Mike Lindell: My Evidence of Election Interference May Force Biden, Harris to Resign
Lindell said his explosive latest findings could trigger process
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell predicts Joe Biden could resign next month when he discloses the latest purported evidence of alleged election tampering.
Lindell claimed Donald Trump would be reinstated if both Biden and Kamala Harris resign.
But despite Lindell's claims, there is no constitutional basis for the Supreme Court to overturn a certified election.
Speaking to Stephen K. Bannon on his War Room podcast, Lindell said the hypothetical dual resignations would be “pathways” for Trump to reenter the White House.
Mr. Lindell said his latest findings on the election “cyber symposium," which is set to be held in South Dakota on Aug. 10, 11, and 12, could trigger the process.
“Once we have the symposium, by the night of the 12th or the morning of the 13th, if everyone has seen it, including the administration that’s in there now that didn’t win, maybe, you know, Biden and Harris would say, ‘Hey, we’re here to protect the country and resign!’” Lindell said.
“I’m serious!” Mr. Lindell added.
But according to the constitution, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi would be next in line for President if Biden and Harris resign.
Last month, Lindell claimed Trump would be back in the White House in six months.
Lindell, in an interview with Rolling Stone, said that you could take the “former” off “former President Donald Trump.”
“Six months from now, Trump will be our real president, and our country will be heading toward its greatest rebirth in history,” he told the magazine, which was published in June.
Lindell said he would be obtaining overwhelming proof of widespread voter fraud, orchestrated by the Chinese Communist Party; evidence he said is “Absolute 9-0.”
In April, Lindell predicted Trump would be back in the White House by August, which was much earlier than his most recent prediction.
Bear in mind August is just days away.
Earlier this year, Lindell announced he was planning to file his own countersuits against Dominion Voting Systems just a month after they sued him for $1.3 billion for voter fraud allegations.