CEO who supported Trump is being threatened in a terrifying way

The establishment continues to go after Donald Trump.

Not even his supporters are safe from its wrath.

And one CEO who supported Trump is being threatened in a terrifying way.

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell is the latest right-winger to experience “de-banking,” the practice of banks abruptly withdrawing services from customers for political reasons.

In the past, porn stars were frequently de-banked, and now it’s Christian Conservatives who supported the Republican president.

That’s how extreme the establishment has become.

Lindell raised questions about election fraud in 2020. 

Of course, Democrats have claimed nearly every election that didn’t go their way was “stolen” over the last two decades.

But now they consider merely raising concerns about fraud in the 2020 election a crime against humanity. 

It was acceptable for Democrats to claim that the 2000 election was stolen because of the Florida recount or the 2004 election was stolen because of Diebold voting machines or the 2016 election was stolen because of Russian collusion.

Democrats even implored the electoral college not to certify Donald Trump’s election.

But Lindell’s support for an election audit has made him so toxic to the establishment, the bank handling his multi-million-dollar accounts wants him gone.

During an appearance on Steve Bannon’s podcast, Lindell played an audio clip between Minnesota Bank & Trust and Lindell’s representative.

In the clip, the banker on the call is heard saying “Not that the FBI is even sniffing and looking, but what if somebody came and said, ‘Do you know what? We are going to subpoena all of his account records, and this and that.’ And then all of a sudden we make the news…So it’s more of a reputation risk.”

This is why the Left wins.

They use the corporate-controlled press as a club against their political enemies.

The bank is dropping Lindell because it’s afraid of getting called names in the press.

Lindell has nine different business accounts with the bank, and he was given 30 days to get rid of all of them.

Lindell told Bannon, “I am not being part of this. I’m not leaving. So you’re going to have to throw me out of your bank…Where does it end, everybody? Where does it end?”

Divesting from Lindell’s multi-million-dollar empire illustrates a clear acceleration of the culture war.

A few years ago, relatively obscure right-wing commentators were being de-banked.

Now it’s Lindell, who has a net worth exceeding $100 million.

If Lindell can be de-banked, then nobody is safe.

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.

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