“Is Trump President Again?” ‘: Project Lincoln webpage mocks’ Reinstatement Day’ plot

The anti-Trump conservative group The Lincoln Project has launched yet another scathing attack on the former president’s most loyal supporters.

This time, the Political Action Committee is targeting those who believe in the conspiracy theory that Donald Trump will return to power on the morning of August 13.

Specifically, they are targeting MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, one of the most prominent supporters of the crazy idea that Mr. Trump will somehow be brought back to the White House on Friday.

In a Twitter post, the group said, “Mike Lindell said Donald Trump would return to power on the morning of August 13. “

A video clip of Mr. Lindell ranting during an interview with Christian broadcaster Brannon Howse and making false statements about the 2020 election. He specifically mentions August 13th.

The video then says, “The wait is over,” before asking people to visit isTrumpPresident.us “to find out if he was right.”

It was not and the site says a simple: “No”.

Twitter users were quick to mock Mr. Lindell in response to the post. One of them wrote: “Yeah … it’s all over the TV right now … Trump just got reinstated !! .. Oh my God !! … Mikey had been right since the start !”

“When are these people going to be institutionalized? another asked. “Enough already.”

The bizarre conspiracy theory suggesting that Mr. Trump will be “reinstated” as president in August has even raised concern from the Department of Homeland Security, according to reports.

In addition to Mr. Lindell, the idea was also pioneered by attorney Sidney Powell. Both are currently facing legal proceedings over far-fetched allegations regarding the 2020 election, including that Mr. Trump was defrauded of his re-election by a plot involving voting machine operators and communist leaders in Venezuela.

Mr Trump himself apparently believes he will be reinstated in August, according to New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman. It’s unclear why, although Mr Lindell is said to have suggested that the former president might have accepted the idea because he had heard others – including him – say so publicly.

The theory has been widely dismissed as the latest in a series of substanceless predictions of the type advanced by QAnon.

Believers in QAnon, the savage plot that Mr. Trump was undermined by a cabal of satanist pedophiles during his tenure, would have viewed the January 6 capture of the Capitol as the coming of a “storm” that would see him restored to his own. functions January 20. .

When that did not happen, the plot expanded further to claim that he would return to the White House on March 4. This did not happen either.

At the time of publication, the new Lincoln Project website says a simple: “No,” and Joe Biden is still president, having won the 2020 election by a wide margin, both in the popular vote and in college. electoral.

Mr Trump is said to be on his golf course in Bedminster, New Jersey.

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