Mike Lindell tells Todd Starnes: I Was Booted From GOP Governor’s Event
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Mike Lindell, the chief executive officer of MyPillow and a sponsor of The Todd Starnes Radio Show, said he was thrown out of the Republican Governors Association on Tuesday.
The Republican Governors Association is holding its spring conference in Tennessee and Lindell had been invited to attend the three-day meeting in Nashville.
The Republican Governors Association on Tuesday threw out Mike Lindell, the CEO of MyPillow and a top Trump ally, after he showed up to its spring conference in Tennessee, he told POLITICO in an interview.
“They invited me to the dinner at the governor’s mansion and right as we were leaving the handler gave me all my credentials and vip pass,” Lindell told radio host Todd Starnes. “Three minutes later he said I couldn’t go and was not invited to the rest of the event either.”
An RGA official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, told Politico that Lindell tried to join transportation for members only for a dinner at the Tennessee Governor’s Mansion and was denied. The person added: “These events are for RGA members, and Mike Lindell is not currently an RGA member.”
Earlier on Tuesday, Lindell had gone on Steve Bannon’s radio show and promised to confront Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey, RGA’s chair, about the election and allegations of fraud in their states, Politico reported.
Lindell confirmed to Starnes that he believes that’s the reason he was given the heave-ho.
“He (the RGA representative) said it had to do with Doug Ducey and Brian Kemp,” Lindell said.
“The RGA directly invited me. Doug Ducey and Brian Kemp should be ashamed of them selves!” he added. “Both feared being talked to by me.”