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BREAKING: My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell Has Cell Phone Seized By FBI Agents While On A Hunting Trip “It’s Disgusting” He Says

My Pillow Founder Mike Lindell, one of former President Donald Trump’s most prominent public supporters, had his phone seized by the FBI while he was on a hunting trip.

The Bureau surrounded Lindell’s car and then confiscated his cell phone.

“I have my own breaking news tonight,” Lindell said on a live stream. “This afternoon I was, I went down hunting in Iowa for the early teal season with my friend this morning at 4 a.m. We got up headed down to Iowas. We were coming back and we stopped to get — go through a Hardee’s in Mankato, where I was born, in Makato, Minnesota. And 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.’ It turns out they were the FBI.”

“The FBI came after me and took my phone,” Lindell continued. “That I run all my business, everything with. What they’ve done is weaponize-the FBI, it’s disgusting. I don’t have a computer. Everything I do is off that phone. Everything was on there. And they told me not to tell anybody. Here’s an order: ‘Don’t tell anybody!’ ‘Ok, I won’t!’ Well, I am.”

“An official criminal investigation of a suspected felony is being conducted by an agency of the United States and a Federal Grand Jury in the District of Colorado,” Lindell referred to the subpoena he received. “As a subpoena recipient, you are not under an obligation of secrecy. However, we request that you not dislike the existence of this subpoena for an indefinite period of time.”

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Lindell believes the FBI needs information on his friends Dennis Montgomery.

“They are looking for the terabytes from Dennis Montgomery,” Lindell told the Daily Best. “I hope they lift the gag order.”

Once agents contacted Lindell, one of them said, “Well I got some bad news. … we’re taking your cell phone, we have a warrant for your cell phone.”

Lindell initially claimed he resisted handing over his cell phone to the special agents. “I run five companies off that, I don’t have a computer, my hearing aids run off this,” Lindell explained. “Everything runs off my phone.”

The famous CEO asked his lawyer what the best action to take was, and the lawyer told Lindell to give the phone to the FBI.

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