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Mike Lindell continues to spread lies about the 2020 election. He recently claimed that 23,000 deceased people voted in Wisconsin using a jail address.


MyPillow CEO Michael Lindell laughs during a press conference in Des Moines on February 3, 2020. Jim Watson / AFP via Getty Images

  • MyPillow CEO and Trump loyalist Mike Lindell is back with another lie about the 2020 election.

  • Lindell falsely claims that 23,000 deceased people voted using the same address in Wisconsin.

  • The businessman made the statements during an interview on his personal website.

Almost a year after former President Donald Trump lost the 2020 election to President Joe Biden, MyPillow CEO and staunch Trump loyalist Mike Lindell still espouses a series of bizarre – and false – claims regarding election results.

This time, the right-wing businessman trumpeted a conspiracy theory that tens of thousands of people voted using a fake Wisconsin address and phone number to help Biden win the state. battleground Trump took on in 2016.

Without offering any evidence, Lindell, in an interview on her own website,, suggested that 23,000 people voted using the same state jail address and claimed that “many of they “weren’t even alive.

“If you can stop, I’ll show you the guys from Wisconsin, just an example, how 23,000 people voted using a jail address and used the same phone number,” he said. “And a lot of them were people who turned out, as we delved into it, they’re not alive anymore, they just used their names obviously, and they don’t live in Wisconsin. “

Lindell, 60, did not provide further details on the alleged prison which was the site of widespread fraud or how 23,000 people might even register using the same phone number.

The lie is just the latest in Lindell’s attempts to convince Americans that widespread voter fraud led to a “stolen” election. The CEO has previously blamed “rigged” voting machines and Chinese meddling for Trump’s loss.

He also helped fund several unsuccessful lawsuits aimed at overturning election results and now faces his own lawsuit, with Dominion Voting Systems suing him along with Trump attorneys Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell for libel for their lies about the polling machines. the company.

Official audits and election experts concluded that there was no widespread fraud in the 2020 election. Trump’s own attorney general, William Barr, even confirmed the legitimacy of the results in the weeks that followed. the vote.

The Department of Homeland Security said the 2020 election was “the safest in American history.”

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