McDaniel Refuses to Face RNC Chair Challengers Lindell, Dhillon in Debate

No debate! That’s apparently the sentiment of Republican National Committee chair Ronna McDaniel. She has reportedly declined to participate in a public debate against RNC chair challengers Mike Lindell and Harmeet Dhillon. This is one more illustration of the fact that some Republican leadership doesn’t care what the base thinks, as a majority of Republican voters want to see McDaniel replaced.

Politico reported that McDaniel’s excuse was an exclusive RNC members-only forum that overlaps with the debate. “The RNC is already hosting a candidate forum and Ronna has committed to participating in that,” McDaniel’s reelection campaign spokeswoman Emma Vaughn said. “As head of the RNC, Chairwoman McDaniel will be overseeing party business during the remaining portion of the RNC meeting.”

The debate will take place on January 25 at the Dana Point, Calif., resort where the election for RNC chair will later happen, hosted by conservative media organizations John Fredericks Media Network and Real America’s Voice. MyPillow CEO Lindell and California RNC committeewoman Dhillon will both be at the debate, Politico said. Virginia GOP Chair Rich Anderson is scheduled as moderator.

Mike Lindell previously explained to me that he’s running for RNC chair to ensure more election integrity and to stop the Republican Party from being a “disaster” run by incompetents. “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,” Lindell said.

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Catherine Salgado is a columnist for The Rogue Review, a Writer for MRC Free Speech America, and writes her own Substack, Pro Deo et Libertate. She received the Andrew Breitbart MVP award for August 2021 from The Rogue Review for her journalism.

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