The RNC’s Mike Lindell nightmare just got even uglier

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As if the GOP does not have enough problems — they now have Mike Lindell. As Palmer Report has already laid out, the pillow expert is determined to be the next head of the Republican National Committee.

That’s the small news. That’s right. Since Lindell announced his candidacy, the GOP has received even more bad news. One would not have thought it possible. Lindell has implied that if he doesn’t win, he might not accept the election results. Oh my. This is getting good, is it not?

Lindell was actually asked that question. Would he accept the results if he is the loser? Now one would expect any normal candidate to answer simply “Yes.”

But this is Mike Lindell we are dealing with. “Normal” is not a part of his vocabulary. “That’s a pretty good question,” Lindell answered, undoubtedly causing national groans of consternation from many a republican all across the country.

“If there’s any computer used,” Lindell went on, “I would question any election which used a computer.” Republicans — what have you gotten yourselves into? This is definitely not a good answer and one which pretty much promises to give the GOP a headache.

Lindell won’t commit to accepting the results of his own party’s election? What on earth is the GOP going to do about him? Most likely — nothing. Because they can’t. Lindell can run if he wants to.

I personally do not think Lindell has the votes to win. But the paranoid pillow peddler sees deep-state people everywhere, and the GOP has to get used to the fact that for Lindell, some of their own may indeed be a part of said deep state.

So, get your popcorn ready because Lindell’s back, and this time it is Republicans to whom he’s giving the headache. I do not know how this shapes up, but for the GOP, it’s just one more problem in a sea of unending crazy.

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