SALEM, NC – On April 9th, MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell was among those who made appearances at the Salem rally. During Lindell’s speech, he proclaimed that in the coming week there will be “preliminary injunctions” filed against eight states to have to voting machines removed from the elections process.
Lindell briefly detailed some of the struggles he endured back in 2012 with his company MyPillow, during a period where the company was experiencing financial turmoil.
He explained that by powering through the adversity during that period, he learned “there was corruption, there was mistakes made,” and likened that lived experience to revelations found in the wake of the 2020 election.
“So, I’m telling you with the 2020 election…God had his hand in all of this, and if they would’ve overturned it right away – with all the corruption that came out and the fraud and the machines and everything else. What they did, if they would have flipped it back right away to our great President Donald Trump, we would have never learned about all the corruption…we wouldn’t learn about the cyber and the machines to be gone. And we wouldn’t have learned about politics in general, it woke us all up.”
Lindell also brought up how Big Tech has been moving to cancel anyone and everyone on various platforms that share dissenting views and positions, calling out platforms like YouTube, Facebook and Vimeo.
The MyPillow CEO claimed that people such as Mark Zuckerberg – who Lindell jokingly calls “Zuckerbuck” – who helped in swaying the 2020 election will “be going to prison.”
“But I want to tell you…why these rallies are so important. On January 7, last year…they tried to cancel our boys forever. That was the day, not just when they took our great president’s Twitter away, 1.2 million people mostly in the United States were…canceled. Their platforms on Vimeo and YouTube – crooked YouTube and Google and Zuckerbuck’s Facebook – and all these platforms, right? Well, we know that Zuckerbuck, we learned what he did to to steal our election, right? They’ll all be going to prison. They’re all gonna be going to prison. Trust me.”
One of the more interesting things brought up by Lindell were his claims that court filings are in the works to have the likes of voting machines removed from the equation in upcoming elections.
The MyPillow CEO claimed that these filings will be directed toward eight states in the coming week, revealing one of the states in question as Arizona.
“Right now, there’s great things going on that you don’t hear about. We’re doing, starting next week…we’re doing preliminary injunctions…starting with eight states, starting with the state of Arizona, and the preliminary junctions are to get machines out of our elections once and for all.”
Lindell didn’t provide any additional insight on the slated endeavor, nor is it clear what specific arguments Lindell intends to wield in these forthcoming injunctions.