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COMPLICIT In The Fraud? Calls To Remove The RNC Head Continue To Grow


The RNC is two faced much of the time.

We saw late last year, and even this year how they have flip flopped on President Trump countless times. One minute they support him, and then the next minute they want to ‘distance’ themselves from him or his comments.

Now, new reports are fueling calls to remove the head of The RNC because she did absolutely nothing to investigate or get behind claims of widespread election fraud.

In fact, they seemed to think the whole thing was a hoax, and some RNC staffers didn’t even vote for Trump in 2020 according to some sources.

Rudy Giuliani reportedly told The RNC chief counsel , Justin Riemer , to resign for failing to come out against election fraud—instead denying its credibility, and now we are seeing more and more people echo his sentiments.

Riemer isn’t the only one under fire either, so is RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel.

Should The RNC find new leadership, or will issues of election fraud be solved without The RNC?

Personally, I am not sure which way things are headed. The RNC seems to be behind President Trump right now, but we all know how quickly that can change….

Take a look:

Business Insider reported on what Giuliani said to Ronna McDaniel and Riemer:

Wolff goes on to describe how Giuliani angrily called Riemer and threatened his job at the RNC.

“The mayor, sitting in the restaurant but in full battle mode (and with a few drinks in him), damn well got Riemer himself on the phone: ‘Who the f— do you you think you are? How can you be going against the president? … You need to resign and resign tonight … because you are going to get fired,'” the book said.

Giuliani then reportedly called RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel to ensure that the personnel change was carried out.

However, Riemer continues to serve as the chief counsel at the RNC.

Fox News had more:

But the book charges that “Stepien was correct to question the loyalty and dedication of Ronna’s staff to Trump. The president’s handling of Covid and the White House’s treatment of Ronna had top staffers inside the RNC openly musing—for the first time in their lives—about not voting for the Republican nominee for president. Ultimately, some did not cast their Election Day ballot for Trump.”

The RNC disputed the book’s claim.

“This is not true. There was no organization or team more dedicated to re-electing President Trump than the RNC,” a national party spokesperson told Fox News.


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