During his “cyber symposium” where he claims he’ll reveal irrefutable proof that the 2020 election was stolen from Donald Trump, MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell lashed out at a fellow panelist host who suggested that they take a break.
When the panelist said they had an upcoming break, Lindell fired back, “No!”
“We’re not going on a break,” Lindell declared. “Put up that movie again, run the movie. There’s no breaks! We’re streaming 72 hours live streaming, so around the world — this never stops!”
Lindell then turned to the audience, whose applause seemed a little uneasy.
“You guy can go eat, that’s fine, but I ain’t eating. I’m staying up here for 72 hours before they ruin our signal,” Lindell said, blaming hackers who he claimed earlier in the day were attacking his “technology.”
"I'm staying up here for 72 hours," Mike Lindell says at his cyber symposium.
"This never stops!" pic.twitter.com/nKpq2ubE5x
— David Edwards (@DavidEdwards) August 10, 2021
When Lindell’s admonishment of his co-panelist was shared around Twitter, he later tried to claim to the audience that he didn’t say what he clearly said.
And now Mike Lindell is literally saying he didn't say what we have video of him saying:
"Do you remember me saying that? Does anybody remember me saying that now?!" pic.twitter.com/BlyMn14B5h
— Justin Baragona (@justinbaragona) August 10, 2021