Mike Lindell is cut from the same cloth as President Trump.
Both fighters, both have a never-give-up attitude.
Both have beat back extreme odds to achieve victory.
Both are great businessmen, who employ common sense to bring solutions to the real world.
So I am proud to report that a run for Governor of Minnesota looks more likely than ever for Mr. Lindell.
John Solomon reports:
MyPillow Guy Mike Lindell eyes run for governor of Minnesota, claims Trump endorsement | Just The Newshttps://t.co/VzBurfOHQZ
— John Solomon (@jsolomonReports) January 25, 2021
From Solomon’s JustTheNews, Lindell would proudly welcome a Trump endorsement:
Mike Lindell, the inventor of My Pillow, is reportedly considering a run for governor of Minnesota and says he’s promised an endorsement by former President Trump.
The president has told him before that he would back his bid for governor of Minnesota, Lindell told The Associated Press.
“Mike, if you did it, I would get behind you,” Lindell said Trump told him last week when he visited the White House.
Lindell is among Trump’s most loyal supporters. He says he was an opening speaker at more than 60 Trump campaign rallies, and Trump often publicly praised him. And he was among those who argued the results of 2020 presidential, which Trump lost, were tainted by voter irregularities and fraud.
Lindell said Trump’s support help him win the Minnesota GOP nomination to challenge Democratic incumbent Tim Walz.
“Of course it would help,” he told the wire service. “Why wouldn’t it help? The guy was the best president in history.”
But the political website Axios published a report on Monday headlined, “Mike Lindell moves the goalposts on a run for Minnesota governor.”
Before committing to run, Lindell is wisely stating that there’s no reason to run until the underlying fraud is exposed and cleaned up.
I’ve been saying that for weeks now….there is NO POINT to 2022 or 2024 if we don’t eradicate the fraud that stole the 2020 election.
If we don’t fix that, you can kiss everything else goodbye.
From JustTheNews — don’t you love how Axios inserts the word (baseless)?:
“Lindell told Axios that his focus is currently on proving his (baseless) claims of election fraud. He won’t make a decision until that fight is resolved.”
“Why would anybody want to run if they had the same machines with the election fraud?” Lindell said Friday.
“It will all get out there, and when it does, we’ll see what elections are going to have to be done with paper ballots and no machines. Otherwise, it doesn’t make sense to put in everybody’s resources and time.”
Axios concluded: “While he’s leaving the door open, Lindell’s comments create a path for bowing out.”
Lindell’s remarks to the AP came as Sarah Huckabee Sanders, a Trump administration press secretary and the daughter of former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, announced her bid for the Arkansas governorship.
Her decision to run was not unexpected, as Sanders has long been supported in her political endeavors by Trump. She will face a primary field populated by multiple top Arkansas Republicans but is viewed as an early favorite. Republicans are expected to retain the Arkansas governorship.
Asa Hutchinson, the current GOP governor, cannot seek re-election because of term limits.