Mike Lindell’s election documentary booted from YouTube and Vimeo

by Peter Heck · Feb 6th, 2021 5:32 pm

Last Updated Feb 7th, 2021 at 3:40 pm

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell's documentary, "Absolute Proof," in which he sought to substantiate his persistent claims that Joe Biden was not fairly elected president of the United States, was removed from two major platforms almost immediately after it was posted.

Video hosting and sharing platforms YouTube and Vimeo announced they had removed the 2-hour movie.

"Per our presidential election integrity policy, we remove content uploaded after the safe harbor deadline that advances false claims that widespread fraud, errors or glitches changed the outcome of the 2020 U.S. presidential election," a YouTube representative said. "We removed this video and its reuploads in accordance with this policy."

Vimeo issued a similar statement, saying that the film violated their policies on, "posting content that claims that the 2020 presidential election was fraudulent or stolen or otherwise illegitimate."

The movie primarily features rehashed theories relative to voting machines and illegitimately cast ballots. One America News Network has aired the movie four times but included a disclosure before it ran that said the film was "opinions only" and not "established facts."

Despite the film being de-platformed, Lindell said he is undaunted.

"I'm going to keep fighting, and I'm going to keep talking, and I'm going to keep going until the last little foot is trying to stomp me out," Lindell assured. "People went through a lot of hard work to gather all this evidence. Doesn't anybody in this country care?"


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