My Pillow CEO, Mike Lindell, reacted to the news of a massive defamation lawsuit by Dominion voting systems over Lindell’s claims of election integrity.
“It is a great day in America because now the truth will come out,” Lindell said on Monday. “I wanted to sue them so badly, but my lawyer told me to wait, so this is good news,” he said.
“We have people all over the place validating all of the claims made in our movie Absolute proof, including people validation the IPs address used that we claim were used to flip votes. I can verify all of the evidence from the movie. We did a lot of major deep dives. I want everyone to see this evidence,” Lindell said.
The lawsuit in federal court.
“Why don’t we sue Dominion to force people to see the evidence they were refusing to look at. My Lawyers said no that I had to get them to sue me. I didn’t understand that at first, but now I get it. Now it is easier for us to show our evidence and to get what they have. There is no way that Dominion will want to start right away. I want to start now. I am ready to go. I say to Dominion that they can have anything they want in discovery right now.
What I have is 100% proof. It is absolute proof. I am going to drive the people to the news, and people who refuse to cover it are cowards.
I want to go on CNN and talk about this. I am not hiding. They won’t let me on.
I am all prepared. Their motivation is to shut me down, and I am not going away. I dare any media to let me talk about it. They won’t talk to me. In fact, I am going to release the names of reporters who hounded me and now refuse to watch the movie,” Lindell told Steve Bannon on the War Room Pandemic on Monday.
Far-left radicals Jim Acosta from CNN, ‘Democrat Public Relations Media’ promoted the story without asking Lindell for a statement.
“Today, legal representatives for Dominion Voting Systems filed a defamation complaint in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia against MyPillow and its CEO, Mike Lindell,” Acosta posted.
Inbox: Today legal representatives for Dominion Voting Systems filed a defamation complaint in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia against MyPillow and its CEO, Mike Lindell.
— Jim Acosta (@Acosta) February 22, 2021
Twitter promoted the story from Yahoo News on Monday to get the story trending:
“The election technology company has filed a lawsuit against MyPillow and the company’s CEO Mike Lindell for more than $1.3 billion in damages, according to The Wall Street Journal and several other news outlets, alleging that Lindell promoted defamatory accusations related to Dominion and the 2020 presidential election. “My message to Dominion is thank you for finally getting this done because it’ll be back in the limelight now,” Lindell told CNBC on Monday.”
— Disclose.tv 🚨 (@disclosetv) February 22, 2021
According to court documents, it appears that Dominion, who uses imagery from the Holocaust against Jews (The Big Lie), the voting system company claims Lindell did all of his activism as a “PR” stunt for My Pillow.
Tying into the mass messaging, branding, and PR of the media and Democrats over the last two months, Dominion lawyers use the words: The Big Lie, as an explanation of mountains of shocking voter irregularities.
“After hitting the jackpot with Donald Trump’s endorsement for MyPillow and after a million-dollar bet on Fox News ads had paid out handsome returns, Michael Lindell exploited another chance to boost sales: marketing MyPillow to people who would tune in and attend rallies to hear Lindell tell the “Big Lie” that Dominion had stolen the 2020 election.
As when MyPillow previously faced legal action for deceptive marketing campaigns, Lindell knew there was no real “evidence” supporting his claims. And he is well aware of the independent audits, and paper ballot recounts conclusively disproving the Big Lie. But Lindell—a talented salesman and former professional card counter—sells the lie to this day because the lie sells pillows. MyPillow’s defamatory marketing campaign—with promo codes like “FightforTrump,” “45,” “Proof,” and “QAnon”—has increased MyPillow sales by 30-40% and continues duping people into redirecting their election-lie outrage into pillow purchases. ”
Far-left radical Democrats in the US Congress are helping promote the mass message from their highest seats as civil servants, better than any Madison Ave. PR agents:
Dear Rep @SteveScalise: Your answer is bullshit and you know it. Election laws in the states applied equally to all voters in Nov. It’s not as if Trump voters were subject to different rules.
Stop promoting the big lie. It’s unAmerican & fuels risk of more political violence. https://t.co/u3lGUuseBl
— Ted Lieu (@tedlieu) February 21, 2021
As reported on DJHJ, use the code: B
This story will be developing for months.