Here’s the Notes Mike Lindell Shared with the President


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CEO of MyPillow Mike Lindell, a loyal ally of President Donald Trump, was seen leaving the Oval Office on Friday with mysterious notes in hand.


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Washington Post photographer Jabin Botsford was able to take pictures of the notes. However, they were folded in the middle, and most of the sentences were incomplete.

The attention-grabbing title of the document reads “…TAKEN IMMEDIATELY TO SAVE THE … CONSTITUTION.”

“Move Kash Patel to CIA Acting” can also be read on the photographs of the notes.

Patel is the chief of staff to acting Secretary of Defense Christopher Miller. However,  the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is currently under Gina Haspel.

The words martial law are also mentioned in the document. “… martial law if necessary upon the first hint of any …” read the notes. Right now, we can only guess what the document is really about.

Additionally, the White House didn’t immediately respond when requested for details about the meeting.

According to a Washington Examiner report that Lindell posted on Twitter, he shared a document with the president and the White House lawyers, advising President Trump to replace Haspel. He added that he was just a “messenger” for an attorney who he wouldn’t name.

Trump read the document and returned it to him.

“It wasn’t an official thing. It was from a lawyer who said it was a suggestion for him [Trump],” he told The Epoch Times. “That’s what I get for trying to be a nice guy and deliver something for someone.”

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