- The My Pillow Guy, who has continued to spread conspiracy theories about the 2020 election, is now floating the idea of running for the chairmanship of the Republican Party.
- Mike Lindell says he’s done “research” into the party’s finances and believes he has discovered money laundering — but hasn’t provided any evidence to back up his claims.
- Lindell is currently facing a $1.3 billion lawsuit from Dominion Voting Systems for spreading false conspiracy theories about the company.
Mike Lindell, a wealthy pillow magnate with a history of promoting baseless conspiracy theories, including the false claim that Donald Trump won the 2020 election, has now made allegations of money laundering within the Republican Party.
Lindell, who has spent over $25 million spreading these conspiracy theories and is currently facing a $1.3 billion lawsuit from Dominion Voting Systems, claims to have conducted “research” into the party’s finances, though he has provided no specifics or evidence to back up his claims.
Lindell has also stated that a significant portion of the funds donated to the Republican Party is being wasted and that the party needs new leadership in order to regain the trust and support of major donors.
Among Lindell’s many choice quotes from a rant video that @RonFilipkowski released on Twitter is:
“This is disgusting. The wasted, frivolous money that goes down the drain. The big donors, they deserve better. We deserve some return on our investment. I used to give a lot of money to the RNC. I won’t do it and neither will the big donors in its current condition, and it needs new leadership!”