Mike Lindell wants Elon Musk to use his ‘big presence’ to investigate MyPillow CEO’s baseless voter fraud allegations

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MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell is looking to sit down with Elon Musk for a ’15-minute presentation’ on the former’s baseless voter fraud allegations.Jim Watson/AFP via Getty Images

  • Mike Lindell called on Elon Musk to have a one-on-one talk with him.

  • Lindell says the session would involve him showing Musk evidence of baseless voter fraud allegations.

  • Lindell cited Musk’s emphasis on “free speech” and his “big presence” as reasons for the call.

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell is looking for another top ally, and it looks like he thinks he’s found it in Tesla and SpaceX billionaire Elon Musk.

Lindell extended a public invitation to Musk in a video posted to his Facebook page on Tuesday captioned, “I challenge Elon Musk to sit down and review the BOMBSHELL PROOF.”

“Elon Musk, if you’re watching — I want to reach out to Elon Musk, and not for any reason other than his big presence right now,” Lindell said.

Lindell added that Musk is “all over the news” and “driving the left crazy” trying to “woo conservatives.”

“Well, my thing is, I’d love to sit down with Elon myself, one-on-one, and show him, in a little 15-minute presentation. I have to say, here’s where we’re at. are. That’s what they did,” Lindell said. “You flew to the moon or wherever, in outer space. Well, here’s the cyber thing, Elon.”

Lindell also asked for Musk’s help in his campaign against voting machines. “Don’t even think about free speech. If we don’t take down these machines, we lose everything,” he said.

Lindell has spent more than a year since the 2020 election promoting baseless claims that the election was stolen from former President Donald Trump. More recently, he launched another effort to end the use of voting machines in elections nationwide by funding legal action to do so in all 50 states, starting with Arizona.

The MyPillow CEO also claimed he had spent tens of millions to advance the former president’s election fraud allegations.

Meanwhile, Musk said last week that he would be prepared to overturn Twitter’s ban on Trump, should the former’s deal to buy the platform go through. The billionaire, who has often been described as a libertarian, also said this week that he would vote Republican in the next election despite having “mostly” voted Democrat in the past.

Representatives for Musk did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.

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