MyPillow Founder Mike Lindell spotted at White House holding ‘odd’ notes

MyPillow Founder Mike Lindell spotted at White House holding ‘odd’ notes

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Photographs were snapped of MyPillow Founder Mike Lindell at the White House entering the West Wing on Saturday holding papers containing ‘odd’ notes which mentioned martial law.

Trump recently recanted violence that happened when protestors stormed the Capitol in Washington, DC, on January 6. Unable to post on social media he behind the scenes without coverage has been in talks with the MyPillow founder according to reports from The Guardian and Fox News.

In the next five days, tensions will rise drastically for the upcoming inauguration when Candidate Joe Biden is sworn in as the 46th President of the United States.

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Lindell made claims that the President will have another four years on a Facebook post, reading: “Keep the faith everyone! We will have our president Donald Trump 4 more years!”

Hours later according to Washington Post Photographer, Jabin Botsford, Lindell was seen with notes in his hand from photographs taken, that read: “Insurrection Act now as a result of the assault on the” and “martial law if necessary” along with other notes referring American Attorney Sidney Powell.

“@MyPillowUSA CEO Michael Lindell shows off his notes before going into the West Wing at the White House on Friday, Jan 15, 2021, in Washington, DC,” wrote Jabin.


Lindell reportedly refused to answer questions from press reporters within the White House pool.

White House CNN Chief Correspondent, Jim Acosta, mentioned to The Guardian that he spoke with Lindell confirming he met briefly with Trump.

Source: CC/ The Washington Post (Gettyimages)

In a tweet, Acosta said Lindell was told to hand his notes to White House aides from Trump.

“My Pillow guy Mike Lindell confirms he met with Trump for 5 min, says he offered what he described as evidence of election fraud.”

“Lindell says Trump told him to hand material to WH aides. Lindell claimed the words “martial law” do not appear in the documents despite photos.”

Image: SUPPLIED/CC// The Washington Post (Gettyimages)

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