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MyPillow CEO Lindell doubles down on Alabama voting machine concerns

Last month, MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell visited Secretary of State John Merrill to raise his concerns about the integrity of Alabama’s election system.

Previously, Lindell had maintained 100,000 votes in Alabama were “flipped.” Merrill later publicly disputed Lindell’s claims and insisted the scenario presented by Lindell was not possible.

This week, Lindell was back in Alabama and met with Secretary of State John Merrill about those concerns.

Following that meeting, Lindell spoke to Mobile radio FM Talk 106.5’s “The Jeff Poor Show” and insisted that Alabama was still susceptible to fraud despite employing election practices that he gave high marks.

“[T]he problem is you’ve got about five different ways when machines are involved that you get intrusions, you can flip — the machines don’t even have to be online,” he said. “You can set a source code ahead of time and that’s what’s hard for people to wrap their head around. Now when [Merrill] went on that tour and said the machines weren’t online, he could be correct. I asked today — I said, ‘Could we go audit a couple of machines and a couple of routers? They said no, it is against the law in Alabama. You can’t do it. You’ve got to have a judge’s order, and they said maybe you should go out and get a subpoena for that. But we’re going to kind of take a different route. Courts can tie things up forever.”

“We’re in a race against time here,” Lindell continued. “We’re losing our country. Terrible things are happening every day. Everybody kind of walked out of that meeting and said, ‘Let’s come back with this stuff and then we’ll go out there and give a full report on what’s happening here in Alabama, and the same thing we’re doing in many, many other states.”

@Jeff_Poor is a graduate of Auburn University and the University of South Alabama, the editor of Breitbart TV, a columnist for Mobile’s Lagniappe Weekly, and host of Mobile’s “The Jeff Poor Show” from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. on FM Talk 106.5.