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Mike Lindell Battles $1.3 Billion Lawsuit Against Dominion Voting Systems; Use Code ‘TRUST45’ at if You Support Mike

MyPillow CEO, Mike Lindell is being sued by Dominion Voting Systems, the company that provided the hardware and software involved in the 2020 election that many conservatives blame for issues.

Dominion filed a $1.3 billion lawsuit against Lindell in February of 2021 and recently the Supreme Court permitted both sides to proceed as the MyPillow guys motion attempt to block the case was declined.

Lindell went to the Supreme Court to challenge a ruling by federal court Judge Carl Nichols who wrote in the ruling that Dominion “has adequately alleged that Lindell made his claims knowing that they were false or with reckless disregard for the truth” and therefore had grounds to file a defamation lawsuit.

On Sunday in an interview with 60 minutes, Dominion Voting Systems CEO John Poulos explained his side of the story.

“People have been put into danger. Their families have been put into danger. Their lives have been upended and all because of lies,” Poulos said. “It was a very clear calculation that they knew they were lies. And they were repeating them and endorsing them.”

Meanwhile, the MyPillow CEO stands by his position with a statement from his lawyer saying, “Lindell asserts today, as he did throughout the relevant period, that his statements regarding Dominion, its voting machines, and the integrity of the tabulation were, and continue to be, valid, accurate, and true.”

Dominion also filed the same defamation lawsuit against Fox News for $1.6 billion in March 2021. This case also included a judge dismissing Fox’s bid to throw out the case.

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Dominion sued any conservative voice that was involved in the 2020 election coverage including NewsMax, OANN, Rudy Guliani, and many more.

On the CEO’s podcast, The Lindell Report, he described the treatment he received as he was stopped by FBI agents while going through a Hardee’s drive-thru in Mankato, Minnesota.

“He goes, ‘Well, I got some bad news.’ I’m like, OK, here it comes, right? He goes, ‘We’re taking your cell phone. We have a warrant for your cell phone,” Lindell said. “I said, ‘My whole company, I run five companies off that. I don’t have a computer, my hearing aids run off this, everything runs off my phone.'”

While the FBI did have a proper warrant the reasoning for the seizure remains a mystery.

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