Mike Lindell: Absolute Proof

Lindell’s movie should have spent 75% of time on credibility and 25% on claims, but it was more like 5% credibility and 95% claims. The weak claims were bunched together with the strong ones. If someone with an open mind wanted to check one of the claims, the first ‘fact check’ would show the claim being false, which is why credibility was so important. If the point of the movie was to make people mad, it succeeded, but if the point was to change minds, it’s a failure.

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