High Court Snubs “My Pillow Guy’s” Latest Request

WASHINGTON D.C. (trfnews.i234.me) – The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell’s appeal regarding the FBI’s seizure of his cellphone at a fast-food restaurant. Lindell, known for promoting false claims about the 2020 election, alleged the confiscation violated his rights and aimed to stifle his freedom of speech. However, the court declined to reconsider lower court rulings against him.

FBI agents took Lindell’s phone as part of an investigation into a voting system breach in Colorado. Despite his arguments, the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals disagreed with Lindell’s claims.

This decision adds to Lindell’s legal woes, including defamation lawsuits from voting machine companies. His financial troubles worsened after losing major advertising platforms and retailers for MyPillow. Additionally, a judge upheld a $5 million arbitration award against Lindell for election interference claims.

As Lindell faces ongoing legal battles, his attempts to challenge the FBI’s actions have been unsuccessful, marking another setback for the controversial figure.

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