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MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell and Michael Flynn pose with bizarre ‘path to Trump’ diagram

Pardoned former Trump National Security Advisor Mike Flynn and MyPillow exec Mike Lindell can be seen posing in front of a giant whiteboard that shows Donald Trump at the center of a melange of political figures sprinkled with religious slogans.

The creators call it a ‘path to Trump,’ and it features a bizarre conglomeration of individuals with a series of lines and arrows all ultimately pointing to the former president who has turned out throngs of followers to his rallies.

‘This is the path to Trump – the trail to Trump,’ said one of the creators in an April posting about the whiteboard.

Lindell, a Trump advisor who continues to promote Trump’s election fraud claims, can be seen grinning in front of the board. Flynn, who was convicted of lying to the FBI about his conversations with the Russian ambassador before being pardoned by Trump, grins and gives a thumbs-up sign.

PatriotTakes, which says it exposes right wing extremism on the internet, posted images of the board, after Flynn posted the image of himself in front of it on his Telegram account Tuesday. 

A bizarre whiteboard that Gen. Mike Flynn and MyPillow exec Mike Lindell posed in front of lists ‘paths to Trump’

Atop the board are the words ‘JESUS IS KING.’ The word Jesus is underlined, with a dark arrow pointing directly to Trump.

There are other more circuitous routes, such as one that lists federal prosecutor John Durham, Pastor David Bendett, Georgia lawyer Lin Wood, and Rudy Giuliani. Giuliani, the Trump laywer, is pictured immediately to Trump’s right ear, with televangelist Trump advisor pastor Paula White just below him. Both have direct arrows pointing to Trump.  

Other listings include Trump-backing Pastor Darrell Scott, Project Veritas, former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, and Texas Rep. Dr. Ronny Jackson.

All have been loyal Trump backers, and many backed his effort to have Congress not accept presidential electoral votes certified by states where Trump claims there were fraud. 

Many appear to have been guests on the Clay Clark podcast, and the whiteboard appears to be Clark’s. A person who may be Clark can be heard discussing the poster in another man on a video posted April 17. 

The board is filled with religious quotations and pictures former President Trump at its center

The board is filled with religious quotations and pictures former President Trump at its center

MyPillow exec Mike Lindell has continued to forward former President Donald Trump's election fraud claims

MyPillow exec Mike Lindell has continued to forward former President Donald Trump’s election fraud claims

PatriotTakes posted images of the whiteboard

PatriotTakes posted images of the whiteboard

Trump daughter Tiffany Trump's name is included

Trump daughter Tiffany Trump’s name is included

The whiteboard also lists former Attorney General Bill Barr, although he is quoted in the last weeks of the administration saying of Trump’s election fraud claims: ‘It was a bull****.’

It quotes Flynn in the upper left corner, with the words: ‘MISSION OVER EGO.’ 

There are numerous quotations from scripture, including ‘cease not to give thanks for you, making mention of you in my prayers.’ 

A quote from Revelations 3:7 states: ‘And to the angel of the church in Philadelphia write; These things saith he that is holy, he that is true, he that hath the key of David, he that openeth, and no man shutteth; and shutteth, and no man openeth.’

The whiteboard drew some mockery online, which RawStory compiled.  

In a brief explanation of the board posted on YouTube, an interviewer describing the board puts forward covid-denial questions, saying PCR tests are ‘calibrated’ and ‘COVID’s 100 per cent treatable.’ 

Democratic Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) mocked the board and its contents on Twitter. ‘And the answer is: What does a cult look like?’ he wrote. 

Trump daughter Tiffany Trump’s name is included, as is conservative author and Trump pardon recipient Dinesh D’Souza.  


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