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FBI Surrounded Mike Lindell At Hardee’s


Conservatives have now become enemy number one.

While Mike Lindel was at a Hardees in Minnesota, FBI agents surrounded him and issued him a warrant for his phone.

In a new interview, Lindell stated while he pulled up to a Hardees in his home state of Minnesota, a swarm of FBI agents surrounded his car and demanded to see his phone.

The agents then handed Lindell a warrant that was issued for Lindell’s phone.

Lindell refused to give the phone at first and stated that his business was run on his phone and that even his hearing aides are connected to it.

Despite his pushback, Lindell ended up handing over the phone to avoid arrest.

Watch Lindell break the situation down here:

The Daily Beast had more details to add:

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell told The Daily Beast on Tuesday night that the FBI seized his cellphone while he was at a Hardee’s restaurant.

Lindell also posted on social media a grand jury subpoena from a federal prosecutor in Colorado and what appears to be a search warrant related to a federal investigation into breached voting machines in Mesa County, Colorado.

The warrant requests “all records and information on the LINDELL CELLPHONE that constitute fruits, evidence, or instrumentalities of violations” relating to identity theft, intentional damage to a protected computer, and conspiracy to commit the previous two crimes. The warrant cites violations “involving Tina Peters, Conan James Hayes, Belinda Knisley, Sandra Brown, Sherronna Bishop, Michael Lindell, and/or Douglas Frank, among other co-conspirators known and unknown to the government.”

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Todd Starnes reported the story too:

Mike Lindell, the founder of MyPillow and one of President Trump’s most loyal supporters, was raided by the FBI today.

Lindell says he was on a hunting trip with a friend. He says he stopped at a Hardee’s restaurant.

“Cars pulled up in front of us, to the side of us, and behind us and I said those are either bad guys or the FBI. Well, it turns out they were the FBI,” Lindell said on video.

“I can’t even imagine that you can take someone’s phone because they want me to be a witness in the Tina Peters case. But I’m not a witness, they just want my phone,” he said.


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