Mike Lindell is Losing Business due to his FBI Probe
Uniic Media Newsletter - Thursday - Sept. 22nd, 2022
Donald Trump’s Popularity remains Consistent even through Tough Waters
Across multiple measures and across multiple months, the voter’s view of Donald Trump has remained stable even as he continues to face harsh investigations and remains the face of midterm election debates. 44% of voters viewed Trump favorably and 53% of them viewed him unfavorably. The polling comes from earlier in September just after the news that the DOJ had inquired about Trump’smishandling of confidential documents before his family business was also sued by the NY Attorney General.
Mike Lindell Files a Lawsuit against the FBI for Seizure of his Cell Phone
Mike Lindell, the CEO of MyPillow, has filed a lawsuit against the Federal Government after claims that the FBI seized his cell phone while he was sitting at a drive-thru window. Christopher Wray, the FBI Director, has been named as the defendant along with Merrick Garland, the United States Attorney General.
According to the suit, the Fed’s "had no authority to detain and question Mr. Lindell against his will, and Mr. Lindell’s First Amendment rights were violated because of his efforts to inform the public about alleged fraud and alleged irregularities he believes occurred in order to bring an end to the dependence on computerized voting and tabulating machines in elections." It continues to explain that FBI agents were tracking Lindell’s phone using tracking services that violate the Fourth Amendment.
Labense Bank’s Decline Proposed Government Security Plan and remain Closed Indefintely
After rejecting a government security plan, Lebanon banks have decided to remain closed indefinitely over the rise of protests and heists targeting the failing financial system of the country. It has been made clear that the banks will go through with a three-day strike. The news comes after seven branches were stormed last week with assailants demanding the withdrawal of trapped savings.
Sali Hafez was among them as she broke into a Beirut bank branch with a fake pistol and retrieved $13,000 of savings to cover her sister’s cancer treatment.
Futures Fluctuate after Rough Wednesday
The stock market continued to fluctuate early this morning after the Fed released its latest policy announcement. Jerome Powell also added comments after the fact that sent the markets into complete disarray. S&P 500 futures dropped 0.2%, the DOW saw a decline of 0.1%, and the NASDAQ dipped 0.3%.
The losses in the S&P 500 are the 29th to occur this year between 1% and 2%. In 2008, the index witnessed 32 dips.
John Gibbs has Old Dirt Dug Up against Him
John Gibbs, a Trump-endorsed Michigan Congressional Nominee, once stated that the country would be better off if the women in it could not govern or vote. However, the news comes from a “think tank” founded in the early 2000s named “The Society for the Critique of Feminism.” On the forum, Gibbs argues that women are not as capable as men at thinking logically “without relying upon emotional reasoning.”