MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, who is in the midst of building a case to take to the Supreme Court regarding the 2020 election, says that his efforts to bring forth his case is faced with some opposition from none other than the Republican National Committee – and the RNC’s chair Ronna McDaniel, a.k.a. Mitt Romney’s niece.
We at Red Voice Media have covered the anti-GOP antics of Ronna McDaniel previously, with her still having the audacity to refer to Rep. Liz Cheney as a Republican despite Cheney seeming to go against the party and her constituents time and again.
On November 22nd, as Lindell was speaking during a livestream about his complaint for the Supreme Court that notes the “November 2020 election was stolen”, he claimed that McDaniel was contacting state attorney general and urging them not to sign his complaint.
“How dare the RNC try and stop this case from getting to the Supreme Court. Shame on you, RNC! You are worse than Fox [News] now.”
During an appearance on Steve Bannon “Real America’s Voice” on November 23rd, Lindell said that the details of the lawsuit pertaining to the 2020 election will be explained in furtherance on his website over the Thanksgiving weekend.
“We’re flying around the last couple of days — it’s been very chaotic. We do have a full copy of the complaint with any of the changes that they needed and we’re going to have a great update for you.”
Lindell added that he’s been in contact personally with several state attorney generals who have had their hands full with COVID mandates and restrictions that they’re actively fighting, which has delayed the movement on his Supreme Court complaint.
“I met many AGs. I was on the phone with four of them yesterday and some of them have so much going on right now that last Friday they gave them until today to [fight] these mandates where kids had to take the vaccine.”
Lindell remarked that these attorney generals being bombarded with fighting COVID mandates and restrictions seems “very suspicious”, adding that he suspects these issues AGs are facing are intentionally meant to “slow these guys down.”
He also expressed discontent for some who’ve outright said they wouldn’t have any part in his lawsuit without affording any reason, calling those unnamed attorney generals’ actions “very disturbing” and that they “don’t want to help save our country.”
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