Supreme Court Declines to Hear Mike Lindell’s Appeal

The United States Supreme Court has declined to hear an appeal from MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell.

Lindell had requested that the high court review his claim that the government violated his First and Fourth Amendment rights while seizing his cell phone.

However, Lindell’s case was denied along with several other denials issued by the court this week.

The SCOTUS ruling comes nearly two years after prosecutors had his cell phone seized.

In September 2022, Lindell said FBI agents surrounded him at a Hardee’s restaurant.

They demanded he turn over his phone.

Lindell has been under investigation over the suspicion of sharing sensitive information regarding Colorado voting machines during the 2020 election.

The MyPillow founder first challenged the seizure in 2022.

However, his case has since been under appeal.

In the appellate decision to deny Lindell’s challenge last September U.S. Circuit Judge Ralph Erickson wrote:

“Lindell’s irritation as to where and how the government took possession of his cell phone does not give rise to a constitutional claim, let alone a showing of a callous disregard for his constitutional rights.”

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The investigation is centered around Mesa County, Colorado clerk Tina Peters.

Peters was indicted in March 2022 on seven felony charges and three misdemeanors.

Her charges were related to efforts to uncover evidence of election fraud.

Peters’ trial isn’t scheduled to begin until July 29.

Lindell has also urged the Supreme Court to hear arguments in a separate case surrounding his concerns about election fraud.

In March, he asked the Supreme Court to fast-track a lawsuit challenging the use of electronic tabulation systems in elections ahead of the November presidential race.

He has said this case would bring “explosive” evidence” about the 2020 election in his filing.

Lindell said he believes the evidence will “shock the world.”

However, the court has not yet said whether it will hear the case.

Lindell has a history of legal cases related to the 2020 election.

They include a pair of costly defamation cases with voting machine companies.

In February, Lindell was ordered to pay a man the $5 million reward he promised at a “Prove Mike Wrong Challenge” about the 2020 election.

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