The 115-page lawsuit filed on Monday in Washington, D.C. cited Lindell’s media appearances and social media posts by which he argued Dominion’s election machines had been used to rig the 2020 presidential election towards former President Donald Trump.
Lindell even launched his personal documentary in regards to the voting irregularities he stated Dominion helped orchestrate.
Dominion argued Lindell “sells the deceive this present day as a result of the lie sells pillow,” the lawsuit states, referencing promotion low cost codes on MyPillow’s web sites, together with “FightforTrump,” “Proof,” and “QAnon.”
Lindell additionally “delivered absolute nonsense and faux paperwork sources from the darkish corners of the Web” when requested for proof, stated Dominion authorized counsel Megan Meier.
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“Regardless of repeated warnings and efforts to share the details with him, Mr. Lindell has continued to maliciously unfold false claims about Dominion, every time giving empty assurances that he would come ahead with overwhelming proof,” Dominion CEO John Poulos stated in an announcement Monday.
Poulos added that Lindell’s allegations “brought on irreparable hurt to Dominion’s good repute and threatened the protection of our staff and clients.”
The lawsuit additionally names MyPillow as a defendant.
Lindell responded to the lawsuit and stated he’s “very, very blissful” he will get to offer the proof has compiled in court docket.
“I’ve all of the proof on them,” he told the Wall Street Journal. “Now it will get disclosed quicker, all of the machine fraud and the assault on our nation.”
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Dominion has additionally filed lawsuits towards Rudy Giuliani, Trump’s private lawyer, and pro-Trump legal professional Sidney Powell.
Giuliani dismissed Dominion’s lawsuit as an “act of intimidation” meant to “censor the train of free speech,” and Powell slammed Dominion’s lawsuit towards her as “baseless.”