MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell said today that he endorses state Rep. Ron Hanks, the Jan. 6 insurrectionist running for U.S. Senate in Colorado, “one hundred percent.”
Baseless yet relentless Republican attacks on the results of the 2020 election known as the “Big Lie” have trickled all the way down to a small-town, Western Slope mayoral race this week.
“Tina Peters is now a national crusade,” said former Trump advisor Steve Bannon on his Bannon’s War Room podcast Wednesday, joining right-wing conservatives in Colorado who are standing behind Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Peters following her arrest earlier that day.
MyPillow CEO Defends Indicted CO Clerk: Says Charges Trumped-Up to Cover up Real Crime of 2020 Election Rigging
Earlier today, a Mesa County grand jury indicted Clerk Tina Peters on ten felony and misdemeanor charges relating to the leaking of secure election data, but that hasn’t dissuaded MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell from supporting her. Lindell says he still endorses Peters and that he will “one hundred percent” campaign for her in Colorado, saying “the people want Tina Peters! I’ll be out there sooner rather than later.”
David Winney, a Republican, dropped his quest to be Colorado’s Secretary of State Friday, throwing his support to Tina Peters, the embattled Mesa County County Clerk, who announced her entrance into the race on former Trump advisor Steve Bannon’s podcast Feb. 14.
“This is not about Republican and Democrat,” Mesa County, Colorado, Clerk Tina Peters told the audience of election conspiracists. “They try to make it so it seems they’re dividing one party against the other, but it’s not that at all. It’s the globalists who have their thumb on the scales. … So it’s important for us to bring everybody into the fold to let them know what’s going on.”
Yesterday afternoon a jet used by election conspiracist Mike Lindell, who’s the CEO of MyPillow, Inc., departed Minnesota en route to Centennial, Colorado. Flight records indicate it diverted to Grand Junction instead. Less than 30 minutes later, it left Mesa County, headed back to Minnesota with a brief 20-minute stop at Centennial Airport.
GOP Senate Hopeful, Who’s an Election Conspiracist, Says He’s Training Poll Watchers To Be ‘Bulldogs’
“And you know, the poll watchers, we’re going to train them to be more aggressive. There’s no more of this, ‘Sit in the corner and don’t touch anything and don’t talk to anybody.’ We’re going to be bulldogs from here forward.”
Last night, on the first anniversary of the storming of the U.S. Capitol, Colorado state Rep. Ron Hanks, who hopes to work as a senator in that building next year, listed the Republican candidates seated next to him who also participated in the insurrection. He did this to impress prominent conspiracist and Trump ally Mike Lindell, the featured speaker of the evening’s election fraud conspiracy Zoom meeting hosted by Sherronna Bishop, Congresswoman Lauren Boebert’s former campaign manager, which Hanks and other 2022 GOP candidates had joined.
In Order to Combat Voter Fraud, Colo GOP Gov Hopeful Ganahl Says She’s Adding Conservative Moms Group to Campaign
Colorado Gubernatorial hopeful Heidi Ganahl made headlines last month for sharing her belief at a Durango fundraiser that the 2020 election results may have been rigged.