‘My Pillow’ Guy Hit With Dominion Voting Systems Defamation Lawsuit Threat


Who would have ever imagined that Fox’s personality star Lou Dobbs would ever leave Fox? Yet, he is primed to leave. The cable network catapulted him off like a sacrificial lamb by people trying to soothe the savage beast of billion-dollar lawsuits.

MyPillow guy apparently is running around defending Donald Trump, one of the last people left to do this. The ex-president used up all of his goodwill long ago, by burning those who defended him, leaving them all alongside the road frying to a crisp. Now, avid conspiracy theorist Mike Lindell is playing with the big boys of corporate America. Is he ready for that?

Spokesperson for Dominion Voting Systems Michael Steel told CNN’s Reliable Sources‘ Chief Media Correspondent Brian Stelter, according to CNN

‘Mike Lindell is begging to be sued, and at some point we may well oblige him.’

Lindell said:

‘We have all this election fraud with these Dominion machines. We have 100% proof.’

Steel responded to Lindell’s threat of a lawsuit against his company:

‘I think he’s trying to get ahead of the fact that he is spreading disinformation, spreading lies, and this latest quote-unquote documentary that he aired is nothing but the same old half-baked conspiracy theories repackaged — and the truth is catching up with him.’

Former Anchor, CNBC & FOX News Bob Sellers read a statement that said:

‘While there were some clear evidence of some cases of voter fraud and election irregularities, the election results in every state were certified, and Newsmax accepts the results as legal and final. The courts have also supported that view.’

Dominion and Smartmatic dropped their competition in order to come together to file lawsuits against “several right-wing media companies and personalities.” Even so, Dobbs was top-rated and one of Fox’s top “promoters of voter fraud conspiracy theories.”

Conservative media has changed its coverage as a result. It installed:

‘[O]n-air corrections about electronic voting systems’ role in the 2020 elections.’

That left just Lindell, a fervent Trump supporter whose company is a prominent advertiser on conservative media, to pick up the mantle.

In addition, Lindell paid OAN to air a “documentary” Friday. It was more fiction or fantasy than a documentary. However, OAN ran a disclaimer before the paid segment noting that it did not endorse Lindell’s views:

Dominion sent Lindell a letter that read:

‘[L]itigation is ‘imminent.’

Granted Dominion and Smartmatic were not collaborating on their two very effective lawsuits. Just last month Steel said:

‘I think we share the same goal, which is to get the truth and the facts out to the American people.’

The MyPillow CEO Bannon plans a counter lawsuit against Smartmatic and Dominion.

Lindel got himself banned from Twitter, just like his buddy Trump., for creating falsehoods about the 2020 election:

‘MyPillow’s Twitter account was permanently suspended from the social media platform. Several companies that had sold MyPillow, including Kohl’s and Bed Bath & Beyond, have taken MyPillow products off of their shelves.’

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