Dominion sues  MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell for $1.3 billion

 

 

MyPillow and its CEO Mike Lindell has been accused of spreading false conspiracy theories that Dominion Voting Systems rigging the presidential election towards President Biden. The theory has now been debunked and President Biden has won the election.

 

Dominion  is suing for $1.3 billion in damages for Lindell slandering the company and making false statements  about Dominion’s machines and claiming that Trump should have been the winner  Included in that lawsuit is  the  three-hour documentary Lindell produced on the OAN Network claiming  Dominion maliciously spreading false claims about Dominion and claiming he had proof of a crime.

 

Dominion CEO John Poulos claims. in  statement.  “This has caused irreparable harm to Dominion’s good reputation and threatened the safety of our employees and customers.”

 

Trumps lawyers,  Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell have also been  sued in a separate lawsuit for similar claims.

Twitter permanently banned  Lindell  for repeatedly sharing election misinformation.

 

Matt Masterson, who recently retired from the post of senior election adviser U.S., in December, welcomed Dominion’s lawsuit saying that it was a way to push back against all the deliberate falsehoods that were trumped about and which temporarily cast doubts about the election’s integrity.

 

He also spoke about his concern that the court system was used as a vehicle for disinformation making him glad that Dominion was responding back in a similar manner “because this is the avenue they have.”

 

In December, the company had sent cease and desist notices to news media with a decidedly conservative bend such as OAN and Fox News for spreading such news. They backed down on these claims.

 

Voter fraud claims have been rejected by almost everybody except the President, his lawyers and his die-hard supporters.


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