Mike Lindell Says Ronna McDaniel Sabotaged Supreme Court Case: “She Has To Go!”

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I have never trusted Ronna McDaniel.


You do know she’s a “Romney” right?

Most people don’t know that.

But she is, check this out:

Uncle: Mitt Romney.

That’s reason enough for me to distrust her.

But beyond that, she has always seemed to support Trump with her words and then find a way to stab him in the back when it matters.

And now Mike Lindell is making no bones about the fact that she has been working overtime to kill his Supreme Court Case.


Take a look, from Wendy Rogers:

Watch this in his own words:

And this:


Lindell’s 82-page complaint was provided to a number of state attorneys general but none of them agreed to join the litigation, which effectively renders the suit kaput.

“We are in unchartered territory as a Nation,” begins Lindell’s proposed complaint. “The November 2020 election was stolen.”

Twitter user Ron Filipkowski, who describes himself as General Counsel for the Woke Mob, posted a video clip of Lindell appearing on Steve Bannon’s podcast. In the “Real America’s Voice” stream, Lindell blamed Republican National Committee (RNC) chair Ronna McDaniel for the unwillingness of any state attorney general to join his legal action.

The pillow manufacturer alleged McDaniel was calling the attorneys general and asking them not to participate in the lawsuit. Follow on Telegram @WeLoveTrumpNoah

“How dare the RNC try and stop this case from getting to the Supreme Court?” asked an incensed Lindell. “Shame on you, RNC! You are worse than Fox now.”

He said he found it very disturbing some attorneys general said no to his lawsuit for what he termed “no reason.”

“You know a lot of things are happening out there that are very suspicious,” said Lindell, adding, “[A]lmost trying to slow these guys down.”

The pillow manufacturer likened nailing down support for his lawsuit to herding cats. “You have different ones at different levels,” he said. “I do have some, a couple, [whom] I don’t want to announce right now, that said straight-up, ‘[W]e’re not going to do it.’”

Lindell questioned their patriotism and sense of duty. “What else would it be?” he said. “I don’t get it.”

An analysis of the complaint by a legal site throws shade at the lawsuit, implying the one-year delay in filing renders the suit untimely. Above The Law’s Liz Dye notes the suit relies on an adult diaper manufacturer’s patent infringement case.

“It follows that unimpeachable logic with a 50-page recitation of every half-baked conspiracy about election fraud and rejected argument we’ve seen in dozens of doomed suits for the past year,” said Dye. “Mail-in ballots are illegal, electronic voting is illegal, Dominion switched the votes, China hacked the ballots, blah blah blah.”

She next noted Lindell’s suit seems strikingly similar to one brought by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, which was tossed because the court ruled Paxton lacked standing to bring the action.