Mike Lindell seems to have fallen out of favor with GOP leaders.
The CEO of My Pillow, who has been sued by Dominion over false accusations that it had rigged the 2020 election for President Biden, was thrown out of a Republican Governors event in Nashville, TN.
According to Politico, Lindell arrived at the three day event and had picked up credentials for the conference when event staff told him he wasn’t allowed at any of the official Republican Governors Association events.
An RGA official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, said on Tuesday night 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 in the day, Lindell told listeners of Steve Bannon’s show he would confront Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey, who serves as RGA’s chair, about the election fraud allegations in their states.
Lindell has been a strong supporter of former President Trump, even meeting with him at the White House following the results of the 2020 election.
Dominion sued the businessman for $1.3 billion in damages in February, saying he lied about their voting machines.
Dominion says the allegations by Mr. Lindell and others have irreparably damaged its reputation, jeopardized its contracts with state and local governments, and prompted death threats and harassment against employees. The company says it supplies election equipment used by more than 40% of U.S. voters.https://www.wsj.com/articles/dominion-sues-mypillow-ceo-mike-lindell-over-election-claims-11613996104