My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell endorsed Josh Clark for U.S. Senate in Georgia two days ago, urging voters to support only candidates who are open about the need for security in our elections. Lindell cited Herschel Walker’s comments in a weekend interview as disqualifying for office, in which Walker denied President Trump’s claim that the 2020 election was stolen.
“Josh Clark stands for every single thing I believe in”
Mike Lindell endorsed Josh Clark as the best choice for Georgia primary voters this Tuesday, May 24. “I heard what Josh said, I met his family, I met his track record. I looked at what he said — you have to fix 2020, you have to know what the people want. … Josh Clark stands for every single thing I believe in, and you should too. And therefore I give him my 100% of endorsement for U.S. Senate.” -Lindell said in a statement.
Josh Clark replied saying he is honoured to receive the endorsement from Mike Lindell. He said, “I am honoured to have Mike’s endorsement,” said Josh Clark. “Mike Lindell has been one of the left’s biggest targets since the 2020 elections. Their mainstream media propagandists have had few more important goals to them than to vilify and marginalize Mike’s fight for secure elections, but he has prevailed! I am proud of his bold stand for America and his bold stand for our Christian faith. He is a passionate patriot with an incredible American story.”
Herschel Walker smoothly sailed to the Republican nomination
Trump’s endorsed candidate for U.S. Senate, football legend Herschel Walker, appears to be cruising to the Republican nomination, despite Republican leaders warning that Walker will be unbeatable in November against Democratic incumbent Raphael Warnock. Walker has been accused of threatening the life of his ex-wife, exaggerating his business record, and lying about graduating from the University of Georgia.
Walker and his campaign insist that he has healed and accepted responsibility for his mistakes in the past. His campaign called bringing up old allegations “an obvious political hit job” in a statement provided to ABC News and said Walker has addressed his past in a book he wrote and in a 2008 interview with Woodruff.
Georgia takes centre stage in Tuesday’s primaries, with Gov. Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger attempting to defeat challengers endorsed by former President Donald Trump, who is seeking vengeance for his 2020 election defeat in the state.
In her primary, Georgia U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is putting Republican voters’ tolerance for controversy to the test. On the Democratic side, U.S. Rep. Lucy McBath is pitted against U.S. Rep. Carolyn Bourdeaux after McBath switched districts due to redistricting.
Trump’s desire for vengeance fueled Kemp and Raffensperger’s primary challenges, both of whom defied Trump’s pressure to overturn Georgia’s 2020 presidential election results.
Former U.S. Sen. David Perdue was recruited by Trump to challenge Kemp for the Republican gubernatorial nomination, but Perdue has trailed in polls and fundraising. Kemp has grown increasingly confident that the GOP will send him to a rematch with Stacey Abrams, who is running unopposed for the Democratic nomination.