Mike Lindell under investigation for identity theft and damage to the computer connected to the voting machine

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Peter Kavinsky

Mike Lindell’s efforts to help Donald Trump and the campaign to overturn the 2020 election may have finally landed him in trouble.

NBC News reported Wednesday that the hybrid pillow salesman and political operative are under federal investigation for a number of serious crimes related to their efforts to prove that widespread election fraud or other election-related antics cost Donald Trump’s 2020 election. continued to pursue these conspiracies throughout 2022, despite continued insistence from relevant federal and state agencies that its assertions are incorrect, as well as its own inability to present any kind of evidence.

Among the charges Lindell could face, according to NBC News, are identity fraud, damage to a computer connected to a Colorado voting machine and conspiracy to defraud the United States.

It’s unclear why Lindell would invest in trying to prove fraud in Colorado, which is a bluish-purple state and previously voted against Trump in 2016.

However, your efforts in these states could land you in prison if you are charged and later found guilty by a jury; The charges have yet to be formally filed, but Lindell had his phone seized by FBI agents at a Hardee’s last week.

The investigation into MyPillow’s CEO comes as separate investigations pursue Trump, who remains the ex-president-in-exile at his Mar-a-Lago, Florida estate.

The president remains under investigation for the alleged illegal withholding of highly classified documents, and the Justice Department remains busy with a second investigation on Jan. 6 and efforts to overturn the 2020 election.

Separately, prosecutors in Fulton County, Georgia, have launched an investigation into efforts to affect election results in that state that arrested members of Trump’s former legal team.

Mike Lindell’s efforts to help Donald Trump and the campaign to overturn the 2020 election may have finally landed him in trouble.

NBC News reported Wednesday that the hybrid pillow salesman and political operative are under federal investigation for a number of serious crimes related to their efforts to prove that widespread election fraud or other election-related antics cost Donald Trump’s 2020 election. continued to pursue these conspiracies throughout 2022, despite continued insistence from relevant federal and state agencies that its assertions are incorrect, as well as its own inability to present any kind of evidence.

Among the charges Lindell could face, according to NBC News, are identity fraud, damage to a computer connected to a Colorado voting machine and conspiracy to defraud the United States.

It’s unclear why Lindell would invest in trying to prove fraud in Colorado, which is a bluish-purple state and previously voted against Trump in 2016.

However, your efforts in these states could land you in prison if you are charged and later found guilty by a jury; The charges have yet to be formally filed, but Lindell had his phone seized by FBI agents at a Hardee’s last week.

The investigation into MyPillow’s CEO comes as separate investigations pursue Trump, who remains the ex-president-in-exile at his Mar-a-Lago, Florida estate.

The president remains under investigation for the alleged illegal withholding of highly classified documents, and the Justice Department remains busy with a second investigation on Jan. 6 and efforts to overturn the 2020 election.

Separately, prosecutors in Fulton County, Georgia, have launched an investigation into efforts to affect election results in that state that arrested members of Trump’s former legal team.

Mike Lindell’s efforts to help Donald Trump and the campaign to overturn the 2020 election may have finally landed him in trouble.

NBC News reported Wednesday that the hybrid pillow salesman and political operative are under federal investigation for a number of serious crimes related to their efforts to prove that widespread election fraud or other election-related antics cost Donald Trump’s 2020 election. continued to pursue these conspiracies throughout 2022, despite continued insistence from relevant federal and state agencies that its assertions are incorrect, as well as its own inability to present any kind of evidence.

Among the charges Lindell could face, according to NBC News, are identity fraud, damage to a computer connected to a Colorado voting machine and conspiracy to defraud the United States.

It’s unclear why Lindell would invest in trying to prove fraud in Colorado, which is a bluish-purple state and previously voted against Trump in 2016.

However, your efforts in these states could land you in prison if you are charged and later found guilty by a jury; The charges have yet to be formally filed, but Lindell had his phone seized by FBI agents at a Hardee’s last week.

The investigation into MyPillow’s CEO comes as separate investigations pursue Trump, who remains the ex-president-in-exile at his Mar-a-Lago, Florida estate.

The president remains under investigation for the alleged illegal withholding of highly classified documents, and the Justice Department remains busy with a second investigation on Jan. 6 and efforts to overturn the 2020 election.

Separately, prosecutors in Fulton County, Georgia, have launched an investigation into efforts to affect election results in that state that arrested members of Trump’s former legal team.

Mike Lindell’s efforts to help Donald Trump and the campaign to overturn the 2020 election may have finally landed him in trouble.

NBC News reported Wednesday that the hybrid pillow salesman and political operative are under federal investigation for a number of serious crimes related to their efforts to prove that widespread election fraud or other election-related antics cost Donald Trump’s 2020 election. continued to pursue these conspiracies throughout 2022, despite continued insistence from relevant federal and state agencies that its assertions are incorrect, as well as its own inability to present any kind of evidence.

Among the charges Lindell could face, according to NBC News, are identity fraud, damage to a computer connected to a Colorado voting machine and conspiracy to defraud the United States.

It’s unclear why Lindell would invest in trying to prove fraud in Colorado, which is a bluish-purple state and previously voted against Trump in 2016.

However, your efforts in these states could land you in prison if you are charged and later found guilty by a jury; The charges have yet to be formally filed, but Lindell had his phone seized by FBI agents at a Hardee’s last week.

The investigation into MyPillow’s CEO comes as separate investigations pursue Trump, who remains the ex-president-in-exile at his Mar-a-Lago, Florida estate.

The president remains under investigation for the alleged illegal withholding of highly classified documents, and the Justice Department remains busy with a second investigation on Jan. 6 and efforts to overturn the 2020 election.

Separately, prosecutors in Fulton County, Georgia, have launched an investigation into efforts to affect election results in that state that arrested members of Trump’s former legal team.

Peter Kavinsky

Peter Kavinsky is the Executive Editor at cablefreetv.org

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