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MyPillow CEO and Donald Trump superfan Mike Lindell warned the audience at CPAC Texas about the rise of the machines across the globe, grimly diagnosing both Venezuela and Australia as already “gone.”

Lindell’s speech was, as his always are, punctuated by many asides but in the main focused on claiming he can prove that the 2020 election was stolen and will do so any day now, a claim he’s made routinely for the last year and half.

This time, in pitching another “symposium” for which he says he really needs at least 100 million viewers, he added the detail that there will be a “trial of the machines” as part of the program.

“We’re having the trial of the machines, guys,” said Lindell. “Nice name, right? Trial of the machines.”

He then took a side path on the topic of the January 6th committee hearings, which he called “garbage” but lamented not getting his own invitation to testify. He returned eventually to the topic of the machines.

“We’re going to have people up on stage from other countries, and this is very important you hear me on this,” said Lindell. “Over 54 countries have now been taken by the machines or are getting taken by the machines. And you never get to go back.”

“Venezuela, Australia, they’re gone. You don’t get to vote out the machines once they’re there. Once they’re there, you don’t get your country back,” he continued.

“Every one of you have taken a part of this to save our country and get rid of these machines before we’re gone forever,” Lindell said to the delight of the CPAC audience. “Because if the United for like Ronald Reagan said, if the lights go out here, they go out everywhere. The whole world is watching. We can’t know, you know, if we don’t get rid of them by the fall, all of them we’re going to have everybody is going to go vote these great candidates like Kari Lake and override the machines. And we’re going to get rid of them of eventually all of them.”

There’s been other news from CPAC this week, too, though not quite so dire as the Rise of the Machines.

Watch the clip above, via C-SPAN.

OHHH VOTING MACHINES. Riiiight, now I gotcha. Great, uh … great stuff.

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Things Nott going well at Forest with chaotic transfer approach as they turn to Mike Ashley’s closest allies for help

FOREST getting promoted back to the Prem has been the feel-good story of the summer.

But behind the scenes the situation appears chaotic.

2Boss Steve Cooper could be at odds over transfers with Forest owner Evangelos Marinakis following promotion to the PremCredit: EPA 2England midfielder Jesse Lingard, from Man Utd, is one 11 high-profile arrivalsCredit: Getty

Boss Steve Cooper and his staff do not seem to be completely in sync with owner Evangelos Marinakis and his recruitment policy.

Nottingham Forest have snapped up Dean Henderson on loan plus Taiwo Awoniyi (£17.2million), Neco Williams (£17m), Orel Mangala (12.75m), Moussa Niakhate (£10m), Omar Richards (£10m), Harry Toffolo and Lewis O’Brien (joint £10m deal), Giulian Biancone (£5m), Wayne Hennessey (free) and Jesse Lingard (free).

Staggeringly, it appears Forest have put in offers for up to 30 players, while leaving many of those transfers hanging in the balance.

SunSport spoke to sporting directors at other teams who claimed when they tried to sign a player, the selling club said Forest had already got there first.

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But if the deals are not completed, which seems the case, the whole transfer merry- go-round becomes confusing.

Marinakis, who also owns Olympiakos in Greece, has a team of agents working tirelessly to strengthen the squad.

But there seems to be little actual plan behind all the attempted signings.

You cannot accuse Forest of not having a go — but look what happened to Fulham when they spent £100m in 2018.

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Though not full-time, he will work on the business side.

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JULES BREACH and Hugh Woozencroft are doing a great job as the new faces of ITV Sport’s EFL coverage.

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