Mike Lindell, Diamond & Silk, Dinesh D’Souza’s daughter, and my home state of Wisconsin? TAKE MY MONEY! NOW!
move over, Lollapalooza pic.twitter.com/YCp9P0fxEj
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) May 25, 2021
Wait, is there a cover charge for this?
No, there isn’t! You can see Charlie Kirk and Sheriff David Clarke regale their audience and the other members of the Algonquin picnic table for fockin’ free. Free, dude! FREE!
Would be a shame if a bunch of people signed up for tickets and didn’t show up, wouldn’t it? Don’t do that … unless you want to inconvenience these gormless wannabe election thieves to the precise degree that they deserve to be inconvenienced. Also, the last Frankspeech rally, at the Corn Palace in Mitchell, South Dakota, was sparsely attended and redolent of Joe Piscopo. Not sure Mike Lindell could survive yet another humiliation like that. Anyway, he’ll have plenty of time to lick his wounds after his prediction that Trump will be back in the White House by August fails to pan out. (I mean, I can’t say with metaphysical certitude that Lindell is wrong about this; just call it a hunch.)
By the way, Frankspeech.com still doesn’t function as intended. I can’t find any actual social media features anywhere on the site, and every time I click on Lindell TV it’s just loonies saying loony shit with an ebullient loon-essence I haven’t seen outside of a ShamWow infomercial. There’s also a “news” section littered with Diamond & Silk and Epoch Times columns, in case that’s the sort of thing that tickles your taint.
So is this epic lineup good enough to warrant a mid-June road trip back to Wisconsin? Meh. Maybe not.
No Piscopo means no Pennyfarthing. Not this time, anyway.
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