Jimmy Kimmel’s MyPillow Guy Mike Lindell locks himself in prison for life

“Mike Lindell is having a 2022 so far,” Jimmy Kimmel said during a monologue on Thursday night, noting that MyPillow CEO recently his phone records have been subpoenaed by the investigative committee on January 6. And now he’s trying to “sell his weirdest claim.”

During an appearance on a right-most streaming show this week, Lindell declare that he has “enough evidence to send everyone to life in prison, 300 and a few million people”, for their role in “stealing” the 2020 election.

“There are only 330 million people in the country!” Kimmel returned fire. “You know, he kept saying he had this proof. He’s like James Cameron to Avatar next part. “Only 12 years from now, I promise, it will come!”

To find out exactly what the MyPillow guy was doing, Kimmel went “straight to the origin”. No, not the real Lindell, who actually appeared as a guest on his show last year, but rather comedian James Adomian, who burst in from behind bars, complete with a teardrop tattoo on his cheek — not because he killed someone, but because he was “sad about our stolen election.”

“As I said above [Dr.] Gina show, I have enough evidence to lock up every man, woman, and child in America for the rest of their natural lives, myself included! ” he exclaimed. And since “we’re all incarcerated together forever anyway, I bribed the manager to let me into supermax, to get a good spot!”

After selling a few pillows for a smoking carton, Lindell says that even though he’s been “dos-free” for 13 years, “a week here and I’m hooked again,” scooped up a few pieces into your mouth and rinse them with some “sanitizing alcohol.”

Finally, when the whistle of the prison riot sounded, he tied some of his pillows as armor. “They’re so lumpy and hard that they can’t be cut with a razor!” he told Kimmel. “I missed the last riot because I was at the White House on January 6, I won’t miss the chance to stab a cop with a screwdriver again!” Jimmy Kimmel’s MyPillow Guy Mike Lindell locks himself in prison for life

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