Donald Trump’s My Pillow guy has gone completely off the rails

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My Pillow guy Mike Lindell is someone who must be investigated. While most have abandoned the election steal train since the January 6th insurrection, Lindell remains committed to conspiracy theories and strange assertions. According to Raw Story, Trump’s lawyers listened to his conspiracy theories and then dismissed him. The story noted:

“During the meeting, Lindell says that he informed President Trump — who after inspiring a deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol last week still hasn’t accepted that his Democratic opponent beat him in the 2020 presidential election — that materials alleging China and other nations’ involvement in a supposed anti-Trump election-hacking operation were ‘all over the internet,’ but were being suppressed by Big Tech.”

Lindell was seen entering the White House over the weekend, and some saw his notes that he had not hidden. The photo showed words like “martial law” and other bizarre claims and assertions. Lindell apparently is also offering discounts to those who enter the code “Qanon” at checkout.

Lindell appears to be hell bent on continuing to promulgate seditious conduct and still working to subvert the election that took place on November 3. The new administration must investigate Lindell to determine what he is up to and what he has done and who he has worked with to try to subvert our democracy.

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