result of widespread, nationwide voter fraud in favor of President Joe Biden. He also helped finance a number of lawsuits filed by the Trump Administration in an effort to overturn the election.
I wonder if he is married or has adult children? Someone needs to intervene.
 

EatTheRich

President
The pretense that there is a controversy is the same denial of reality we see with people of your (conservative) persuasion with regard to anthropogenic global warming, the tobacco-lung cancer connection, the asbestos-cancer link, evolution via natural selection, a literal Noah’s Ark, or whether the Holocaust happened.
Oh, and of course Covid being dangerous and it being a good idea to listen to medical experts instead of Donald Trump and Joe Rogan about treating it.
 
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