My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell has made a three-hour documentary explaining his unfounded conspiracy theories about the 2020 presidential election.
Lindell says the movie will show “100 percent” that China and other nations turned the vote in favor of President Biden – even though Donald Trump officials found no evidence of such a thing.
“Everyone has to share it with everyone you know, because anyone who sees it, even if it’s nine Supreme Court justices, will each say,” Wow, this is an attack on our country, “Lindell said in a chaotic interview with The Revival Channel.
Lindell said he edited the film in the last two weeks, and that over a dozen people over the last four days had been working on “three hours of sleep” to complete it. He said he was due out on Friday.
The controversial executive director – whom his bedding company has been removed from Twitter this week – said he spoke to the right-wing One America News Network about broadcasting it “in the loop,” adding that he would allow it.
One America News Network did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Lindell was kicked from Twitter and threatened a lawsuit by Dominion Voting Systems over the bogus electoral fraud he has pushed since Trump’s November loss to Biden.
His baseless theories contradict the findings of the federal authorities. Then-Secretary of Homeland Security Chad Wolf said on election day there was no evidence that any “foreign actor” changed the ranks, while Trump-appointed attorney general William Barr said officials found no evidence of widespread fraud election.
Lindell reportedly visited the White House before the end of Trump’s term last month. He said he wanted to show his new film to the ex-president who is due to stand trial in the Senate on impeachment next week.
“I will try to get to the president and show him this, and now he will know that everything he said – when he comes into these hearings, he will apologize to him,” Lindell said.
The documentary is not Lindell’s first film. He helped produce the 2019 anti-abortion drama “Unplanned” and was the main subject of a 2016 documentary titled “The Story of Mike Lindell: The American Dream,” according to Business Insider.