Another pillow case: Mike Lindell suing Dominion and Smartmatic for ‘weaponizing the litigation process’

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(Worthy News) – MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell is expanding his legal offensive against Dominion Voting Systems, now taking aim at another voting machine company, Smartmatic, as he continues to push allegations of fraud in the 2020 election.

Lindell’s legal team prepared a new complaint for a federal court in Minnesota, dated Thursday, which accuses Dominion and Smartmatic of waging a “lawfare campaign,” in which they allegedly are “weaponizing the judicial system and the litigation process to silence dissent, unpopular beliefs, or facts inconveniently out-of-line with mainstream groupthink.”

Lindell, an ally of former President Donald Trump who has insisted the Republican will be reinstated at the White House by August and claims he has evidence that will convince the Supreme Court to side with him unanimously, argues 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.” [ Source: Washington Examiner (Read More…) ]

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