MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell says he’s trying to rally state attorneys general around a complaint alleging voter fraud in the 2020 election before he files it with the Supreme Court.
But according to Lindell, Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel is standing in his way, even going so far as to pressure attorneys general not to sign onto the lawsuit.
“We believe that they have reached out to multiple [attorneys general] and put pressure on them, not to sign the Supreme Court complaint,” he said in a livestream Monday.
Lindell also said he was flying to “five different states” to persuade attorneys general to support his complaint.
“How dare the RNC try and stop this case from getting to the Supreme Court. Shame on you, RNC! You are worse than Fox now,” he also said, Insider reported.
The pillow company executive also criticized McDaniel for publicly saying that Joe Biden won the 2020 presidential election.
“You can’t tell me why Ronna McDaniel, the head of the RNC, made a statement saying Biden won three days before this Supreme Court complaint was supposed to go to the Supreme Court,” he said.
“What about the timing of that, America!” Lindell added, according to The Daily Beast. “Why would she say that at that moment in time? She didn’t have to say that. What, is she trying to get more donor money? Is she trying to get donor money from Democrats? She is as RINO as they come!”
On Tuesday, Lindell told former White House strategist Steve Bannon on Real America’s Voice that COVID mandates are complicating things.
“I met many AGs,” he said. “I was on the phone with four of them yesterday and some of them have so much going on right now that last Friday they gave them until today to fighting [sic] these mandates where kids had to take the vaccine.”
“You know a lot of things are happening out there that are very suspicious,” Lindell said, “almost trying to slow these guys down. It is kind of like herding cats. You have different ones at different levels.”
Attorneys general who refuse to sign onto his lawsuit, he said, simply “don’t want to help save our country.”
“What else would it be?” Lindell said. “I don’t get it.”