RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel is finally being chastised publicly for her role in denying voter fraud and holding up the fight for the election.
Trump attorney Jenna Ellis, who led the fight to stop election fraud, blasted McDaniel for being a fraud denier and a hypocrite:
In a book by Michael Wolff titled, “Landslide: The Final Days of the Trump Presidency,” Republican National Committee (RNC) chief counsel Justin Riemer is described as propagandizing RNC members to oppose the efforts against voter fraud shortly after the steal took place.
After Ellis became aware of the emails and shared them with fellow Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani, they were incensed, and Giuliani demanded the ouster of Riemer as a result.
“Can you f–king believe this,” Giuliani said of the RNC’s behavior under the stewardship of McDaniel. “They are backdooring us … doing everything in their power not to help us.”
Giuliani called up Riemer personally to give him an earful for his attempts to sabotage the fight to defeat voter fraud.
“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,” Giuliani told Riemer, according to Wolff’s book.
Giuliani called up McDaniel to demand that Riemer be fired, and she reportedly paid lip service to his request. However, Mitt Romney’s niece was being completely disingenuous as per usual. Riemer remains in his role as RNC chief counsel to this very day.
Conservatives are beginning to view McDaniel as a pariah in the America First movement and another example of the Romney clan failing America:
Yet again, the conservative movement is playing catch up to Big League Politics, as we reported about McDaniel’s double-dealing shortly after the crooked election took place:
“Republican National Committee (RNC) chairwoman Ronna McDaniel, who was pushed into politics because of her uncle Mitt Romney, is quietly backing away from President Donald Trump as she attempts to keep her RNC post for another term.
McDaniel has received the endorsement of President Trump to stay at the helm of the RNC, and she has offered lip service to support the president’s push for electoral integrity and to count every legal vote. But as she faces a possible moderate challenger in the RNC chair race, McDaniel is privately making concessions that hurt President Trump’s “America First” agenda.
Right now, the RNC and the president are in a tug of war over the immense treasure trove of voter data that was collected during the 2020 presidential campaign. Many RNC insiders want to horde the intelligence, which can be used to anoint an establishment-friendly heir apparent to replace Trump, such as former South Carolina governor Nikki Haley or Rep. Dan Crenshaw of Texas.
Republican governors Brian Kemp of Georgia and Mike DeWine of Ohio have faced the ire of President Trump in recent days for acquiescing to the Democrat push to sweep all electoral irregularities under the rug. There are interests in the RNC that would reportedly like to protect these traitors from potential primary challenges when they are up for re-election in 2022.
An RNC spokesman pretty much confirmed that McDaniel will continue business as usual and the RNC under her stewardship will do nothing to punish the Republican leaders who stood idly by while the electoral process was violated heinously by Democrat riggers.
“That policy to remain completely neutral in primaries will continue as long as she is chair,” RNC spokesman Mike Reed said…
McDaniel has been an albatross on the Trump movement since its inception. The RNC’s lack of preparation on election day allowed Democrats to tamper with the vote on a previously unforeseen scale. If President Trump cannot overturn the steal in the courts, the nation may be lost forever due to McDaniel’s futility.
When it’s all over, McDaniel’s political epitaph is likely to read: Once a Romney, always a Romney!“
The Trump movement must demand McDaniel’s ouster, and Trump himself must throw this terrible woman to the wolves for accountability to be achieved within the GOP.