(FiveNation.com)- The CEO of MyPillow has made a bold announcement.
During a Monday episode of Steve Bannon’s War Room program, former Trump adviser Lindell declared his candidacy for RNC chair.
Lindell informed Bannon that he is 100% running for RNC chairman against Ronna McDaniel with all his due diligence and in prayer. He said things are about to change quickly. “We’re going to get our country right quickly,” Lindell proclaimed.
According to Lindell, with the help of RNC and state donors, the Republican Party will be changed to promote politicians who support America First, such as Mark Finchem and Kari Lake.
He added, pointing up examples of blatant widespread voter fraud, “They raised money…tens of millions of dollars, and they didn’t do a thing about our election.”
In a subsequent interview with CBS News, Lindell criticized the GOP’s handling of 2018, 2020, and 2022 elections.
Lindell said a different input is required for a different output. That’s basic business knowledge.
Lindell, a fervent Trump fan, claimed that the former president’s endorsement had no bearing on his choice to run.
Lindell said, “I didn’t call him on this. This is my deal, and while I would like to have his support, I won’t let that stop me in any case.”
Lindell has used his own funds to fund the investigation into the rigged 2020 election. As a result, prominent shops have canceled his orders, Dominion Voting Systems and Smartmatic have filed lawsuits against him for slander, and the Biden Justice Department has retaliated against him.
On September 13, Lindell’s mobile devices, including the phones he uses to manage his hearing aids and run his business, were raided by the Stasi-FBI outside of a Hardee’s restaurant.
The CEO states that after learning of the FBI’s participation in Lindell’s relationships, four out of five companies partnered with Lindell canceled the agreement.
On September 21, one week later, Lindell filed a lawsuit against the FBI, alleging that they had wrongfully impounded his gadgets and violated his constitutional rights. The defendants included FBI Director Christopher Wray and Attorney General Merrick Garland.