MyPillow CEO and noted conspiracy theorist Mike Lindell announced Monday that he is running to chair the Republican National Committee.

"I am 100% running for the RNC chairman against [current chair] Ronna McDaniel," Lindell told Steve Bannon, an ally to former President Trump, on his podcast.

Mike Lindell announces his campaign to run for chair of the Republican National Committee on Steve Bannon's podcast.

Lindell is one of the most vocal Trump supporters in the country, gaining prominence among the Republican Party shortly following the 2020 election.

Lindell elevated a litany of election conspiracies to the mainstream, releasing a documentary alleging the 2020 presidential election was rigged, and reportedly spending $25 million to push false pro-Trump election claims.

The current chair of the RNC, Ronna McDaniel, has served in the position since 2017. Also a longtime Trump loyalist, McDaniel has played her role in sewing mistrust into the American election system.

Early in 2022, McDaniel and the RNC declared the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol as "legitimate political discourse," while also voting to censure Republican representatives who went against Trump.

McDaniel's claims of election fraud became so expansive that the Michigan Department of State, the state where she previously served as Republican Party chair, issued a statement saying her claims held "no merit."

McDaniel is still the favorite to win reelection to the post, especially as Republicans have coalesced behind her following reports of a potential challenge from former New York GOP gubernatorial candidate, Lee Zeldin.

The inclusion of Lindell into this race only adds to the ongoing schism in the Republican Party, as members struggle to pick up the pieces following a disastrous midterm election.