Mike Lindell decides to take the Republican Party down with him

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It’s official! Mike Lindell will be throwing his hat in the ring for the position of National Committee Chair of the Republican Party. It’s a time of new beginnings for the GOP. New beginnings equal new candidates, and now they’ve got one.

Republican national committee Chair Mike Lindell! I like it! And judging from his words, Mikey likes it too. “With all my due diligence,” Mikey explained. “And in prayer, I am 100 percent running for the RNC chairman against Ronna McDaniel”.

Congratulations Mikey. I do hope you win. I think you’re a perfect spokesperson for what the GOP has become. By the way, Lindell made these comments to Steve Bannon. Perfect!

“100 percent,” candidate Lindell vowed. “I’m all in, Steve.” Lindell accused today’s Republican party of not being appreciative enough of candidates like Kari Lake, whom he mentioned by name.

Run, Mike, Run! “There were no congratulations,” Lindell said bitterly. What will be his platform? How will he change the party? Will he find the krackin? Will he demand recounts in all 50 states? Will he babble on about fake elections?

I think this could be a natural and beautiful fit. “They collected money,” candidate Lindell said. “The RNC collects money,” he said philosophically. “Then they don’t do anything with the election integrity crime.”

Perhaps Trump will endorse Mikey. That would undoubtedly put the GOP in a tough spot, don’t you think? So now we know. Mike Lindell is running. He is running for the title of Republican party leader, chief pillow, call it what you want — but the question remains — will Mikey have the votes?

   

I wouldn’t say no right away. Because if there is one thing we have all learned with this republican party, just about anything can happen — and usually does.

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