The popular My Pillow CEO has been fighting to uncover and election fraud since November 5, 2020.
After the election, American people were stunned to discover Trump’s incredible lead had evaporated in critical swing states where the counting of absentee ballots suddenly stopped, and then, in the wee hours of the morning, when the counting resumed, Joe Biden suddenly and inexplicably had taken the lead over Trump in multiple states.
Along with millions of other Americans, Lindell has refused to accept the results of the election and are not giving up on their fight to examine and expose what happened in the nation’s most hotly contested election.
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If voter fraud didn’t occur and Brainless Biden received so many votes – more than Obama – where was all the celebration? He literally would be the greatest Democrat in the modern era.
This isn’t just a win! This is a MANDATE. The voters have spoken. We want Joe to save America. Save the World. Save the Universe.
Yet no one, No One, NO ONE uttered the keyword: Mandate. Not Nancy, Not Chuck, Not Kamala – though she made it to the top by going on lots and lots of “Man-Dates” – Great role model for aspiring women looking to break through the glass ceiling.
Brainless Biden, when criticized policy, never, ever says the people spoke via the ballot. They want what I and the Democrats want; they believe in our policies, and we only answer to them. Not some small group of naysayers.
Liberals don’t gloat, don’t yell and scream, don’t say Mandate every other word. Why? They were concerned about their voter fraud.
You can only make these statements immediately after the election, not four months later. They knew their over-the-top narrative could bite them in the ass if fraud was legally discovered and overturned the results. Simply wasn’t worth the risk.
This brings us to state audits. If you truly believe your candidate won, why use every tool in your legal briefcase to stop recounts? This isn’t logical.
Wouldn’t you want the public to see Brainless Biden truly won the election? And audits would do just that – verify the enormous quantity of votes he received.
Instead, the Liberals fight tooth and nail at the mere mention of fraud. Look at their actions in Arizona, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin to name a few. The Lefties do not want the votes to be recounted. WHY?
Mike Lindell, along with a team of investigators, have been relentless in their efforts to uncover what happened behind the scenes in our election.
His reward? Dominion Voting machines are suing him for daring to question if someone or some group manipulated the voting machines to affect the outcome of the November election. It’s not just Mike they’re suing. Dominion is suing Mike’s company, My Pillow, as well. They didn’t stop with Mike and his company; Dominion is also suing individuals who shared stories of what they saw on election day that concerned them, like internet connectivity and ballots being run and re-run through the tabulators. Media outlets and attorneys that dared to question the integrity of the machines used in our elections are also being sued, and Dominion doesn’t appear to be suing to make a point; they’re suing to ruin lives. In addition to Mike Lindell being sued for $1.3 billion, Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell are also being sued for over $1 billion. Journalists and media personalities like Fox News’s Lou Dobbs, Judge Jeanine, and Maria Bartiromo have also been sued for discussing the possibility of voter fraud that took place by using the voting machines.
Mike Lindell debuted his free speech network, Frank Speech on April 19. His first guest on the debut of his new social media platform is one of America’s most prominent Constitutional lawyers, Alan Dershowitz.
With Dershowitz, Mike opened his “Frank-a-Thon” by announcing that “My Pillow” issuing Dominion for $1.6 billion for violating their First Amendment Right.
Dershowitz explained why Dominion is guilty of violating the First Amendment Rights of Mike Lindell as well as the rights of the media to report the news: “We’re gonna sue you and put you out of business, and we’re not even going to let you see our source codes so you can see what we’re suing you about.”
Dershowitz blasted Dominion for refusing to share its source code. “It’s as if My Pillow ere accused of having some secret poison in its formula, and you couldn’t tell it by just looking at the pillow, and then somehow My Pillow said, we’re not going to give your our formula, we’re going to hide it from you. That’s what they’re trying to do. They’re trying to hide what they’re doing—at the same time that they’re trying to prevent you from entering the marketplace of ideas. They’re in the marketplace of ideas. They’re not only in the marketplace of ideas; they’re in the economic marketplace too.
They’re to shut you out of being able to sell your products in stores. They’re trying to silence you, and they’re doing it as the government of the United States. That’s why I’m in this case.
“Dominion is the government for purposes of the lawsuit,” Dershowitz said, as he explained that the government was using Dominion machines to tabulate our votes. Mike told his audience, “This could be one of the most important First Amendment cases in the history of the United States.”
Dershowitz warned about Dominion threatening the media, individuals, and businesses like My Pillow over discussing their product about the November election results. “No wonder where you stand on the fairness of the election, we should still be on your side of the lawsuit,” Alan Dershowitz said.
He also explained how Dominion, who he claims is acting as a government agent, has threatened the media with massive lawsuits over discussing the Dominion case, adding, “You don’t have to be a conservative” to see that what Dominion is doing is wrong, saying they are “misusing the power given to them to by the government to suppress free speech.” “Dominion is a government actor,” Dershowitz explained. “It is our right to look at Dominion’s source codes,” he said, adding that they will be demanding access to the Dominion codes, saying, “I think we’ll get to look at those machines.”
The latest filing from Lindell, which, like the first, seeks a trial by jury, lists Dominion, Smartmatic, and related corporations as defendants in a bid to stop them from “weaponizing the litigation process to silence political dissent and suppress evidence showing voting machines were manipulated to affect outcomes in the November 2020 general election.”
Mike claims that he is “entitled to recover his actual and special damages from Dominion and Smartmatic for their collective role in their conspiracy and enterprise to harm him — damages which presently are estimated to exceed $2 billion.”
The list of alleged offences includes Dominion abusing the legal process given their suit against him, defamation, violating the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization Act, violations of the “Support and Advocacy” clause of U.S.C. §1985(3), deprivation of civil rights under the guise of state law, and civil conspiracy. Similarly, It accused Smartmatic of violating the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization Act, violations of the “Support and Advocacy” clause of U.S.C. §1985(3), and civil conspiracy.
“Lindell will prove that the Dominion Defendants, acting in concert and as part of an unlawful enterprise alongside the Smartmatic Defendants, have weaponized the court system and the litigation process in an attempt to silence Lindell’s and others’ political speech about election fraud and the role of electronic voting machines in it,” the lawsuit states. “In the specific context of political speech about something as vital to a republican form of government as election integrity, no litigant should be permitted to use the courts and the litigation process as a bludgeon to suppress and stifle dissent.”
Both Dominion and Smartmatic, companies that manufacture, distribute, and maintain voting hardware and software, have long denied that their machines were tampered with in any way or that the results of the election had been compromised.
“Costco basically did a slow cancellation, slower than the other stores,” Lindell said in a phone interview.
The decision will cost My Pillow between $4 million and $10 million in annual sales, according to Lindell.
It will also affect some 40 salespeople who would travel to Costco stores to hawk the company’s products, he said. Lindell said he has offered those staffers other jobs at My Pillow, though “we did have to lay some off.”
According to Lindell, Costco did not explain the move, but he thinks it was related to what he calls the “cancel culture” that influenced other companies.