Bruce Kolinski, P.E. (Retired)
2 min ago
Mission success requires effective team management.
The Republican National Committee (RNC) regardless intent has specifically failed Republican voters since 2020 and has generally failed to stand for a secure U.S. electoral system. Whatever success RNC leadership claims, RNC Chair, Ms. Ronna McDaniel and RNC Chief Counsel, Mr. Justin Riemer have weakly pandered to, and abjectly failed since November 2020 to aggressively fight for Republican voting rights or for overall election integrity. The entire country lives with corruption as a result.
How on Earth are we supposed to convincingly GET THE VOTE OUT, when tax paying “would be” voters KNOW their votes mean nothing when election fraud enabled by early voting, ballot harvesting, late voting, and machine voting will together with legislative and judicial complicity disenfranchise their votes? It’s the count that elects, not the ballots.
The RNC has openly conducted itself as a professionally expensive pandering society helping bring about a totalitarian globalist future for American citizens. Regardless intention, that is the result of their efforts. Exposure, speeches, and obscenely racked up levels of RNC expenses do not add up to accountability for election integrity or for citizen friendly, operational government processes. It is my humble opinion that RNC leadership MUST be changed and the entire RNC organization revamped for honest voter representation and America First effectiveness.
At present it appears Ms. Harmeet Dhillon and Mr. Michael Lindell are front runners for RNC chair in 2023. Both are highly respected leaders in the Republican Party and are worthy of consideration. For what it’s worth, my Sonoran Desert thoughts on this are as follows:
Good managers manage effectively and generally speaking; an individual successfully managing an auto factory, potato chip factory, pillow factory, or other endeavor will likely do well managing most anything—at least anything not requiring extensive technical or other special expertise.
♣Mike Lindell is a proven manager, proven fund raiser, and proven workaholic making energizer bunnies look lazy by comparison. He donates his own time and spends tens of millions of his own hard earned dollars fighting diligently for election integrity and trying to educate eligible voters regarding same. I know of no other person in America more deserving of a shot as RNC Chairman.
♣Harmeet Dhillon is an experienced, successful, nationally recognized attorney and proven warrior litigator. Her skill set is impressive across a broad range of advocacy terrain, one aspect of which is “election law”. I have no idea as to Ms. Dhillon’s managerial capability, but let’s assume it’s exceptional.
If Harmeet Dhillon becomes RNC Chairwoman, she will be handcuffed by routine travel along with managerial and fund raising tasks. These are not small things in any realm, certainly not within the octagon of political in and out fighting. With Ms. Dhillon as RNC Chairwoman, the Republican Party loses her skills as successful litigating warrior. Is loss of Ms. Dhillon’s highest and best use a good choice? Would Ms. Dhillon consider or accept a juicier role as RNC Chief Counsel? In the present felonious circumstance, Ms. Dhillon can spend weeks arguing before and coordinating arguments before District Courts and the Supreme Circus.
Mike Lindell is a proven manager and fund raiser. This is his skill set—his highest and best use. Mike is a fighter but not a litigator and the RNC desperately requires talented legal counsel to represent freedom as well as quality management. Can we have both?
I propose consideration of Harmeet Dhillon as our RNC warrior litigator (Chief Counsel) and Mike Lindell as RNC Chairman. The America First RNC doesn’t just need a strong, aggressive leader; it also requires a strong warrior team to overcome the staggering globalist odds stacked against U.S. election integrity and freedom.