Mike Lindell says state Republicans are giving him voter rolls for his team to “canvass” to prove his voter fraud conspiracy theories

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Citation From the September 21, 2021, edition of Real America's Voice's War Room: Pandemic 

MIKE LINDELL (BUSINESSMAN): What I've done is, we go to a state, let's say it's Missouri, and I met with their secretary of state, all these — the state legislatures, even a senator, a U.S. senator, and county commissioners. We come in and we say, they say, well, it didn't happen in Missouri, you know, Donald Trump won Missouri, we're all red here. And I said, yes, it did happen, and we show them the evidence that I have, specific to their state, and these are things we didn't dig this deep into the cyber symposium because of time. But then we do an extra thing for them. We show them the – we get their voter rolls, they are very willing to give us everything for this, like, audit type thing. We get their voter rolls and then during the election and after and what that consisted of.

Then we go into a county, a specific county, and we canvass the county. And what we find out is every single county in the United States was hacked. And what happens is we find all these dead people that voted, we find all these non-residents that voted — they're called phantom voters, OK? And now that matches our cyber numbers exactly and it's been amazing. 

STEVE BANNON (HOST): OK, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Hang on, hang on, hang on. This is a runaway train for a second. Hang on. When you say you canvass, this is a controversy out in Arizona. This is what the federal government is sending this letter out basically implying criminal charges. You know, the woman who testified, the professor testified, she's now assistant attorney general. When you say canvass, are you actually having people go out and canvass or is this some sort of mathematical extrapolation you're doing?

LINDELL: No. No, Steve, we physically go out there and get it.