Pillow salesman and Trump ally Mike Lindell says the FBI subpoenaed him for the contents of his phone.

Lindell shared copies of an FBI subpoena on social media and conservative media.

In an interview with CNN, Lindell said agents asked questions about Tina Peters, the Mesa County, Colorado, clerk who faces state charges related to a scheme that allegedly allowed an unauthorized person to access voting machines. Peters has pleaded not guilty.

CNN reports that the FBI is investigating part of the security breach.

Lindell said the FBI encounter happened Tuesday afternoon while he was in his car at a drive-thru at a Hardee’s restaurant in Minnesota.

On his Internet show, “The Lindell Report,” he said, “Cars pulled up in front of us, next to us and behind us and I said, ‘These are the bad guys or the FBI.’ Well, it turns out they were the FBI.”

Lindell told CNN that officers served him with a subpoena and demanded his phone.

On his Internet show, Lindell said, “He says, ‘Well, I’ve got some bad news…’ He says, ‘We’re taking your cell phone. We have a warrant for your cell phone.’

Lindell resisted at first and consulted her attorney, but later relented and handed the device over to the officers.

“I want to say this for the record, they were pretty cool guys. None of them had attitude,” Lindell said on his show.

Lindell told CNN he initially believed agents were serving him a subpoena in recent days as part of a large investigative sweep related to the Jan. 6, 2021, investigation. Officers told him it was unrelated.

“I said, ‘Well, bring me to January 6,'” he told agents, “I want to be a part of that show.”

Lindell said the subpoena warned against disclosure.

“They thought they were there to scare me; they’re not going to scare me,” Lindell told CNN.

An FBI spokesperson told CNN: “Without commenting on this specific matter, I can confirm that the FBI was at the location executing a search warrant authorized by a federal judge.”

CNN has reached out to Peters’ attorney for comment.