Mike Lindell Reportedly Kicked Out of Republican Governors Association Event in Nashville After He Promised to Confront Georgia, Arizona Governors About Election

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On Tuesday, the Republican Governors Association (RGA) reportedly ejected MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell from their spring conference in Nashville.

Lindell claimed that he’d been invited to the event; his spokespersons didn’t respond to The Tennessee Star about these claims. Earlier that same day, Lindell announced publicly on Steve Bannon’s show, War Room Pandemic, that he would confront Arizona Governor Doug Ducey and Georgia Governor Brian Kemp over the election.

“Absolutely [I will confront them,]” said Lindell. “I don’t understand people that are like that, so I want to understand where they are coming from, and I will have that answer. You know, maybe they won’t talk to me but I certainly am going to ask them – ‘I just want to know why.'”

Lindell added that Kemp, Ducey, and other unnamed politicians opposed audits and didn’t bolster public confidence in the 2020 election.

“All of these politicians – like your Brian Kemp and Doug Duceys that didn’t do anything or tried to maybe block it. It’s very sad,” said Lindell. “I might give them a little grace that they didn’t have the evidence I had back then.”

Lindell said that Kemp was the worst of the two, claiming that Kemp did everything to resist audits. He claimed that Kemp was hiding something.

The Star reached out to both Ducey and Kemp’s offices to inquire whether they’d asked for Lindell’s removal. Neither responded by press time.

Following the conference, RGA posted that Ducey – along with Tennessee Governor Bill Lee, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds, South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem, and New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu – would appear on Fox News with host Sean Hannity.

Lee’s office didn’t respond to request for comment on Lindell’s removal from the event by press time.

Jack Posobiec, a reporter and close affiliate of Lindell, first broke news of Lindell’s removal from the RGA event.

“BREAKING: I’m told MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell was denied entry to the Republican Governor’s [sic] Association dinner tonight in Nashville,” wrote Posobiec.

RGA spokespersons didn’t respond to inquiries from The Star by press time.

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Corinne Murdock is a reporter at The Tennessee Star and the Star News Network. Follow her latest on Twitter, or email tips to [email protected].

 

 

 

 

 

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2 Thoughts to “Mike Lindell Reportedly Kicked Out of Republican Governors Association Event in Nashville After He Promised to Confront Georgia, Arizona Governors About Election”

  1. Chris

    So what is Gov. Lee’s response to this embarrassment?

    It should be a full-throated mea culpa to Mike Lindell.

    The fact that the Governors of Ga. and Az. don’t want to have to account for their resistance to audits of votes lends credence to the notion of white fragility.

    With the exception of Governors Abbott and DeSantis, I trust Mike Lindell more than any of the GOP governors.

  2. Ms Independent

    No surprise here. Rhino Republicans will lose their jobs soon. I can hardly wait!!

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