MyPillow founder Mike Lindell was ejected from a national meeting of Republican governors for bringing up electoral fraud that occurred in the last presidential election and demanding they take action.
The Republican Governors Association (RGA) held their annual meeting at the residence of Tennessee Governor Bill Lee earlier this week. Lindell was not permitted to address the governors despite the fact that he was able to obtain credentials. Republican governors nationwide have looked the other way throughout the vote steal.
“These events are for RGA members, and Mike Lindell is not currently an RGA member,” a representative from the group told Politico.
Lindell appeared on Steve Bannon’s War Room podcast on Tuesday where he explained that he was intending to confront Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey over their enforcement of Democrat fraud in their respective states.
“I don’t know how you sleep well at night, Doug, on something like that, and Kemp’s even worse,” Lindell told Bannon. “I don’t understand people who are like that, so I just want to understand where they’re coming from. I just want to know why.”
Few have suffered worse personal and professional consequences for speaking the truth and pushing for accountability than Lindell.
Big League Politics has reported on how the patriots of America have rallied around Lindell and kept his operation afloat even while the entirety of the political and corporate establishment has attacked him:
“The political establishment has been working tirelessly for weeks to destroy the life’s work of Mike Lindell, the MyPillow founder who has turned into a vociferous opponent of election fraud in recent months.
Their attempts have failed abysmally, as the controversy has only caused MyPillow sales to skyrocket. Lindell issued a notice to customers apologizing for shipping delays caused by the incredible demand for MyPillow’s products.
“Due to the overwhelming support for MyPillow we are getting orders shipped out. We are working around the clock to get everyone’s orders out as fast as we can. Right now, there could be up to a 2-week delay. Everyone at MyPillow is so thankful for your continued support and patience,” Lindell wrote in the announcement.
Patriots are uniting around Lindell against an establishment boycott that caused many big box retailers to drop MyPillow. Lindell is being blamed for violence that occurred during a mostly-peaceful protest against voter fraud on Jan. 6 in and around the U.S. Capitol.
“They were afraid of being boycotted by customers because they live in fear of all these attack groups,” Lindell said to Business Insider in response to stores like Bed Bath & Beyond, Kohls and JC Penney dropping his products.
“And they’re not their customers. What’s going to happen to them now is that all the real customers are going to be very upset,” he added.”
Lindell’s courage is inspiring millions of Americans to fight back against the odds against the electoral coup that took place last year during the presidential election.