One surefire way to tell how well the DOJ’s investigations into Donald Trump are going is to see just how focused they are.
It stands to reason that the Justice Department would have a laser-like, pin-point probe had they found some evidence of some actual crime having been committed by the former President. After all, with the entire force of the federal government behind them, you’d think that they’ve be able to dig up all of the data they’d ever need to accomplish their goal of preventing Trump from running for office again.
But instead, there have been zero charges filed against Trump, and zero indication that any are coming.
And, to top it all off, the DOJ has gotten so desperate in their attempts to catch Trump in something, that they’re now sending FBI agents after his buddies while they’re ordering fast food.
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, a supporter of Donald Trump who has espoused the former president’s false claims that the 2020 election was stolen, said he was served a federal subpoena Tuesday and that his phone was seized by federal agents.Trending:
Lindell claimed in a video posted online Tuesday that FBI agents approached him after he ordered food at a Hardee’s drive-thru in Mankato, Minnesota. Patrick McSweeney, an attorney for Lindell, confirmed in an email to CBS News that the subpoena was served and Lindell’s cell phone was confiscated.
“We pull ahead and a car comes perpendicular and parks a little ways in front of us, and I’ve been around the block, and I said to my buddy, I said, ‘Uh that’s either a bad guy, or it’s FBI,'” Lindell said in the video.
Lindell didn’t seem too terribly upset, and even went out of his way to suggest that the agents involved were all rather polite.
Donald Trump, on the other hand, was livid.
Donald Trump has yet to face any charges in any of the plethora of investigations that he currently faces, leading a great deal of credibility to the theory that the DOJ is simply fishing for political dirt to use against him in upcoming elections.