Remember Mike Lindell – the MyPillow CEO who funded the overwhelmingly successful pro-life flick Unplanned and is using his fame as a platform for conservative, Christian values?
Well, you may or may not know that Lindell’s business base is in Minnesota – the same state Rep. Ilhan Omar is from, whose district, when they banned the Plege of Allegiance, were forced to face the fact that more Minnesotans are sick of their anti-American liberal agenda than they probably thought.
Because the people of Minnesota are growing tired and weary of their state’s “progressivism,” the traditionally Blue state just might flip red for the first time since 1972!
Mike Lindell appeared on the Sara Carter Show to speak about this and to make known his intentions to turn Minnesota Republican!
Regarding Minnesota’s current liberal state government and Rep. Ihan Omar, Lindell told Sara,
“There’s things going on you don’t even see. And I will tell you this, I’m going to do so much in Minnesota over the next year and a half, you won’t even see any blue.”
Sarah Carter shared what Lindell had to tell her about his intentions for turning Minnesota red on Twitter:
Her tweet was met with staunch support and good wishes for Mike Lindell's ambitions:
This Twitter user has a great idea for Mike:
Mike also told Sarah that he won't rule out running for office in the future!
Here's more from Lindell's interview with Sarah Carter straight from her website, SarahCarter.com:
Proud American entrepreneur and MyPillow inventor Mike Lindell says he is now working to turn the state of Minnesota from Blue to Red and wouldn’t rule out an eventual run for office, he told Sara Carter on “The Sara Carter Show” Friday.
Lindell, who operates his business from the state of Minnesota, criticized freshman Rep. Ilhan Omar for letting down the people of Minnesota.
“There’s things going on you don’t even see,” he said. “And I will tell you this, I’m going to do so much in Minnesota over the next year and a half, you won’t even see any blue.”
Lindell called the state “ground zero” under Omar’s leadership citing her targeting of many local companies.
“I just want the people to get to know the good things that are going on,” said Lindell. Moreover, he said he plans to hold rallies across the state to celebrate the Trump Administration’s booming economy.
When Carter asked if he would ever run for office, Lindell responded, “I always say, I’ve been asked that a million times and, you know what, if I prayed about it and God had me go that direction, I would do it in a heartbeat.”
You can listen to the full Mike Lindell interview here.