My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell waves to guests at a rally with Donald J. Trump in Greenwood, Neb. (Photo by Matt Johnson/Right Cheer via Wikipedia) Commons)

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According to MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, a two-day event is planned to happen next month in Springfield in support of former President Donald Trump. He calls it the “biggest event” and “most important event ever in our lifetime.” 

In a video shot at Trump’s Save America rally in Alaska Saturday, Lindell said the event will be Aug. 20-21. 

Lindell said the “invite-only” event will be “live-streamed to the world.” 

At this time, it’s unclear where the event will be held or who will be invited. 

There are no permitted events scheduled for those days on the City of Springfield’s website, and Greene County Republican Party Central Committee Chair Danette Proctor said on Monday she has not yet been told about an event.

“Invites will be going out,” Lindell said in the video, which was shared on Twitter over the weekend. “These will be influencers, podcasters, grassroots. It will be church leaders.”

In the past, Lindell has predicted specific dates for when he believes Trump will be reinstated as president.

Lindell has been permanently banned from Twitter for promoting the baseless claim that Trump won the election.

According to Alaska Public Media, more than 5,000 Trump supporters attended the Alaska rally Saturday.  

In addition to Lindell and Trump, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin spoke at the rally.