“We have to save the Republican Party.”
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell and attorney Harmeet Dhillon, both of whom are challenging Ronna McDaniel as chair of the Republican National Committee (RNC), spoke recently at AmericaFest in Phoenix, Ariz. On Monday, Lindell gave me his perspective on the RNC chair race.
I asked the candidate why he felt compelled to run for RNC chair. “Because we have to save the Republican Party, and it’s a disaster,” he replied. “It takes 40 cents to go out and get a dollar from a donor, and the RNC is not fixing the platform. They’re making decisions based on a footprint that doesn’t exist anymore, that being a fair election.” Times have changed, and leadership needs to as well, Lindell insisted. He pointed out widespread voting machine malfunctions and other election irregularities.
Lindell concluded our chat by emphasizing that he already has years of experience with election integrity efforts. “We’re three years ahead of them, from the ground up.”
I also asked Human Events Daily host Jack Posobiec for his assessment of the RNC chair race, and what he hopes the outcome will be. Posobiec used a metaphor to illustrate his thoughts. “I think it’s like, you know, in sports, when you have a coach that loses the championship three times in a row, you get a new coach in there,” Posobiec said. “And whether that’s Mike, [or] whether that’s Harmeet, it’s time — it’s time for a new coach.”
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