MyPillow founder and prominent Trump supporter Mike Lindell suggested on Wednesday that he may launch a gubernatorial run in Minnesota.

“I promise if we flip Minnesota red, I will run for governor!” Lindell exclaimed during a speech at Trump’s Duluth rally. The next gubernatorial election in Minnesota would take place in November 2022.

Trump, who is looking to flip Minnesota after narrowly losing in 2016, has previously asked Lindell to run for political office.

“You should run,” Trump told Lindell at a Minnesota rally earlier in the year. “You should run. He has my complete and total endorsement. You should run. You’d be a hell of a governor. At least you know one thing, Minnesota would be well promoted. Mike, run for governor, please.”

Lindell, a former cocaine addict and evangelical Christian, has frequently lavished praise on Trump. During a gathering of business leaders at the White House in March, Lindell claimed that Trump brought religion back to public life.

“God gave us grace on November 8, 2016, to change the course we were on,” Lindell said, referring to the day that Trump was elected president. “Taken out of our schools and lives, a nation had turned its back on God.”

Lindell has previously called Trump the “greatest president” in U.S. history and said Trump was “chosen by God.”

If Lindell does choose to run for office, his record as a businessman may come under scrutiny. The Better Business Bureau has revoked the accreditation of MyPillow and gave the company an “F” rating.

Lindell has also promoted an unproven cure for the coronavirus, a plant extract called oleandrin. Lindell has a financial stake in a company that manufactures oleandrin, with CNN anchor Anderson Cooper calling Lindell a “snake oil salesman” for pushing the drug.

If Lindell does manage to become Minnesota’s governor, it would not be the first time the Gopher State chose an unconventional leader. Former professional wrestler Jesse Ventura served one term as Minnesota’s governor from 1999 to 2003.