MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell Announces Two Countersuits Against Dominion Voting Systems

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell announced during a recent appearance on Steve Bannon’s War Room: Pandemic podcast that he is launching two countersuits against Dominion Voting Systems.

Dominion announced a $1.3 billion defamation lawsuit against Lindell next month, as the embattled firm attempts to ward off accusations of election fraud made by Lindell and his allies. Dominion has also sent legal threats to other conservatives, many of whom have retracted claims regarding the company.

Lindell is one of the few with the backbone to stand firm against incredible and coordinated attacks on his livelihood by the most powerful entities in the world. Lindell remains in the fight because he believes putting it all on the line to defend his nation is the patriotic thing to do.

“You’re also going to have MyPillow going after Dominion in a countersuit, and that’s going to your First Amendment speech,” Lindell told Bannon. “You’re going to have me go after them, countersuing them.”

“There are two cases. One will be MyPillow, one will be Mike Lindell,” he added. “We’re both going after them. They’re a little bit different because one of them — what Dominion did was violate the First Amendment rights of everyone in this country by using bullying lawsuits and RICO law.”

Big League Politics has reported on how Dominion is sending threatening letters to vote fraud whistleblowers who signed sworn affidavits attesting to first-hand fraud they witnessed on election day, even targeting whistleblowers who did not mention Dominion in their affidavits:

Attorneys hired by Dominion voting systems have sent at least one intimidating letters with a list of demands to a electoral fraud whistleblowers in a battleground state where hundreds of independent observers allege witnessing vote rigging being performed on election night.

Big League Politics has obtained a letter that was sent to a Michigan whistleblower. The whistleblower, who wishes to remain anonymous due to potential retaliation, said that they did not even know what Dominion was when submitting their sworn affidavit about the fraud they observed at a ballot processing facility.

“This letter is your formal notice to cease and desist taking part in defaming Dominion and to preserve all documents that may be relevant to Dominion’s pending legal claims,” the letter stated.

The letter was sent on Dec. 28 by attorneys Thomas Clare and Megan Meier, who identified their firm as “defamation counsel” for Dominion. They sent the letter via Federal Express demanding for the whistleblower to produce private information, including communications with Trump administration attorneys, and issue a written response to the demands.

“Your obligation to preserve documents applies both to you, and to any entities that you control,” the attorneys wrote.

“Confirm receipt of this letter and that you intend to adhere to our request to retain documents as set forth above. This is not a complete recitation of Dominion’s rights and remedies, all of which are expressly reserved,” the letter demanded.

Regardless of how the lawsuits turn out, Lindell is a patriot with a backbone that few other conservatives possess in globalist post-freedom America.

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