The GOP is finding it impossible to get away from the masses of evil election deniers, misfits and delusional insurrection supporters. This midterm election that we had was a referendum on election denial and the drama that the GOP has been unable to stop.
The American people spoke. They sent the GOP a message. They said no more election denial, no more drama. And that message — at this time is going in one ear and out the other.
This is because Republicans have spent years embracing conspiracy theories in their corrupt attempts to gain power. And their shitshow is far from being over. One thing that many republicans have been candid about is needing a change in leadership. Ronna McDaniel has been the leader of the republican national committee. Ronna McDaniel has been doing a poor job at it.
Many Republicans have even called for a new candidate to step into the race — to challenge Ronna in the quest for Republican leadership. And now it appears the GOP may just have found the candidate of their dreams.
Who is this mystery person? Why it’s MyPillow CEO Milke Lindell, of course! Just how long did YOU think he could stay out of the news?
“We need someone who knows how to run a business to lead one of the most important organizations in the country,” potential candidate Lindell said this week.
That’s right — Mike Lindell is mulling over a candidacy. I imagine at this moment many Republicans are indeed losing their minds. Perhaps they have their hands over their ears, desperately trying to quiet the noise of approaching lunacy.
Lindell has been asking viewers if they would support him in a candidacy. Many said yes, and Lindell is seriously thinking about challenging McDaniel.
Is THIS the GOP’s twilight zone? They can’t get away from it, can they? Everywhere they turn, evil monsters are cackling and chuckling with mirth, edging their way closer to the GOP machine.
So let’s consider what a Lindell candidacy would look like. Will he consider changing the name of the grand old party to the grand old pillows? If so, this move may prove to be a good thing. “We need someone,” Lindell said. “And I would step into that if God willing.”
And so it goes, like a wicked fairy tale with no end, the GOP cannot get rid of the crazy. One KNOWS they don’t want Lindell. One also knows they might find they have no choice in the matter.