Recently, we reported that disgraced ex-president Donald Trump has been going around telling his people that he expects to be “reinstated” to the White House by August of this year — apparently, once all these baseless, senseless election audits have come to completion, I suppose he believes they will somehow suddenly turn out in his favor and they’ll just kick President Biden out the back door while Donald makes an entrance through the front.
Now, his very own daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, has already given daddy-in-law-dearest some pretty tough news when she openly admitted on Fox & Friends that, to the best of her knowledge, there are no such reinstatement plans in existence.
Frankly, we all know good and well that he’s full of more crap than a Christmas turkey if he really and truly believes that he will somehow not actually be reelected in a fair and timely election, but actually somehow overthrow the Biden presidency and take back the White House. Honestly, it’s the level of crazy we’ve come to expect from the guy who ran this country into the ground for four long years.
But nevertheless, I can’t help but wonder where he ever got such a hair-brained idea in the first place. It reeks of MyPillow nonsense if I’m being honest. And, as it turns out, that’s exactly what it is.
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The Daily Beast released a new report revealing the alleged origin of the reinstatement conspiracy theory and it stinks of Mike Lindell because, according to the report, that’s exactly where it hails from.
Lindell apparently spoke with the Beast and was happy to personally admit that he’s been the one filling the ex-president’s head with these ridiculous notions of returning to the presidency through means that are nowhere to be found in the US Constitution, though the publication is unclear on where Lindell got these notions to begin with.
“If Trump is saying August,” Lindell told the publication, “that is probably because he heard me say it publicly.”
Two sources close to Trump recently told the Beast that the ex-president has been repeatedly asking his closest confidants about the possibility of an August return to the White House, claiming that “highly respected” have been saying that the feat is possible.
Both sources told the publication that they decided against telling Donald Trump that reinstatement isn’t actually possible, and based on this new report, it seems that the MyPillow CEO is actually a lot more hopeful than he is actually sure that it can or will happen.
“The month of August, for this, is subjective,” Lindell would go on to say. “It is my hope that Donald Trump is reinstated, after all the proof comes out, by the end of August, but I don’t know if it’ll be that month, specifically. I started saying August…about four weeks ago. That was my estimation. I spoke about it with my lawyers who said that they should have something ready for us to bring before the U.S. Supreme Court by July. So, in my mind, I hope that means that we could have Donald Trump back in the White House by August. That’s how I landed on August, and I’m hopeful that that is correct.”
Honestly, these people are in dire need of one big looney bin.
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