Mike Lindell De-platformed By His Bank, All Accounts Terninated !

by Allen Williams

Mike Lindell's Minnesota Bank & Trust. a subsidiary of Heartland Financial, a globalist banking conglomerate has just given Lindell an ultimatum that he is to divest himself of his media platform Frankspeech.com in 7 days and another 30 days to divest himself of the Lindell Recovery Network, mypillow.com, etc or they are cancelling all of his accounts. I have to look and see where my country has gone. This is exactly what Joseph Goebbels and the NAZIS did to the jews in Germany. Of course, Lindell refused.

Now we have globalist financial conglomerates expanding their operations to include de-platforming enemies of totalitarianism. We're getting really close to REV 13 which says: 'No man may buy or sell.. Save he that have the mark.'  Get Ready as a  wave of corporate fascism sweeps over the U.S.


Minnesota bank heartlessly CANCELS Mike Lindell's Recovery Network

From Trending Politics:

Best known as the CEO of MyPillow, Mike Lindell says one of the nation’s largest banks is moving to dump the nine businesses and charities he has founded in the wake of his success with MyPillow.

Among them are the social media sites FrankSpeech.com and Lindell TV, and the Lindell Recovery Network, which helps people overcome addictions, Lindell said in an interview Friday with Steve Bannon’s “War Room” podcast.”

Bannon played a recording of a telephone call between a top executive at Minnesota Bank & Trust and Lindell’s controller.

The executive asked in the call why the bank, a subsidiary of Heartland Financial, is associated with “someone who could be in the news.”

“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,” the executive said.

“So it’s more of a reputation risk,” he said.

You can listen to that conversation here on Rumble:

Read the entire article here: https://ussanews.com/mike-lindell-cancelled-by-his-bank-all-accounts-gone/

I contacted Minnesoata Bank & Trust and seperately emailed CEO Stephen Bishop.saying among other things:

"Banks spy on their customers and deny them access to their own accounts through ‘On line banking software’ which indicates just how much of a strangle hold you have on government Regulators.  Ever since the landmark decision of Waters v. Wachovia ,federal financial institutions were removed from state oversight and you have gained a free rein.

Lindell manages a number of philanthropic organizations which help people get back on their feet which is obviously offensive to you. Your demands are outrageous and why we need Frankspeech.com to keep individual’s voices from being completely silenced.

Apparently the Banking industry is reaching for a new low and this says something given the business practices of this day and time. The banks have a historical record of ‘untoward ideas and policies’ along the lines of David Rockefeller and company.

Thanks for making this a public issue, one of the main reasons that I watch Bannon and other ‘free speech’ offerings, on Frankspeech.com because we never would have heard about this outrage from the mainstream news media. You are not winning the war of ideas and will eventually bear the brunt of consequences for entertaining ideas from outside interests to shut Lindell down.

Enjoy the free publicity and we’ll see how well your business fares as this information makes its way around."

I got a reply from the Banking staff that they will grt back to me in a few days (HAH!) but nothing from Steve Bishop.

I think we’re all pretty Fed Up with America’s Bank policies and practices, I know I am.  It’s well known how banks attach multiple ‘conditions’ to all their financial loan transactions and now it appears that its politics, too !  

Mike needs our support now more than ever!

Please shop directly at MyPillow.com and you can use promo code WLT to get the max discount.


Judicial Watch Sues FBI for Records on Alleged Transfer of Bank Financial Data of Every Person in Washington, DC Area around January 6

by Judicial Watch

(Washington, DC) 
Judicial Watch announced today it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the United States Department of Justice for records of communication between the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and several financial institutions about the reported transfer of financial transactions made by people in DC, Maryland and Virginia on January 5 and January 6, 2021 (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of Justice (No. 1:21-cv-01216)). Last week, the FBI refused to confirm or deny any such records exist.

The lawsuit was filed after the FBI failed to respond to a February 10, 2021, FOIA request seeking:

All records of communication between the FBI and any financial institution, including but not limited to Bank of America, Citibank, Chase Manhattan Bank, Discover, and/or American Express, in which the FBI sought transaction data for those financial institutions’ debit and credit card account holders who made purchases in Washington, DC, Maryland and/or Virginia on January 5, 2021 and/or January 6, 2021.

Bank of America reportedly “actively but secretly engaged in the hunt for extremists in cooperation with the government” and, following the events of January 6, gave the FBI financial records of their customers who fit the following profile:

1.         Customers confirmed as transacting, either through bank account debit card or credit card purchases in Washington, D.C. between 1/5 and 1/6.

2.         Purchases made for Hotel/Airbnb RSVPs in DC, VA, and MD after 1/6.

3.         Any purchase of weapons or at a weapons-related merchant between 1/7 and their upcoming suspected stay in D.C. area around Inauguration Day.

4.         Airline related purchases since 1/6.

On June 8, 2021, the court overseeing the lawsuit ordered the FBI/DOJ to respond substantively to Judicial Watch’s request within 30 days.

On June 17, 2021, the FBI responded to Judicial Watch’s request, stating that the request was “too broad” and asked for “further clarification and/or narrowing” of the request.

On June 24, 2021, Judicial Watch responded to this request by sending a news article detailing Bank of America’s handing over transaction records to the FBI of people in the Washington, DC area around the date of January 6.


Citibank Cuts Off Gun Businesses but Does Business With Iranian Terrorists

by Jack Davis

Citibank is being attacked for its recent actions to limit sales of legal firearms by critics who note that the massive bank was willing to do business with Iran a few years ago until it was fined by the Treasury Department.

“Citibank…they preemptively buckled under the pressure by refusing to cooperate with businesses that legally sell certain #firearms…Meanwhile, the Treasury Department found that same company, @Citibank, violated sanctions and did business with, wait for it…Iran!” NRATV tweeted, quoting spokesperson Dana Loesch.

Last week, Citibank said that it would no longer do business with legal firearms stores unless they agree to the bank’s most recent demands.

“Under this new policy, we will require new retail sector clients or partners to adhere to these best practices: (1) they don’t sell firearms to someone who hasn’t passed a background check, (2) they restrict the sale of firearms for individuals under 21 years of age, and (3) they don’t sell bump stocks or high-capacity magazines,” wrote Ed Skylar, executive vice president of global public affairs, on the bank’s blog.

Skylar insisted that the policy “is not centered on an ideological mission to rid the world of firearms.” “But we want to do our part as a company to prevent firearms from getting into the wrong hands,” he wrote.

But some noted that Citibank has, in the past, been willing to do business with groups that were banned by the U.S. government.

IRAN: THE ROLE OF CITIBANK – The New York Times – https://t.co/sLLNjjYWqB
Citibank refuses to do business with Companies who sell guns to Americans but they deal with Iran? Once again "To be a Democrat, you must first be a lying hypocrite."  — Larry Nelson (@southernarcher) March 27, 2018

In 2014, Citibank was required to pay $217,841, Reuters reported.

The Treasury Department said at the time that the bank was under investigation for violating multiple sanctions programs of the Office of Foreign Assets Control. It alleged that Citibank processed more than $750,000 worth of transactions to banned individuals or groups in Iran.

Loesch was not alone in criticizing the actions of the bank.

South Dakota state Rep. Kristi Noem, a Republican, said that the bank is trampling on the Americans’ rights.  “This is a constitutionally protected right. The Second Amendment is incredibly important to the people of South Dakota and what Citibank did was to come out and infringe on that right,” she told KSFY.

“I do not think it’s a business’s place to mandate to people, that they do business with, especially a bank, that they have to comply with their own set of rules and regulations,” Noem said.