EDITORS NOTE: When originally published, we reported that Mike Lindell had filed his lawsuit. After further investigation, we were incorrect. We have updated this story to reflect the proper information. We sincerely regret this error.
Mike Lindell promised that an election integrity lawsuit would be filed in the Supreme Court by Thanksgiving. In ‘Help Save Our Country, Please Share Everywhere,’ Lindell announced a Livestream event with “96 hours of thanks, hope, and information” to go along with the filing. “[We’re] taking apart the biggest crime in history,” Lindell said. As of this writing, no lawsuit has been filed.
The Livestream will center on “Unpacking the Historic U.S. Supreme Court Complaint on the 2020 Election,” according to a promotional flyer posted to Lindell’s Telegram room. The ‘Thanks-A-Thon’ runs on FrankSpeech.com from midnight on Wednesday until midnight on Sunday, Central time.
UDC has reported extensively on Lindell and his lawsuits regarding election integrity. First, voting machine company Dominion sued him for public statements about its involvement in election fraud. Then Lindell sued Dominion, saying the lawsuits were intimidation meant to abridge free speech. Now he’s involved in this new effort to get election integrity complaints from the States filed in the Supreme Court.
A video at Fix2020First explains how we got here:
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