MyPillow Man pauses the nationwide anthem on dwell TV to say God desires Trump four extra years
Mike Lindell, a MyPillow guy, spoke on the national anthem during a pro-Trump march in DC on Saturday, saying the Supreme Court decision on Friday was part of God’s bigger plan to give Donald Trump four more years in the White House give.
“This is an anomaly,” said Lindell of SCOTUS ‘decision. “We’ll look back and say that all of this had to happen as God intended.”
In the middle of the interview, Trump’s helicopter could be seen flying over the DC crowd, driving the MyPillow founder even further into cult madness.
“There’s our president for four more years,” said Lindell as he looked up at Marine One, which was flying overhead. “There it is, right there.”
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– Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) December 12, 2020
My final message is that everyone keep the faith as we are in the greatest revival in history. And this is an anomaly, and if we get through we will look back and say that all of this had to happen as God intended. And everything will be fine. I just want everyone in the country to believe that God has His hand in all of this and it will all be a blessing when it is all over. And there is our president. … There is our President for four more years. There it is, right there. God bless America. We are one nation under God.
The MAGA world is in rejection
A group of Donald Trump supporters gathered in Washington DC on Saturday to show the world how far they are from reality.
While denial is part of the grieving process, it doesn’t look like the MAGA crowd, including people like Mike Lindell, will ever get into the acceptance phase.
The good news is that on January 20, 2021 – when Joe Biden puts his hand on the Bible and officially becomes president – it will be impossible for the MAGA cult to claim that Donald Trump is God’s chosen one.
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Sean Colarossi currently resides in Cleveland, Ohio. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and was an organizing fellow for both of President Obama’s presidential campaigns. He also worked with Planned Parenthood as the Outreach Organizer of the Affordable Care Act in 2014, helping Northeast Ohio residents get health insurance.