Mike Lindell said he is seeking common ground with Jimmy Kimmel when he appears on the late night show Wednesday evening, because both have been victims of cancel culture.
Lindell told War Room he agreed to go on the liberal comedy show to bring awareness to election fraud, issues with vaccines, and the border crisis. He might even be able to say the “D” word.
“If I’m able to say Dominion maybe, I don’t know how it’s going to go,” he said. “I’ve always tried to reach the Democrats to reach the left.”
Lindell said Kimmel has also been the victim of cancel culture, and hopes to reach a different audience about the dangers of this sinister ideology.
“There’s a big common ground,” he said. “We’ve both been involved in cancel culture. They attacked him for something in his past. I think there’s common ground for everyone getting cancelled in this country.”
When Stephen K. Bannon asked how he can go into the lion’s den so upbeat, Lindell answered with one word: “pray.”
“I’m going in there with no fear,” he said. “I kind of have is an advantage…I’ve been very open about my past.”
“What are they going to do, crack jokes?” Lindell said.
Lindell said his story will resonate with all Americans, regardless of political party.
“Hey, ‘I’m a real person,” he said. “I’ve been in the streets. I come from a past. I earned it all, the American Dream. This couldn’t happen in any other country, where you could go to where I’m at today.
“I’m just going to tell the truth,” he said. “I don’t know what else I can do.”