Mike Lindell Targeted With $1.3-Billion Defamation Lawsuit

Mike Lindell Targeted With $1.3-Billion Defamation Lawsuit

(AbsoluteNews.com) – After the 2020 presidential election there were many discussions about whether Dominion voting machines were safe. The conversations arose from allegations that the machines changed votes from President Donald Trump to candidate Joe Biden. People were concerned that the election results might have been wrong. One of those people was MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell — and now he’s being sued.

Dominion Voting Systems named Lindell, a staunch supporter of Trump, in a $1.3-billion defamation suit filed in the US District Court for the D.C. on February 22. The lawsuit alleges the CEO harmed Dominion by pushing the “Big Lie” that “independent audits and paper ballot recounts” disproved.

Lindell has said in the past that he wanted Dominion to sue him because it would force the company to allow him to obtain information through the discovery process. He hopes that will finally settle the questions surrounding the election once and for all.

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