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The internet exploded late Friday afternoon when a highly respected Washington Post photographer caught camera notes from Mike Lindell, the founder and CEO of My Pillow, one of Fox News’ top advertisers and a close confidante of President Donald Trump.

Michael Lindell, CEO of @MyPillowUSA, shows off his notes before walking to the West Wing of the White House in Washington, DC on Friday, January 15, 2021.

– Jabin Botsford (@jabinbotsford) January 15, 2021

According to the White House press pool, Lindell was “spotted outside the west wing at 3pm. He was on his cell phone once while waiting outside. The marine let him in at 3:05 p.m. “

There is always a Marine stationed outside the Oval Office when the President is inside the Oval Office, but not when the President is away.

Mike Lindell, CEO of My Pillow, is leaving the White House.

– The Hill (@thehill) January 15, 2021

The notes appear to mention “martial law,” a proposal to bring a dangerous Trump loyalist to the CIA as acting director, the “Insurrection Act,” and something about “foreign interference in the election,” the Talking Points memo reported.

Understandably, the Internet shone like a Christmas tree, but with countless rumors, jokes and concerns.

That being said, the real question is whether President Trump, who has been in office for less than five days, would actually fire the head of the CIA and why? What would he hope to accomplish, do, or get by when Gina Haspel was gone?

The other question, of course, is why Trump should listen to Lindell, a far-right conspiracy theorist and religious extremist, but that question is unanswerable.

Here’s what some are saying.

CNN analyst, attorney and former FBI special agent:

I think the FBI might need to talk to My Pillow

– Asha Rangappa (@AshaRangappa_) January 15, 2021

CNN White House correspondent:

On Mike Lindell’s notes:


Names Sidney Powell and Kurt Olsen

Kash Patel should be moved to “CIA Acting …”

– Kaitlan Collins (@kaitlancollins) January 15, 2021

Public advocacy:

Why on God’s green earth is the guy My Pillow in the White House with a document referencing the Insurrection Act?

– Citizens (@Public_Citizen) January 15, 2021

Senior Fellow for Media Affairs:

It looks like the “My Pillow” guy asked the President to apply the “Insurrection Act now as a result of the attack” and then “martial law if necessary”.

– Matthew Gertz (@MattGertz) January 15, 2021

To sum up, Fox’s top advertiser, the fulcrum of the network’s prime time commercial breaks, was in the White House urging the president to self-coup to stay in power.

– Matthew Gertz (@MattGertz) January 15, 2021

National Reporter for the Religion News Service:

Note: This is almost * word for word * the conspiracy theory that has been spreading in evangelical circles for days.

The theories (incorrectly) claimed this had already happened, but it looks like the My Pillow Guy / Michael Lindell heard them.

– Jack Jenkins (@jackmjenkins) January 15, 2021

Research Director at CREW:

WaPo photographer got a close up of the My Pillow guy’s notes.

Hard to read. Seems to be pushing for “martial law if necessary” to be applied.

References Sidney Powell and, I believe, an attorney for the NSA (“Fort Mead”). Trump supporters “move Kash Patel to incumbent CIA”

– Robert Maguire (@RobertMaguire_) January 15, 2021

Economist and Professor:

Suppose the pillow guy is soon arrested for conspiracy and sedition. Https://

– Danny Blanchflower PhD DLitt (* 2) DSc CBE (@D_Blanchflower) January 15, 2021

NBC News Reporter, “Beat Dystopia”:

Reminder that the MyPillow guy shared an 8 kun document openly calling for war the day before the 3:40 am riot.

– Ben Collins (@oneunderscore__) Jan 15, 2021

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