Mike Lindell would “drop everything” to get Musk “evidence” of voter fraud

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MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell is pictured checking his cell phone before a Trump rally September 17, 2022 in Youngstown, Ohio. Lindell said on Tuesday that he would “drop everything” to restore his Twitter account by convincing Elon Musk of massive fraud in the 2020 presidential election.
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MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell says he would “drop everything” to provide Twitter owner Elon Musk with voter fraud evidence that would convince him to restore Lindell’s suspended account.

Lindell said he was willing to meet with Musk “any time of the day or night” during an appearance on ex-Donald Trump adviser Steve Bannon war room Podcast on Tuesday. The pillow magnate’s account was suspended in January 2021 for making repeated unsubstantiated claims about a “stolen” 2020 presidential election, in violation of the platform’s policies against misinformation at the time.

When asked by Bannon if Twitter had ever asked for “information about the machines,” which he claims “flipped” votes from Republican to Democratic candidates in 2020 and this year’s Midterms, Lindell said he had no such information would “welcome” the request, but haven’t done so nor heard from Twitter. Bannon then suggested a live Twitter session “mano a mano” between Musk and Lindell.

“Would you immediately commit to open live tweeting with Elon Musk?” Bannon asked. “He could play 20 questions, he could rip your face off. You present your evidence and he takes you mano a mano [with] Your evidence of what you think the 2020 election election fraud related to machines and things is, sir?”

“Absolutely,” Lindell replied. “I would fly to him, do whatever it takes. I would personally deliver it on a silver platter and say, ‘Here, take a look. You are a very smart man. Check this out and do what you want to do with my Twitter account. But of course I want you to say, hey, this guy got banned and he’s now banned for no reason.'”

“And I would do that any day, any time,” he continued. “At any time of the day or night. And I’m going to drop whatever I have to do, Steve, because I believe it’s very important to our country … Now, when you have a free speech platform without this culture of abandonment, you can’t just say that someone who talked about machines, can’t be there.”

While he may be willing to meet with the Twitter owner at short notice, Lindell said news week via text message that he had “never spoken to Elon Musk before.”

Since Musk took over the reins of the platform, he has restored a number of high-profile accounts that were previously suspended, most notably Trump’s. Lindell is one of a few who remain on ban.

conservative including Former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany called Lindell and Other like ex-Trump adviser Roger Stone to have their accounts restored.

Lindell briefly emerged on Twitter this year with a new account, only to be banned again within hours for dodging his previous suspension.

“I did this in May because there were fake Mike Lindell accounts all over Twitter and they didn’t remove them when we asked them either[sic]’ Lindell said in a text on Tuesday.

“I knew you attacked journalists[s] would make it a big story and you did it!” he added. “They took down all the fake ones, including the ones I set up for the announcement.”

When told that a significant number of fake Mike Lindell accounts remained active on the platform, Lindell said he would “reach out to Twitter to shut down the fake mics if they didn’t leave the real one there.”

news week has reached out to Twitter for comment.

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Rick Schindler

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