Mike Lindell, the CEO of My Pillow, who has been hounded by the Biden administration, the leftist corporate media and the Never Trumpers, Dominion Voting Systems and the FBI reported to Steve Bannon on the War Room- on Thursday that the FBI, who stole his phone, is refusing to give it back. Lindell gave Bannon an update about his lawsuit regarding the matter, saying that a judge determined, on Thursday, the corrupt FBI could keep his phone for as long as they wanted.
Lindell’s update to the FBI’s abuse of him comes on the heels of earlier reports in the week that he will be hosting a private event to reveal new detais of what he says will be a groundbreaking developments for election integrity.
Here is the event:
Law and Crime reported details about the ruling for the phone case:
“In a lengthy and emphatic ruling, a Trump-appointed federal judge also refused to order the government to stop scrutinizing the records for their ongoing criminal investigation — and rejected a separate motion to let Lindell see the search warrant materials supporting that search.
Plaintiffs cannot show a likelihood of success on the merits of their claims for another important reason—that Plaintiffs impermissibly seek to rely on this Court’s equitable jurisdiction to enjoin a federal criminal investigation,” U.S. District Judge Eric C. Tostrud wrote in a 36-page opinion and order.
Thursday’s ruling was long-anticipated since Tostrud rejected Lindell and his attorney Alan Dershowitz’s request for a temporary restraining order in September, citing Trump’s defeat in the 11th Circuit on similar legal theories.
Lindell and his company sued the FBI a week after agents seized his cell phone at a Hardee’s fast food drive-thru lane in Mankato, Minnesota, on Sept. 13, 2022. The MyPillow honcho said he’d been returning from a duck hunting trip with his friend in Iowa, when agents questioned him on a variety of topics and took his company-issued phone.
The interview lasted between 40 and 45 minutes, he says.
Though Lindell’s lawsuit alleged an array of constitutional violations — including his First Amendment rights to freely associate, his Fourth Amendment protections against unreasonable searches and seizures, and Fifth Amendment due-process safeguards — Tostrud tossed each of these arguments aside in turn.”
Check it out:
Lindell released the following video to promote his event:
According to Lindell, who ran for chairman of the party earlier in the year, there is a lot happening on the topic of counting ballots. Below is an interview where Lindell talks about his involvement with the RNC:
Here are the details of that interview about the Georgia Republican Party, who elected new leadership, which will allegedy push for paper ballots and hand counting.
“I am working with the RNC for a resolution for paperballots and handcounting,” Lindell said.