President Trump Sits Down for Interview with Mike Lindell

President Trump was recently interviewed by CEO of MyPillow, Mike Lindell; it was entertaining, to say the least.

Trump and Lindell spent the majority of the time talking about alleged election fraud that occurred during the 2020 presidential race.

At one point, Lindell suggested Dominion Voting Machines should be melted by heat and used as prison bars! Trump then responded by saying Lindell’s idea was very good.

Trump also took a jab at Mike Pence and stated it was sad Pence gave away all of those votes. Trump continued and said there were more votes than there were voters.

Election fraud wasn’t the only topic the two spoke about. Trump also called out the corporate media and stated there is no longer any freedom of the press.

Trump warned if this trend continues, then the U.S. will turn into a communist state in no time.

Lindell is currently facing a $1.3 billion lawsuit from Dominion Voting Systems for alleged defamation.

The CEO of My Pillow is also planning to do a Thanksgiving special where he will have a three day streaming marathon on his platform,

Trump Releases New Statement

In Trump’s latest press release, he praised Wisconsin State Representative Tim Ramthun for putting together a resolution to decertify the 2020 presidential election results.

Trump’s statement went on to share details about Rep. Rathum’s resolution, which declares 44,272 voters cast ballots without proper identification.

Rathum’s resolution also reported thousands of emails stemming from a Mark Zuckerberg funding group appeared to manipulate voting results.

That’s not all, though. Rathum’s breaking report also revealed there were voting irregularities, such as large amounts of people using one address location to vote. One record even showed 400 people casted their vote from a single home.

Exploitation of Elderly Voters Occurred in Wisconsin

A Racine County Sherriff has publicly stated election officials violated Wisconsin law, regarding casting votes in nursing homes.

According to Wisconsin law, only a election deputy is able to collect absentee ballots from nursing homes. Yet, the WEC voted to eliminate the election deputy from doing his job this year, due to COVID-19.

So essentially, there wasn’t much accountability and transparency when it came to collecting nursing home votes.

Racine County Sheriff Christopher Schmaling is also pressing for the five mebers on the WEC to be criminally charge for refusing to send poll workers to nursing homes and instead just sending absentee ballots.

Many residents in the nursing homes were severely upset they could no longer vote at a polling station, but instead had to vote by an absentee ballot.

The WEC clearly made a decision that violated Wisconsin’s statutes and for that, the WEC members should be held accountable.

Watch Trump’s full interview with Mike Lindell here: