Mike Lindell Debanked for Speaking Out Against Election Fraud

CEO of MyPillow Mike Lindell has announced that he’s being forced to close both of the bank accounts he uses for his charities and businesses.

The banks which are forcing Lindell to close out his accounts are Minnesota Bank & Trust and Heartland Financial.

Minnesota Bank & Trust and Heartland Financial have announced that Lindell is being debanked because he is causing them to have “reputational damages.”

Lindell has given back to his community. He also has several Christian drug rehabilitation programs but apparently, his banks are deeming him as a criminal.

Lindell Exposes His Banks Live on War Room

Steve Bannon, on his show War Room, invited Lindell to the show to explain what his banks did to him.

At one point during the show, Bannon played a recording of an executive at Minnesota Bank & Trust. The executive stated Lindell is in the news a lot. Later, the representative also declared if the FBI were to subpoena Lindell’s account, then their bank would suffer reputational damage.

Mike Lindell has been deplatformed from basically every social media app besides GETTR, Gab, and Parler. His product has also been taken off the shelves of 37 retail stores, such as Kohl’s, Bed Bath & Beyond, Wayfair, BJ’s, and much more.

The main reason that he has been targeted by major corporations, banks, and big tech is Lindell has constantly talked about how voter fraud occurred in the 2020 election. Essentially, Lindell is being attacked financially in an attempt to silence him.

One of Lindell’s charities that is being debanked is the Lindell Recovery Network. This network aims to rehabilitate drug users by using Biblical methods.

Lindell, who has recovered from crack cocaine addiction himself, has given God the glory for his recovery. Likewise, now with the Recovery Network, Lindell is giving recovering users hope and accountability partners so they won’t repeat the same mistakes they have made in the past.

Mike Lindell’s Latest Statement Could Be the Reason Why Banks Dropped Him

Lindell, in an interview with Real America’s Voice, stated he had more evidence of election fraud that would put those who broke the laws in prison for life.

As of today, Lindell spent a total of $25 million in his fight against election fraud, which is not a small number at all. He is also being sued by Dominion Voting Machines for $1 billion too.

It’s quite obvious Lindell is being prosecuted for his own political opinions, but it appears the powers that be want to get him financially to see if it will break his character; this would, of course, lead to self-destruction.

Lindell, who stands on faith, hasn’t wavered. He has been fighting hard for truth, no matter how much ridicule is thrown his way.