Looks like Ducey and Kemp are going to be on the news a lot more often.
Mike Lindell says he plans to confront both state Governors for their alleged role in the 2020 election fraud.
It will be interesting to see how they respond to Lindell, but my bet is that they won’t be able to just avoid him forever.
According to the latest reports, Mike Lindell was turned away from an RGA event where he planned on confronting both Governors, but this may not be the end of this.
The media LOVES taking a swing at Mike Lindell, but no matter what bad things they say about him he seems to stay top of mind.
If he begins to confront both Governors the media will no doubt pick up on it and begin reporting on it—even if it paints Lindell in a negative light, Ducey and Kemp will also be front and center.
If we know anything about Mike Lindell, it’s that he does NOT give up easily.
Hopefully, these two being in the media spotlight will help to shed more light on what happened during the 2020 election.
Take a look:
Taken directly from the War Room website:
The two governors are hosting a meeting on voter integrity, despite their actions to allow their states to be riddled with voter fraud. Lindell is also attending the meeting Tuesday evening.
“I hope I get [Kemp] one-on-one tonight and say why?” Lindell told War Room. “Maybe the time is right they can get a little saving grace to get behind your state now and get your machines uncovered, and get these dominoes falling.”
Lindell said Ducey “certainly had enough evidence” of election fraud and blasted Ducey for on the same day a hearing presented over 10 hours of evidence, announcing, ‘Yep, it was a good election.’”
“Kemp is even worse,” Lindell said. “He did everything he could to block Georgia from getting audited. And then he comes out and says now we want election integrity let’s talk about the mail-in voting.”
Politico reported that Mike Lindell was denied entry to The RGA event:
The Republican Governors Association on Tuesday threw out Mike Lindell, the CEO of MyPillow and a top Trump ally, after he showed up to its spring conference in Tennessee, he told POLITICO in an interview.
Lindell said he had flown to Nashville on Monday to attend the three-day meeting starting on Tuesday, but that only a few minutes after he collected his credential at the JW Marriott Hotel, an event coordinator in the lobby told him he was not allowed at any of the official RGA events.
Earlier on Tuesday, Lindell had gone on Steve Bannon’s radio show and promised to confront Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey, RGA’s chair, about the election and allegations of fraud in their states.
Hundreds of people are attending this week’s conference in Nashville, the organization’s first widely attended event to be held since the start of the Covid pandemic more than a year ago.