Dominion braces to sue several people who have questioned their equipment integrity, particularly the system software in the November 3 elections. Many have raised concerns when Joe Biden suddenly Donald Trump in an impossible margin.
Dominion Voting System sent out numerous KNOCK IT OFF letters to their critics, and their latest target is My Pillow Guy, Mike Lindell.
Would tensions lead to “Pillow Fight?”
CBS News reported that a keen supporter of President Trump, MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, claimed to “welcome” a lawsuit from the voting machines manufacturer. Lindell told the outlet that a suit would serve as a driving force in showing the world that the presidential election was rigged.
On the other hand, the DOJ found no evidence of the alleged widespread voter fraud. The national security and election officials even called it the “most secure election in American history.”
The outlet also published that a December 23 letter wrote about the Dominion attorneys asserting the CEO “participated in the vast and concerted misinformation campaign to slander Dominion.” The company demanded that Lindell should stop raising defamatory claims against Dominion Voting Systems. The letter also noted preserving all documents about the “smear campaign” against the company, adding that litigation is imminent.
“I want them to sue me. Please. Because I have all the evidence, 100%,” claimed Lindell. He expressed disgust at the manufacturer and said that the Americans and the world need to see Dominion’s horrific acts and what it did to the country.
However, if Lindell’s claim is valid, what is preventing him from exposing information totally? Could it be that there are others too who know his exposé? Lindell is a pillow manufacturer, not a data guy, so he must have gotten the information from someone else.
So, go on, Lindell. Expose them. And make Joe Biden’s bed full of those pillows to make him sleep at night.