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Mike Lindell May Run A New RNC Election Committee If He Loses Chair Vote

my pillow chief executive Mike Lindell He said he could lead the RNC’s new “election committee” if his bid to become the new chairman of the RNC fails this week.

lindell told Weekly newspaper Wednesday that Twitter Rumor claims he is teaming up with RNC chairman candidate Harmeet Dhillon in a unified vote against Rhona McDanielthe current chairman, “is not true at all.” Currently, three candidates are in California for the RNC winter meeting, where committee members will elect a new chairman on Friday.

While Lindell said he felt “very good” about his chances, he added that if he lost, he would still be offered a RNC job. Lindell said a spokesman for Dhillon told him during an informal debate Wednesday afternoon that if Dhillon wins, he may be asked to lead a new Republican election committee.

Lindell is a staunch supporter of the false claim that the 2020 presidential election was “rigged” against former presidents donald trump and other election fraud conspiracy theories, he said he agreed with the speaker’s so-called assessment that he would be the “best” choice to lead the committee.

Mike Lindell poses for a photo at a rally for former President Donald Trump on Nov. 3, 2022 in Sioux City, Iowa. The illustration shows photos of protesters at the “Stop the Stealing” election in Sterling, Virginia, Dec. 13, 2020. Lindell is running to become the next chairman of the Republican National Committee.
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“She said things like ‘We’d love to work with Mike Lindell and put him in charge of the election platform,'” Lindell said. “One of the things on their list… [is forming] Election of committees or platforms or directors. I think she said I would be perfect for the job. I agree. I have been doing it for two years. “

“I know Rona McDaniel said very similar things that night,” he added. “She also said, ‘We’ve got to stick together … If I win, I’ll be happy to work with Mike Lindell.’ She also wanted to use the expertise I’ve had on the electoral system over the past two years to make the I get involved and get my help.”

While Lindell didn’t commit to accepting Dhillon’s or McDaniel’s proposal, he said he would accept the results of the RNC chairman election and give his support “100 percent” to whoever ultimately wins.

He insisted the election results would not be spoiled because “no machines” were involved, and the 168 RNC members would cast their votes by secret ballot.

“It’s fair, and I think it’s as fair as possible,” Lindell said. “It’s also a vote of confidence, a secret ballot … I think it’s very good, the way it’s set up.”

Lindell said he spoke to “more than 65” RNC members on Tuesday night, and he wouldn’t “bet any of them would vote for me because it was a private vote and they were free to vote and not have to worry about it. “

Lindell said he, who will become RNC chairman on Friday, hopes to use his experience in business and marketing to rebrand the Republican Party as “the party of common sense.”

“This is my cab,” he said. “I’m a marketer, I’m a brander, I’m a messenger. The RNC needs to restore their brand, you know, educate the people there…I want it to be more of a commonsense party…I want to unite from the grassroots all the way stand up.”

Rumors of Lindell and Dhillon forming a joint ticket kicked off after former federal prosecutor and Twitter mainstay Ron Filipkowski tweets A short clip of the debate between Lindell and Dhillon speakers on Wednesday.

The spokesperson, who appeared to be talking about the election, said in the video that Dylan, with “Mike Lindell by her side,” would be able to “land this plane for our country immediately.” Filipkowski claimed the comment amounted to announcing that Dhillon ” Will be teaming up with Mike Lindell against Ronna McDaniel.”

Weekly newspaper Dhillon and the RNC have been contacted for comment.

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