If there’s one thing that Mike Lindell is, it’s a warrior, and Lindell is always ready to fight, even though discussions about voter fraud have faded away.
Dominion voting systems are suing Mike, which Lindell claims was up to no good in 2020, and frankly, he could not be more pleased!
Why are you asking?
Oh, because Dominion has put the spotlight back on itself by suing him.
Via Dominion and other voting software programs, Lindell alleged that the election was rigged in Joe Biden’s favor through not only interviews, but also a two-hour documentary titled ‘Absolute Evidence’ that aired earlier this month. For his inability to back down on his electoral fraud beliefs, he was previously booted from Twitter.
Lindell told CNBC of the Dominion case, “I’m very pleased they finally got that suit filed.” He previously welcomed one from the organization numerous times and even to sue them “for the American people” earlier this month as a way to keep the debate on suspected election fraud going.
Lindell said, “My message to Dominion is to thank you for finally getting this done, because now it will be back in the limelight.”
Dominion is now appealing for defamation against Lindell, seeking damages of $1.3 billion.
“The defamatory marketing campaign of MyPillow has increased MyPillow sales by 30-40 percent with promo codes such as ‘FightforTrump’,’ 45′,’ Proof’, and ‘QAnon’ and continues to duplicate individuals into redirecting their election-lie outrage into pillow purchases,” the complaint argues.
Lindell shot back at the complaint and said “MyPillow’s culture has been cancelled” because his outspokenness has caused 22 retailers to remove their famous items from their shops.
Whether you agree with the election narrative of Mike or not, in America, this progressive “cancel culture” must end.
It’s the most anti-American thing that I’ve ever seen.
If they want or don’t want to buy anything, let consumers decide.
ARTICLE SOURCE: americanconservatives.today