Kansas GOP Picks Election Conspiracy Theorist as New Leader – Infighting Intensifies

The Kansas Republican Party has chosen Mike Brown as its new leader, a man who has promoted unfounded conspiracy theories about the 2020 election.

The selection of Brown comes amid infighting among the state GOP, which has been divided over how to move forward after the election. Brown, who has been a vocal advocate of the false claim that the election was stolen from former President Donald Trump, was chosen over other candidates who had the backing of party officials.

The selection of Brown has been met with criticism from Democrats and some Republicans. The Kansas Reflector reported that Brown has been a vocal proponent of the conspiracy theory alleging that the 2020 election was rigged, and has made numerous false claims about the election.

Brown has also been a vocal critic of the state’s Democratic governor, Laura Kelly, and has been an outspoken supporter of the former president.

The Kansas Republican Party has defended its decision to select Brown, saying that it was made in the best interest of the party. However, many have questioned the decision and whether Brown’s views are in line with the party’s values.

The selection of Brown comes at a time when the party is facing a number of challenges, including how to move forward after the 2020 election and how to rebuild its base of support.