MyPillow’s CEO Predicts Prison Time For People Involved In Georgia Vote

Mike Lindell, the beloved CEO of My Pillow seen on Fox News TV commercials, said recently that those involved with election fraud in Georgia will go to prison. The successful businessman and vocal supporter of President Donald Trump offered the prediction during a Saturday night interview in Georgia.

“How do you not put people in prison?” he said. “They will be going to prison.”

Lindell was speaking on the night of President Donald Trump’s Georgia rally in support of the two Republican Senate candidates up against Democrat challengers in the January 5 runoff election.

The CEO even hit out at Republican Governor of Georgia, Brian Kemp, who has so far refused to accept that his state needs a full audit of the 2020 presidential election ballots…despite video evidence suggesting election workers counted illegal ballots after instructing ballot observers to leave.

“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 in reference to the state legislature’s power to appoint presidential electors in the light of the overwhelming evidence of fraud.

“It doesn’t matter who they give it to, don’t give it to Biden and find out all your corruption,” he added.

Lindell gave his remarks to Right Side Broadcasting Network, an online-only news network that has quickly seen a substantial rise in viewership as conservatives flock to alternative networks away from Fox News.

“If you pull down Georgia, Pennsylvania, and crooked Nevada, now nobody has 270 [electoral] votes and on December 14th, it goes to the vote, and Donald Trump wins the election,” Lindell added, referencing ongoing lawsuits in battleground states alleging widespread election fraud and misconduct.

In Pennsylvania, the Trump legal team argues that hundreds of thousands of mail-in ballots were counted without ballot observers present, meaning the signatures can never be verified and the election results are compromised as a result. In Nevada, data analysts have discovered evidence of tens of thousands of people voting twice or breaking other election rules, and in Georgia, video footage backs up claims of fraud in sworn affidavits.

Footage revealed last week shows how election workers pulled suitcases of ballots from underneath a table and continued counting even after sending the media and ballot observers home, after telling them counting would not continue until the next day.

Is Lindell right…could people end up in prison over this?