Dominion Files $1.3 Billion Lawsuit Against MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell

Published February 22, 2021 1,135 Views

Rumble Dominion Voting Systems Filed A $1.3 Billion Defamation Lawsuit Today Against The Founder And Ceo Of Mypillow, Mike Lindell.
Dominion Is Saying That Lindell Falsley Accused The Company Of Rigging The 2020 Presidential Election.

The Lawsuit Filed In D.C. Alleges That Lindell Ignored Repeated Warnings From Dominion To Stop Accusing Them Of Engaging In Voter Fraud To Steal The Election From Then President Donald Trump.

Lindell Has Welcomed The Lawsuit Saying He Will Now Have His Opportunity To Reveal His Evidence Of Voter Fraud In A Court Of Law - And That The Discovery Process Will Prove Him Right.

Attorneys For Dominion Allege That Lindell Doesn't Really Believe The Election Was Stolen From Trump, And Is Simply Lying To Enhance His Business.

According To Lindell More Than 20 Retailers Have Now Dropped His Products, Including Bed Bath And Beyond And Kohl's. In Addition Twitter Permanently Banned Him And The Mypillow Account From Their Platform