Lindell Says Dems ‘Went for the Complete Steal’ in Midterm Elections

The MyPillow founder called it the “Biden Bump” phenomenon.

  • MyPillow founder Mike Lindell decried the midterm election results, saying Democrats employed the same tactics used in 2020, calling it the “Biden Bump” phenomenon.
  • “We will never stop until the machines are melted down and turned into prison bars!” commented MyPillow CEO Lindell.
  • The MyPillow CEO drew attention to strange irregularities in several races and blamed the Republican Party’s defeats on easily manipulated computerized voting devices.
  • “They went for the complete steal!” Lindell remarked on Truth Social, referring to a Midterm results graph showing suspicious activity in the Minnesota governor’s race between Tim Walz (D) and Scott Jensen (R).
  • There were a number of reports regarding glitches and malfunctions in voting machines, in addition to ballot issues nationwide.
  • Elissa Slotkin (D) and Tom Barrett (R) were neck and neck in the Michigan House election until a post-midnight surge in votes in favor of the Democrat candidate showed up.
  • Lindell early that evening also saw an odd pattern in the Georgia Senate election in which incumbent Democrat Raphael Warnock unexpectedly built up a sizable lead against Republican opponent Herschel Walker.
  • “They are currently stealing Herschel Walker’s race with the machines!” Lindell declared.
  • Lindell has reported extensively on the statistical anomalies of the 2020 election, saying the contest was “rigged and stolen,” as American Faith previously reported.
  • The FrankSpeech creator launched a Summit on election fraud earlier this year that was backed by former President Donald Trump, called Moment of Truth.
  • Some of the highlights of the summit included “State of the States” addresses, in which speakers from all fifty states would “share their courageous fight to fix 2020,” as well as the premier of a documentary called “Selection Code.”
  • Selection Code “follows the story of Tina Peters the County Clerk in Mesa Colorado, who made a backup of her county’s Dominion Voting System server, only to stumble across evidence of manipulation in a recent local city council election.”