Mike Lindell is ‘100 percent’ running for RNC chairman — Noem suggests it’s time for a change

RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel has taken fire for the disastrous midterm elections when the predicted “red wave” failed to occur and now faces a challenge for her spot from “MyPillow” guy Mike Lindell who made it official that he seeks to displace Mitt Romney’s niece from the top spot.

Lindell, a devoted ally of former President Donald J. Trump, made his big announcement Monday, telling “War Room” host Steve Bannon that he’s committed to change at the Republican National Committee after earlier saying that he’d been drafted to run against McDaniel.

“I am 100 percent running for the RNC chairman against Ronna McDaniel,” he told Bannon. “A hundred percent, I’m all in Steve and one of the things that one of the big donors said to me, he said ‘Mike, everybody wants you to be head of the RNC some of them just don’t know it yet.”

“I didn’t hear one negative from donors. … I’m all in and not only am I going to win, but it’s going to change real fast. We’re going to get our country righted really quick,” he said.​

The pillow king also explained how he intends to challenge McDaniel to host Emerald Robinson of “The Absolute Truth” on Frank Speech.

One prominent supporter of someone ousting McDaniel after the midterm failure to retake the Senate and build a dominant majority in the House despite favorable conditions is South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem.

On Fox News “Sunday Morning Futures,” the conservative leader expressed her opinion that a shake-up is needed if the GOP wants to start winning after being asked about the race for leadership of the RNC by host Sean Duffy.

“Where do you see the future of the GOP going, do you support Ronna McDaniel,” asked Duffy. “Should someone else have that position? This is the lead spot of running campaigns and raising money, how should the GOP move forward?”

(Video: Fox News)

“Listen, Sean, we need to win,” Gov. Noem replied. “That’s just the fact, our kids’ future depends on it so, you know we really all have a responsibility to message what Republican policies bring to this country and I don’t know of a party that can continue to lose like we have and keep their jobs. Everybody needs to evaluate what we are doing and is it effective and are we messaging truly that our policies work.”

“Listen, we ran against Joe Biden in this last election,” she added. “I had a big win here in South Dakota but I didn’t just talk about how bad Joe Biden was, I talked about all the good things we did here in our state together too. I talked about how Republican and conservative values worked.”

“We have the strongest economy, our kids are doing better than anywhere else in the country, we kept it open, we kept people free,” she said, touting her COVID leadership.

“Incomes are going up faster than anywhere else and women are better off and their businesses are more successful, we’re just, we’re knockin’ it out of the ballpark Sean, and we did it and we talked about it here in this state and that’s why we had an election that was big and we’re not just selling and talking about how bad Joe Biden is,” she added, in a veiled shot at RNC strategy that didn’t deliver.

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