Mike Lindell, CEO of MyPillow, shared that he may challenge the head of the Republican National Committee (RNC) for her seat as the chair.
Speaking on his FrankSpeech TV platform, Lindell noted that he would never stop pursuing the removal of election machines, explaining that if that meant he would take up the seat, that is something he would pursue, “God willing.”
Lindell has been a staunch supporter of former President Donald Trump and his stolen election claims.
During the program, Lindell asked his viewers to email him whether they supported his pursuit of the role, adding that he was open to hearing “anything negative” about the role as well.
Speaking to HuffPost, Lindell revealed that he would be announcing whether or not he decides to run for the position on Monday (November 28).
McDaniel, who has been in the role since 2017, announced her plans to seek reelection earlier in November, with plenty of the Committee’s voting members endorsing her last week.
But Lindell expressed being frustrated with McDaniel’s silence about the 2020 general election and her acceptance of President Joe Biden’s win.
Lindell also revealed during his Huffpost interview that every state chair wanted new leadership, adding that he didn’t care if the position was salaried or not, explaining his only desire is to “help save our country.”
The MyPillow CEO, who faces a defamation lawsuit from Dominion Voting Systems along with several other close Trump allies, explained he believes the RNC should be run like a business.