Mike Lindell Defies Dominion Lawsuit by Filing His Own Countersuits
'There are two cases. One will be MyPillow, one will be Mike Lindell'
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell announced he is planning to file his own countersuits against Dominion Voting Systems just a month after they sued him for $1.3 billion for allegations of voter fraud.
Lindell said on Steve Bannon's War Room:
"You're also going to have MyPillow going after Dominion in a countersuit, and that's going to your First Amendment speech."
“You're going to have me go after them, countersuing them.”
"There are two cases. One will be MyPillow, one will be Mike Lindell,” the MyPillow CEO said,
“We're both going after them. They're a little bit different because one of them — what Dominion did was violate the First Amendment rights of everyone in this country by using bullying lawsuits and RICO 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."
The lawsuit against Lindelll claims:
“MyPillow’s defamatory marketing campaign – with promo codes like ‘FightforTrump,’ ‘45’, ‘Proof,’ and ‘QAnon’ – has increased MyPillow sales by 30-40 percent and continues duping people into redirecting their election-lie outrage into pillow purchases."
Lindell alleges the election was rigged in Joe Biden’s favor through Dominion and other voting software systems, most noted in a two-hour documentary titled ‘Absolute Proof,' which aired earlier this month.
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.
Dominion accused the CEO of knowingly lying about the claims.
"Despite knowing your implausible attacks against Dominion have no basis in reality, you have participated in the vast and concerted misinformation campaign to slander Dominion," read the letter.
Founder and CEO of Dominion, John Poulos, said he might bring the suit against President Donald Trump, he told Axios in a podcast interview.
“There were things being said about me personally, about the company that I founded that are so demonstrably false,” Poulos told Axios.
“The level of falsity just reached a level that I had not previously thought would ever be possible.”