MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has said he welcomes litigation from Dominion Voting Systems after the voting machine business notified him of its intent to sue him over his public and unproven claims that their devices enabled widespread scams in the 2020 governmental elections.

Lindell, an ally of President Donald Trump, and other Republican politicians have actually consistently stated that Dominion’s voting devices helped take the election in favor of President-elect Joe Biden.

” In spite of understanding your implausible attacks against Rule have no basis in truth, you have participated in the huge and concerted false information campaign to slander Dominion,” mentioned a December 23 letter to Lindell from Rule’s legal representatives, the Clare Locke LLP law company. My Pillow Michael Lindell Dominion voting lawsuit

Authorities with Rule Voting Systems have actually notified MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell a letter alerting him of upcoming litigation over his public and unfounded claims that their ballot makers permitted prevalent scams in the 2020 governmental elections. In this February 3, 2020 photo, Lindell chuckles during a “Keep Iowa Great” press conference in Des Moines, Iowa.
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The law practice informed Lindell that it sent a similar letter to previous Trump campaign lawyer Sidney Powell. Powell has actually claimed that various Democratic and Republican candidates had paid foreign Communist federal governments to rig the ballot machines to switch votes from Trump to Biden. She likewise declared a similar vote-switching plan assisted other political candidates to win their election races.

” Rule formerly demands that you stop and desist making defamatory claims against Rule and maintain and retain all documents relating to Dominion and your negative campaign versus the business,” Dominion wrote to Lindell.

The letter directed Lindell to preserve any sort of communication he might have had with others about his claims against Rule, consisting of all interactions Lindell may have had with Powell, Trump’s individual lawyer Rudy Giuliani, Trump project attorney Jenna Ellis, Trump-supporting lawyer and conspiracy theorist L. Lin Wood.

A January 8 follow-up letter from the law practice to Lindell said, “[You have] leveraged your significant social media following to cause the optimum quantity of damage to Dominion’s good name and service operations.”

There is no public evidence that Rule Voting Machines were controlled or pre-set to switch votes in the November 2020 election.

On January 15, the conservative site, American Thinker, apologized for its series of short articles accusing Dominion of taking part in a huge voter fraud conspiracy.

” These statements are completely false and have no basis. Industry professionals and public officials alike have actually validated that Dominion conducted itself properly which there is just no evidence to support these claims,” the website’s co-founder, publisher and editor Thomas Lifson composed.

Newsweek called Lindell for comment.

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