MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has a new idea that he believes will catapult Republicans to victory, but it will more than likely depress the Republican turnout if people listen to him. Lindell claims that Republicans can "overrun the algorithms" by voting ONLY on voting day, and he’s advising people to avoid early voting – an essential tool for Republican success. Lindell knows nothing of electoral politics, and the fact that he thinks he does is dangerous to the GOP, as Farron Cousins explains.
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MyPillow CEO Mike Linde, is out with a brand new plan that he told to Steve Bannon this past week, because apparently Steve Bannon is again, the only person in the country that will actually put Mike Linde on the air. And if Republicans do decide to follow Mike Lindell’s, brilliant new plan, they can pretty much kiss the midterms goodbye. So here it is, MyPillow ceo, Mike Glen Dell, who for the record, not a political scientist, not even a political strategist, not even a political advisor telling Republicans how to win the 2022 midterms. Here it is. Well, the number one thing that everyone should do is vote day of. We can overrun the algorithms. Everybody has to get out and vote. Everybody, you know, and same day, don’t vote two days early, don’t vote one day early, vote same day. It’s a lot harder for them when they don’t have days to pull names from the voter rolls with these machines and computers that are done the same day and know if we all get out and vote and overrun the algorithms and even the ones we don’t. We are watching this time, we are watching everything all right. That, that was painful to even read because none of it, of course makes any sense. But I do, I do gotta I gotta read this last, uh, uh, sentence one more time because it especially doesn’t make sense and know if we all get out and vote and overrun the algorithms and even the ones we don’t, we are watching.
What, what, what does that mean? First of all, what does overrun the algorithms mean? I know you tried to say that if we, if we don’t vote early, the machines don’t have time to change it and go through the voting roles and, but if we do it the same day, the machines are gonna be like, Oh, oh no, I need more time. But you’re watching anyway just in ca like, what, what exactly are you watching? Right? Have you, are you saying you’ve, you’ve hacked into the machines, you’re, you’re watching to see if any votes flip? Other than that, what you’re just watching people go in and vote. None of this makes any sense because Mike Linde doesn’t make any sense and it leads me to believe that the man might be back on the pipe again. It’s just my opinion. But that would at least explain these insane thoughts that this man has on a daily basis.
He really thinks, he really thinks that you can outsmart a computer algorithm. First of all, he’s talking about algorithms that don’t even exist. Okay, let’s make that abundantly clear. This man has spent almost two years of his life, the last two years of his life trying to show us these algorithms that are gonna do these things. No, you haven’t though. You’ve proved nothing other than the fact that our voting system’s a hell of a lot safer than we actually thought it was. That is of course, until Republican operatives get their little hands on the machines and start screwing around, which you’re
Currently being investigated for helping. So you know, that’s the threat to the voting machines. But let’s assume for a second that Lin’s not insane. So we’re gonna pretend for a moment that this man’s a totally normal, rational human being who’s also correct. We’re pretending, remember he’s not correct, but we’ll pretend he is. You’re telling me that a computer algorithm is not quick enough to change somebody’s vote if they vote the day of the election. These algorithms you claim are so slow that they need a couple days. You know what, we working off Windows 95 here, This is the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard, but not quite as dumb actually as his statement that don’t early vote. Oh, Republicans, please take that advice. I love that advice because it’s the dumbest advice you could ever give to anyone in this country. Candidates of both parties, by the way, love to take advantage of early voting.
They encourage people get out there and vote early, vote by mail. Republicans will even tell us, even though they claim to hate vote by mail, especially down here in Florida, Republicans always tell their people vote by mail because of course there’s people that cannot get out of their homes. They do not have vehicles.