MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell's Election 'Documentary' Flops: YouTube Removed It And Fact Checkers Are Laughing - 2021-02-05

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F0.png MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell's Election 'Documentary' Flops: YouTube Removed It And Fact Checkers Are Laughing February 5, 2021, Sarah Rumpf, Mediaite

Earlier this week, MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell breathlessly predicted that if his election fraud "documentary," Absolute Proof, failed to persuade Americans of his baseless claims of election fraud, we would soon be headed for the apocalypse. It's a good thing it seems that Lindell is not psychic, because so far his "documentary" is a flop: YouTube removed it, fact-checkers are having a field day mocking the "documentary's" lack of proof, conservative media network One America News Network (OAN) aired the "documentary" but slapped a harshly worded disclaimer on it first, and the lawyers for the voting technology companies he accuses of conspiring to commit election fraud are watching the whole thing unfold.

On Thursday, Lindell told a right-wing YouTube channel that his "documentary" was a "miracle" that would reunite America as "one nation under God" again, but if it didn't catch on with people, then the "end times" would be near.

Dominion Voting Systems has already sued Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell for defamation for public comments they made while acting as former President Donald Trump's attorneys attempting to overthrow President Joe Biden's victory in the 2020 election, and has sent preservation of evidence letters to Lindell, OAN, Fox News, Trump, and several other media figures and conservative activists who accused them of committing election fraud.

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