What do you think about this?
Lin Wood has had to deal with a lot since the fallout of the 2020 election, but it looks like he is slated to make a comeback.
Reports have it that Lin is looking to chair the South Carolina GOP, but will he make his hopes a reality?
I don’t live in South Carolina, and so I don’t know the climate of The GOP there.
Are they hostile to the idea or no?
I know there sure are a lot of people who would love for Lin Wood to make this move, but I guess it all comes down to party politics.
Here are the latest developments:
The Post And Courier had more on the story:
The decision by Wood, confirmed in a March 29 email to The Post and Courier, comes just months after he moved to the Palmetto State from neighboring Georgia. Wood is now registered to vote in Beaufort County.
“My decision to run for the office was heavily influenced by my well known desire to reform local and state political parties and return power to the people,” Wood said. “Here, I want to return power and control of the South Carolina Republican Party to the members of the party.”
Wood will be challenging incumbent chairman Drew McKissick, whom Trump endorsed with a hand-written note in February. The chairman is elected at the state party convention, which is currently slated for May, and counties will hold local conventions throughout April.
The Hill likewise reported:
“I am no fan of government corruption. Check my record. I am no fan of rule breakers as I believe strongly in the rule of law. Check my record. I detest shady back room deals as I support shining light on darkness. Check my record. I want to help my new neighbors in South Carolina return the Republican Party back to The People. The People have ALL the power — not the elite cabal of the old guard leadership. The People of the South Carolina Republican Party will bring INTEGRITY back to the party and to the government. I trust We The People. It will be my privilege to work for The People as they pursue their goals,” Wood said in the email.
Wood, 68, became a key member of Trump’s legal team in the weeks and months after Trump lost to President Biden. Wood repeatedly signed on to litigation that was summarily dismissed in court after court for lacking any credible evidence.