Supreme Court Rejects Appeal From MyPillow Founder Mike Lindell to Throw Out Dominion Civil Lawsuit
MyPillow founder Mike Lindell’s appeal to the Supreme Court against a defamation lawsuit from Dominion voting systems has been rejected.
Lindell appealed to the high court arguing that his comments about Dominion, alleging that they participated in a scheme to rig votes in the 2020 presidential election, are covered under New York Times Co. v. Sullivan (1964).
A lower court had already denied Lindell’s motion to dismiss the defamation case.
“As a preliminary matter, a reasonable juror could conclude that the existence of a vast international conspiracy that is ignored by the government but proven by a spreadsheet on an internet blog is so inherently improbable that only a reckless man would believe it,” U.S. District Judge Carl Nichols wrote in his opinion.
Nichols stated that Dominion “has adequately alleged that Lindell made his claims knowing that they were false or with reckless disregard for the truth.”
Big League Politics reported on how Dominion sent intimidating letters to vote fraud whistleblowers in the aftermath of the dubious 2020 presidential election:
“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.