Mike Lindell Is Going After The FBI In New Lawsuit

(FreedomBeacon.com)- Mike Lindell, the CEO of My Pillow, stated his intention to sue the FBI in an interview with The Western Journal last Monday.

Lindell claims that FBI involvement caused a recent business deal he was involved in to fail.  My Pillow’s CEO created mystore.com, a “mini-Amazon” platform where entrepreneurs in the United States could sell their products.

According to the CEO, four out of five firms that teamed with Lindell dropped out of the contract after learning of the FBI’s involvement in Lindell’s affairs. Four of them phoned and said they don’t want to do business now that the FBI is involved.

Lindell explained that people now perceive that he has committed a crime or done something terrible.  Lindell claimed that a bank persuaded one of his mystore.com partners to quit the agreement because the FBI seized his cell phone, which he uses for business.

According to reports, FBI investigators executed a search warrant on Lindell when he was waiting in the drive-thru of a Hardee’s in Mankato, Minnesota. Lindell was compelled to give his phone to FBI investigators.

The search warrant was granted in connection with an FBI investigation into a Colorado official suspected of permitting an unauthorized individual to sneak into the county’s voting system to hunt for evidence that would verify accusations that the 2020 election was stolen.

Lindell claims that the FBI has yet to charge him with any offense, but the agency’s accusations may cost him tens of millions of dollars by forcing potential vendors out of the mystore.com contract.

Lindell told The Western Journal that the FBI is stealing his livelihood. The CEO added that he was going to sue the FBI and the US government for infringing on his First Amendment, Fourth Amendment, Fifth Amendment, and Sixth Amendment rights and that his lawsuit would be filed within a day.

“This can no longer happen in our country,” Lindell stated.