MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell was sued by Dominion Voting Systems on Monday to the tune of $1.3 billion in punitive damages after the former crack smoker-turned executive accused the company of rigging the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election.
Lindell is a renowned Trump supporter and GOP donor who appears to be the left’s new target.
Not to mention, a plethora of other entities were sued by DVS as well. Insider Paper reports: “Smartmatic sued Powell, Giuliani, Fox News, and some of the network’s key hosts for $2.7 billion, earlier this month.”
The billionaire has referred to the alleged election theft as the “biggest crime ever committed in election history against our country and the world,” according to documents related to the case.
Furthermore, some like Intellihub founder and editor-in-chief Shepard Ambellas feel the case may be a slam dunk for the Toronto-based electronic voting hardware/software firm.
“Now Dominion Voting Systems is suing the MyPillow CEO,” Ambellas Tweeted. “Go figure.”
“The thing is, they will win,” his Tweet explained. “Just think, the whole deep state apparatus is backing DVS.”
After all, Ambellas may be right. DWS will theoretically cite mainstream and fact-checker reports in court that have already ‘disproven’ the CEO’s claims.
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