It seems MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell’s money problems just keep getting worse and worse for the Trump-loving conspiracy theorist after he admitted during a recent appearance on Steve Bannon’s podcast that his personal bank has asked him to close his account and find somewhere else to conduct his financial business, as they allegedly fear “reputational damage” that could very well come from extended association with the MAGA crazed pillow salesman.
During the podcast appearance, Lindell played a recording to Bannon and listeners of a message he claims was left by his bank, Heartland Financial. The supposed bank representative tells Lindell in the message that he has 30 days to find somewhere else to conduct his financial business, and states in the message that he fears his bank records will soon be subpoenaed by federal authorities (as many Trump allies’ have in recent weeks) and rightfully expressed his concern regarding the risk that would be to the bank’s reputation and public image.
But, as you’d expect from Mike Lindell, he was quick to assert that he has absolutely no intention of honoring the bank’s (alleged) request — instead telling Bannon that he absolutely refuses to pull his funds from the financial institution.
“I said, ‘I am not being part of this. I’m not leaving. So you’re going to have to throw me out of your bank,'” Lindell told host Bannon during the podcast appearance.
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Salon reports that representatives for the MyPillow CEO did not return their request for comment regarding the story.
Mike Lindell is already facing down some serious financial problems, as he goes head to head against a billion-dollar lawsuit from Dominion Voting Systems after he publicly slandered the company and accused them of being a large part of voter/election fraud in the 2020 presidential election.
“Where does it end everybody?” Lindell whined on the podcast. “Where does it end?”
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