MyPillow CEO and Trump-ally Mike Lindell says he doesn’t “believe” that Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis could actually flip Miami-Dade County, a county which has leaned left for decades, to vote Republican in the 2022 midterms.
“What we’re doing now is I am going after Dade County in the 2022 election. And everyone says, now why would you go after Dade County? Was that, do you know why?” Lindell said.
“Well, this is where Ron DeSantis won Dade County. That’s a Republican won Dade County,” he continued. “For me, I look at deviations, everybody. That’s a deviation.”
“I don’t believe it,” Lindell said, adding that he believes Republicans are capable of election fraud “just like we always tell you about Democrats where they stole their elections.”
He added, “I’m going to find out in Dade County what happened there.”
Lindell has repeatedly spread claims of voter fraud in both the 2020 election and the 2022 midterms. The crime, he suggests, has been committed primarily through ballot tabulators and mail-in ballots.
His comments come after Donald Trump officially announced his 2024 presidential campaign, and DeSantis is expected to be his primary challenger.
While DeSantis has not yet confirmed if he’ll run for president, some recent polls show him leading ahead of Trump in a hypothetical matchup.
ARTICLE: PAUL MURDOCH
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