Mike Lindell sells his private jet for $2.5 Million to fight dominion lawsuit

Mike Lindell sells his private jet for $2.5 Million to fight dominion lawsuit

Mike Lindell, Ceo of Mypillow sold his privet jet for $ 2.5 Million in order to fight the law suit against the long term law suit against him filed by Dominion Voting Systems. Mike Lindell and Dominion have several pending court cases against them. Mike Lindell has shown various proofs and also performed an event – Cyber Symposium to show how the US 2020 elections were rigged.

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Mike Lindell sells off private jet for $2.5 Million.

Salon exclusively reported that MyPillow sold off a 1993 Dassault-Breguet Falcon 50 with tail number N497SP this July. On July 26, Lindell transferred ownership of the jet to an entity called Clyde Air LLC, according to FAA records.

Located at 10 Rowes Wharf, Clyde Air LLC could be acquired by investor Frank Selldorff, founder of Momentum Equity Partners and Meteorix.

Lindell’s three-engine plane is not known for how much it sold for, but a similar plane is currently on the market for $2.5 million. We contacted Selldorff but he did not respond immediately.

Sold to fight Dominion?

The last photo put by Mike with his plane was on MAY 10, 2021


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After this photo we could not find any latest photos of this jet. So indeed the rumour is true and Mike is selling his jet, the reason is still not confirmed by him but it can surely be because of the Dominion legal case.


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