Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Nailing Jell-O To The Wall

During an interview on Real America's Voice, Bannon noted that Lindell has pledged that state attorneys general would file an election lawsuit at the Supreme Court by Oct. 23. Lindell has also claimed that the court would vote 9-0 to hear the lawsuit.

Or November 23rd.  Time is mutable?

"What specifically are you asking for and what law are you using and these attorney generals [sic] using to get standing before the Supreme Court?" Bannon wondered. "Because they're always going to say, Lindell, we love you, brother. We love the pillows, we love the toppers, we love the Giza sheets but we've been down this road before with [Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton] and all of these other guys. Nobody has got standing. So tell me how Mike Lindell on the 23rd of November at 9 a.m., how this is anything more than a fantasy?"

Lindell admitted that he is not an attorney but insisted that the plaintiffs in his lawsuit "all do have standing."

"I hope to get a minimum of 20 [attorneys general]. I'd like to get all 50 attorneys generals [sic] because every one of them should be worried," the pillow mogul remarked.

Wait a minute:

"This is absolutely the biggest cover-up for the biggest crime in history," Lindell told right-wing host Steve Bannon on Friday. "I cannot wait to drop this Supreme Court case the Tuesday at 9 a.m. before Thanksgiving and the whole world is going to be watching all this unfold over Thanksgiving."

Lindell predicted that up to 30 state attorneys general would join his lawsuit claiming that the election was stolen from former President Donald Trump.

"I really believe it will be 9-0 that they will at least look at it," he said of the court, "that they're going to take it down." 

So it is November 23rd?  And the Supremes will vote 9-0 to hear this malarkey, when they threw Paxton out on his ear for pulling the same stunt to get original jurisdiction in the court?  Who are the 20 (or is it 30?  Or 50?) AG's gonna sue?  It's gotta be another state, to start in the Supreme Court.  If he hits 50, Lindell loses that.  Does he understand how any of this works?


"But you're not going to get 50," Bannon interrupted. "Let's be realistic."

"You only need one!" Lindell exclaimed. "If I was to give an estimate, I would say around 20. And we're not going to release their names or the names of the states beforehand. It's all going to happen that day." 

So it's a double super-secret?  Do the AG's themselves even know?  Is the right hand talking to the left hand?  Is the brain between them connected to anything? 

This is why God gave us the intertoobs; so we'd know where the crazy were at all times, and what they were saying.  I continue to stand on the record of the 60 cases that were tossed because nothing alleged could be proven even enough to keep a suit in court past challenge.  I seem to recall Lindell promised a suit would provide irrefutable proof then, too.


I so want to believe somebody did this to him (i.e., “hacked his account”).

1 comment:

  1. When I watch Gosar he seems drugged to me. Probably pills. Psychiatry has a lot to answer for.