Dominion CEO Warns of More Lawsuits: 'We're Not Ruling Anyone Out'
Voting company says it's not done with lawsuits
The CEO of Dominion Voting Systems has warned he is not finished filing lawsuits against those he claims have made unsubstantiated allegations about his company.
During an interview with Dominion, CEO John Poulos said they are “definitely not the last lawsuits."
"This is definitely not the last lawsuit, as I said many times before.
"We are taking a very measured, evidence-based approach as to what we file next."
"And we are not ruling anyone out," Poulos said.
The company has alleged those Trump allies promoted unsubstantiated claims that its technology switch votes to Joe Biden.
CEO of MyPillow Mike Lindell issued a stark response to Dominion Voting Systems after receiving a legal threat accusing him of participating in a "smear campaign."
Dominion says in the suit Lindell's allegations "deliberately misrepresented, manufactured, cherry-picked, and sourced from con artists and conspiracy theorists who were judicially determined to be 'wholly unreliable,'" and it argues that "Lindell knows all of this because Dominion wrote to him multiple times, put him on formal written notice of the facts, and told him that Dominion employees were receiving death threats because of the lies."
"No amount of money can repair the damage that's been done by these lies, which are easily disproved," Poulos said in a statement at the time.
"Hundreds of documented audits and recounts have proven that Dominion machines accurately counted votes.
"We look forward to proving these facts in a court of law."
Lindell challenged dominion to put up their lawsuit earlier this year because he had "100% evidence that China and other countries used their machines to steal the election."
Lindell responded to Dominion’s lawsuit, saying:
“I’m very happy that they finally got that suit filed."
“My message to Dominion is thank you for finally getting this done, because it’ll be back in the limelight now,” Lindell said.
"Mr. Lindell advertised 'absolute proof,' but he delivered absolute nonsense and fake documents sourced from the dark corners of the internet," Dominion legal counsel Megan Meier, partner at Clare Locke LLP, said in a statement to the Washington Examiner.
"The cartoonish evidence that he offered in his video cannot be reconciled with any level of logic or truth."
"It would be easy to rack this up as a piece of fiction that is not worth any response — but unfortunately, countless people actually believed it and sent MyPillow some of their hard-earned money as a result.
"Mike Lindell needs to be held accountable for defaming Dominion and undermining the integrity of our electoral system, all the while profiting from it."
The news comes almost two months after a Michigan judge released the bombshell report on the audit of Dominion Voting Systems, revealing that the machines and their software were "designed" to "create systemic fraud."