Attendance At Mike Lindell’s CPAC Speech Was Apparently So Dismal Early Birds Were Funneled Into The “Sacred VIP Section” To Help Fill Seats

Oh, good grief.

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Unhinged MyPillow CEO and staunchly devout Trump sycophant Mike Lindell is out here desperately trying to make CPAC Dallas a thing — but it seems that the people just aren’t playing along.

Lindell made his big appearance at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Dallas, TX, this afternoon, where he uncorked a series of his greatest hits — including all of his most manic rants against voting machines, Democrats, the 2020 election, and the raging January 6th House Select Committee’s investigation into the Capitol attack and the role played by multiple key Republicans, former President Trump included, in inciting the deadly violence.

So, long story short, just another Friday afternoon for the pillow guy.

What was notable, though, was the apparent lack of enthusiasm from much of anyone to actually listen to and hear what the mentally unstable pillow salesman had to say about a damn thing.

Popular freelance journalist Laura Jedeed, who writes for multiple publications such as Rolling Stone and New York Magazine, was apparently present at the Dallas CPAC today to do the Lord’s work and cover the conspiracy theory-laden event.

According to Jedeed, they were having some serious trouble filling the seats for Mike Lindell.

Taking to Twitter, Laura wrote, “BREAKING: myself and about 40 other early birds were just permitted to enter the sacred VIP section to fill seats for Lindell’s speech.”

A quick search on Twitter was all it took to find confirmation of the pathetically dismal crowd for the pillow salesman:

This, of course, is far from the first time that Mike Lindell has struggled to rope in a crowd. But honestly, it doesn’t ever get less funny.

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