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Mike Lindell says he’s spent $30 million so far trying to prove voter fraud that never existed

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MyPillow CEO and pro-Trump conspiracy theorist Mike Lindell says he has spent $30 million so far on his legal efforts to prove that the 2020 election was stolen by mass voter fraud, The Guardian reports.

The report states that Lindell used the money to “retain about 70 lawyers, cyber consultants, private investigators and other staffers” in his so-far fruitless effort to find evidence of the alleged stolen election, where he claims Donald Trump is the rightful president of the United States — not Joe Biden.

“Last month Lindell pumped about $500,000 into an Arizona lawsuit filed by two Trump- and Lindell-backed state candidates for secretary of state and governor, Mark Finchem and Kari Lake, respectively, to obtain a preliminary injunction against voting machines that Lindell has repeatedly charged are defective,” The Guardian’s Peter Stone writes. “Lindell said that he plans to underwrite similar anti-voting machine lawsuits in the next few months in many other states including Colorado, South Dakota, Texas, Wisconsin, Michigan and Alabama. ‘I’d like to file the lawsuits in all 50 states,’ he said. ‘I didn’t come all this way not to succeed. We’ve got to get rid of them all.'”

Lindell says he’s recruited ex-Fox News reporter Lara Logan to do a documentary about voting machine fraud and the voting machine companies that he claims propagated the voter fraud.

According to him, the documentary will be “huge.”

Read the full report over at The Guardian

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