Mike Lindell Disgraced Yet Again After Rally Opens To Only 10 People


Things don’t appear to be going great for MyPillow founder and CEO Mike Lindell. On Saturday, he held a rally-style event in New Richmond, Wisconsin, that was set to feature speakers like the conservative commentators Diamond and Silk, and journalist Zachary Petrizzo reported that as of shortly after the event opened up to the public only about ten people were there. Petrizzo subsequently reported that Lindell had claimed that around 30 thousand people would show up — but another individual on the scene observed that merely two thousand chairs had been set up, undercutting Lindell’s dubious rally attendance claim right then and there.

Check out some of the coverage of the event below:

At another point, Petrizzo reported that Lindell “attempted to time a flyover with planes at the end of the national anthem – but we have been waiting a few minutes and it’s a bit awkward.” Over thirty minutes later, Petrizzo reported that the flyover still had not taken place — and the journalist shared a video clip of Lindell on stage, “looking around, trying to find the jets in the air,” as Petrizzo put it. Eventually, the crowd of attendees at the event did grow — but there was no sign of the 30 thousand people who Lindell said would show up. Notably, Trump himself often pushed inaccurate representations of crowd sizes at his events, so vast over-estimations of crowd sizes seem like a theme with these wackos.

Lindell has promoted the claim that Trump will be reinstated as president by August of this year, although obviously there’s no real-world evidence for that. Trump, though, has apparently picked up the idea, meaning that a former United States president is apparently harboring a fantasy of the overthrow of the current government of the country. Lindell is facing a $1.3 billion defamation lawsuit from Dominion Voting Systems, which was a subject of some of the election-rigging conspiracies that Trump and his allies have perpetrated, but Lindell has not stopped promoting nonsense.