Mike Lindell corrects the record on cowardly ‘obstructionist’ GOP governors after dinner snub debacle

MyPillow CEO and conservative figure Mike Lindell was uninvited to the Republican Governors Association dinner this Tuesday just minutes after checking in and receiving his event credentials. 

Politico’s Daniel Lippman alleged in a report Wednesday that the Republican Governors Association “threw out” Lindell from the event, but Lindell tells a different story.

The MyPillow CEO asserted that he received an invitation to the event three weeks prior, flew down to Tennessee the night before, and checked into the JW Marriott hotel where the event was being held about two hours prior to its’ start.

Lindell noted he was issued his VIP credentials for the event by an event coordinator and went to another part of the lobby to take a phone call. Upon his return, the event organizer approached him and said he had just received the call that Lindell was “uninvited.” 

Lippman claimed that an official spoke anonymously to Politico on behalf of RGA alleging that Lindell tried to join transportation for members only for a dinner at the Tennessee Governor’s Mansion and was denied noting, “These events are for RGA members, and Mike Lindell is not currently an RGA member,” the person had said.

However, just one year ago, when Lindell attended the same event in Washington, D.C., he reportedly had full access to all of the Republican governors and attended the dinner where then-President Trump called him out by name.

When asked why he thought he was uninvited, Lindell – who called out Lippman’s version as a “lie” – had an idea who was behind the move, saying it likely had something to do with Georgia Governor Brian Kemp and Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, who fell out of favor with many Republicans when Lindell accused them of standing in the way of investigations into the 2020 presidential election.

Lindell called the governors “obstructionists” on election integrity and said Kemp bought $107 million in Dominion machines in 2019.

“You tell Ducey and Kemp that this is gonna be all over the news—and that they should be ashamed of what they’ve done to our country—the obstructionists; that they’ve become! And they didn’t have the courage to let me inside?” Lindell told Gateway Pundit.

Dominion brought a lawsuit against the CEO earlier this year for what they say is $651 million in punitive damages as well as $651.7 million in compensation for lost business as a result of his fraud accusations. In his Politico story, Lippman not only used an anonymous source to discredit Lindell, he noted Lindell was sued by Dominion Voting System but failed to add that Lindell countersued for $1.6 billion.

Lindell has claimed the machine producer is a “government actor” and suppressed his First Amendment and 14th Amendment rights. He revealed that the prominent attorney Alan Dershowitz will be representing “MyPillow”.

The CEO has remained unwavering in his commitment to exposing election fraud. His plan was to announce at the RGA dinner that he would not run for governor until all of the voting machines are gone. 

Yesterday, Rep. Vernon Jones came to Lindell’s defense:

Kay Apfel

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