“Royal Flush” Of Voting Fraud Heading To Supreme Court

(PresidentialInsider.com)- During an interview with former adviser to President Donald Trump, Steve Bannon, CEO of MyPillow Mike Lindell insisted that he would take a “Royal Flush” of evidence that election fraud occurred in November 2020 to the Supreme Court.

Lindell said that he has evidence that fraud occurred in every single state and that the case will be sent to the Supreme Court by July.

That’s not far away.

Lindell told Bannon that he first received evidence of fraud on January 9, and that as he got more and more intelligence, it became clear that he had to do something. Lindell said that he had “cyber packets” which are forensic packets that can’t be changed and are “100% evidence” of each attack on America’s voting systems by China.

Lindell said that he hired the best “white hat hackers” from different parts of the government, who he said validated the evidence and allowed him to take a “royal flush” to the Supreme Court.

He said that he has five different cyber teams working on audits of the vote right now and that they will start with some of the states that aren’t swing states. He insisted in the interview that the attack happened in every state and he is getting various attorney generals on board to support his claims.

This is explosive.

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He added that lawyers are writing up the case right now.

This isn’t the first time that Lindell has promised to take the issue of election fraud and misconduct to the Supreme Court. The popular businessman has been saying since the beginning of the year that the Supreme Court will need to see a lawsuit that contains overwhelming evidence of fraud.

During an interview on The Eric Metaxas Radio Show in March, he said that if the Supreme Court would be compelled to take the case, but that if they don’t, it could be because they are compromised. Nonetheless, he has been promising since the beginning of the year to take the evidence of fraud to the Supreme Court, while battling a $1.3 billion defamation lawsuit from Dominion Voting Systems, making him one of the staunchest defenders of the former president and election integrity.

We’ll report back as soon as the court case goes public.