Also, Frankspeech.com still isn’t working as envisioned … unless you’re talking about how I envisioned it, which was as a weird paella of loony Lindell clips and Diamond & Silk columns that prove exactly nothing other than how amateurish this whole enterprise has been.
Monday’s event, held in a venue that seats roughly 3,200, drew just 1,500 ardent fans.
It was a truly underwhelming “crowd.”
Never mind any of that, because I’ve buried the lede—bigly. While no new evidence about election fraud surfaced, attendees were treated to a rap by Saturday Night Live alum and Lindell friend Joe Piscopo.
It went just as you might imagine.
And … scene.
Of course, that doesn’t make me question the legitimate results of our free and fair election, but it does make me wonder why God would destroy Sodom and Gomorrah after a few dudes rubbed one out to other dudes, and yet He won’t do shit about a washed-up comedian coming up with his own Soul Man outtakes.
All Piscopo rap jokes aside, Lindell still thinks the “evidence” he’s compiled will compel the Supreme Court to vote 9-0 to “pull down” this election.
Lindell’s 15 minutes have long been up, but maybe someone can do a recount and give him another five or 10. What he does with his extra time is his business. But I can tell you right now, it won’t fucking matter.
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