Mike Lindell: Biden might immediately resign when I reveal voter fraud evidence on August 13

Speaking to Steve Bannon on his Real America’s Voice show, MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell speculated that President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris could resign next month when he reveals his elusive ‘evidence’ of mass voter fraud in the 2020 election.

According to Lindell, he came this conclusion after speaking to Democrats at a recent event in New Hampshire who regretted voting for Biden — Democrats he says he convinced that the election was stolen.

“You know, I talk to Democrats and to liberals too and they see the bad things that are going on,” Lindell said. “There were a lot of people there that had regrets that they wish that they had known more before they voted.”

“There’s three of them that voted [for Biden] that feel terrible about it,” he continued. “I said you know what? I said you didn’t know about this but you thought you were voting for something. I said you didn’t get to vote. I said China did our vote.”

Lindell declared that he plans to reveal the voter fraud evidence at his “cyber symposium” event scheduled for August 10-12.

[Democrats] are seeing now firsthand what government can do and how bad socialism and communism can be,” he said. “When we get through this and the Supreme Court pulls down this election — like I’ve been telling everybody — when they do this, it’s going to be a great uniting and that gives me hope.”

“Once we have this symposium, how are the pathways of Donald Trump coming back?” Lindell continued. “The first one would be, once we have the symposium, by the night of the 12th or the morning of the 13th, if everyone has seen it, including the administration that’s in there now that didn’t win, maybe, you know, Biden and Harris would say, hey, we’re here to protect the country and resign.”

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