MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell said people involved with the Georgia election will go to jail, citing alleged voter fraud.
“How do you not put people in prison?” Lindell said in an interview on Saturday night in Georgia where President Trump’s rally was being held. “They will be going to prison.”
“We have to get this governor. … Brian Kemp has to give an order to have a Congress meeting, whatever they do, their legislators, and pull Georgia down and don’t give it to Biden,” Lindell said. “It doesn’t matter who they give it to; don’t give it to Biden and find out all your corruption,” he added in the interview, which was met with backlash from some.
“If you pull down Georgia, Pennsylvania, and crooked Nevada, now nobody has 270 [electoral] votes, and on Dec. 14 it goes to the [Electoral College] vote, and Donald Trump wins the election!” Lindell said.
Trump held a rally in Valdosta, near the Georgia-Florida border, in support of Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue ahead of their runoff elections, which will determine the political party that holds the power of the Senate for the next two years.
“Let them steal Georgia again, you’ll never be able to look yourself in the mirror,” Trump told rallygoers.
The president remained steadfast that he won the presidential election and that alleged rampant fraud catapulted Biden to victory.
“They cheated and rigged our presidential election, but we’ll still win,” he added.
Author : Emma Colton
Source : Washington Examiner : MyPillow’s Mike Lindell: People ‘will be going to prison’ over Georgia vote