MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has actually expressed hope that President Donald Trump will advise the military to help him hold onto power before President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration.
Trump lastly acknowledged Biden’s win after a mob of advocates stormed the U.S. Capitol on January 6, after investing two months alleging that widespread voter scams caused his defeat. Polls show that a bulk of Republicans thought his baseless claims, with some staging protests in various parts of the nation demanding a 2nd Trump term.
When RSBN job interviewer Brian Glenn suggested that “people are hoping this military presence is an action” to supposed extensive voter scams, Lindell reacted: “That’s where my hope lies.”
” You understand there resembles three individuals and every other individual’s a military man,” Lindell stated of the increased military presence following the Capitol riot. “We have actually all had our prayers going, ‘Gee perhaps somethings gon na be done that this president is willing to state hi we have actually been assaulted by another nation cause we have. Our nation’s been under attack for a very long time.'”
” God’s got his hands in all this and all this stuff will be exposed,” he included.
Lindell, one of Trump’s many faithful and singing public protectors, faced reaction on social media today after an image of him heading into a conference with Trump revealed him bring notes that check out, “martial law if necessary.”
Throughout his interview with RSBN, Lindell discussed his quick conference with Trump. “I wanted to get it to the president. This is it. This reveals that Joe Biden lost: 79 million for Donald Trump and 68 million for Joe Biden,” he said.
He also dealt with the backlash over his notes, saying that the words “martial law” and “insurrection act” became part of a list of legal alternatives that he presented to Trump.
” Here’s all his alternatives he could do,” Lindell said. “Basically it set out all the choices. Among the things the president actually liked on there was Google, Facebook, Twitter. He has the authority to order them to [give] everyone’s back their Facebook and their Twitters.”
Given that the November election, Lindell has actually consistently insisted that Trump will remain president despite Biden securing over 270 Electoral College votes. “I desire the word to go out that Donald Trump will be our president for the next 4 years,” he told Fox News in December.
Lindell has actually also repeatedly implicated the network of conspiring to overthrow the president. “We can not quit ever on this,” he informed a pro-Trump crowd at a “Stop the Steal” rally in December. “This is a spiritual warfare in our nation and on the planet.”
Newsweek connected to the Mike Lindell’s agents for additional remark.
This story has been upgraded to include further remarks by Lindell to RSBN.