Mike Lindell has accused Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold of murder live on air

Despite being sued for $1.3 billion for his delusions about the 2020 election, MyPillow creator Mike Lindell continues to propagate his conspiracy beliefs.

Lindell startled his own employee with his newest accusation while speaking on a “Lindell TV” webcast.

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Lindell promised, “she will end up in prison, prison, and more prison.”

“Jena Griswold is a criminal beyond all criminals,” accused the man who helped Donald Trump try to overturn the 2020 election. “One of the evilest people this country has ever seen.”

Then Lindell accused Griswold of murder.

Image of Jena Griswold via Youtube screengrab…

“But I got news for you Jena, it’s already too late, you already committed a murder and we caught you,” Lindell alleged.

Lindell’s own host was shocked by his accusation.

“A murder?!” he asked. “A murder? A murder?”

Lindell then tried to play it off as an analogy.

Holy shit! Mike Lindell just accused CO Sect. of State Jena Griswold of committing a murder! Then when the show host freaks out, he says he was just “making an analogy,” but still says she is going to prison. pic.twitter.com/3LLmVDFMQj

— Ron Filipkowski 🇺🇦 (@RonFilipkowski) March 17, 2022

Lindell recently made headlines when he stormed the Georgia Capitol calling for Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to be imprisoned after a failed mission to the “Freedom Convoy” in Canada.

“During a Friday episode of right-wing political strategist Steve Bannon’s War Room podcast, Lindell appeared live from Atlanta as he and volunteers delivered some 40 boxes of affidavits alleging massive fraud in the last presidential election,” Newsweek reports. “The pro-Trump businessman also said he believed Georgia’s Republican leaders could be meeting with Raffensperger as he and his supporters arrived at the Capitol. … The podcast segment continued as Lindell and his supporters entered the Capitol to deliver the boxes through the building’s metal detectors.”

Image of Bill Raffensperger via KSPT TV 5 screengrab…

“The whole United States is watching,” Lindell said, adding that Raffensperger was likely meeting with other Republicans “to figure out how to keep covering up the biggest crime in history.”

“He’s probably on the phone with China right now,” Lindell said of Raffensperger. “You know, in Georgia here, Brad Raffensperger is probably, you know me, meltdown the machines and put him behind bars. … He needs to be put in prison, it needs to be ended — put in prison.”

Image of Brad Raffensberger via Youtube

“There’s over 40,000—it’s almost 50,000 of these affidavits and things that we have here that we’re going to get into this Capitol,” Lindell told Bannon. As he and his followers arrived at the Capitol, the pro-Trump businessman speculated that Georgia’s Republican leaders might be meeting with Raffensperger.

In a statement, a Raffensperger spokeswoman slammed Lindell.

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“Mike Lindell’s nonsensical parade only harms public confidence in elections. This isn’t just a problem in Georgia but nationwide. He knows he’s lying—but he’s fallen so deep into the grift that he may actually believe his own lies,” the spokesperson said. “Flooding our offices with bizarre chain letters will not change the outcome of 2020—but it will change the outcome for Republicans by staying home in 2022 due to these off-base antics.”

In Georgia, Biden narrowly defeated Trump by slightly over 12,000 votes. This was the first time a Democratic candidate had won the state since 1996 when Republican candidates had won every election. Biden’s victory over Trump was found to be authentic by multiple audits and assessments.

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