Mike Lindell Hits Voting Machine Companies with Lawsuit, Claims $2 Billion in Damages

H/T Western Journal.

I think there is something rotten in Denmark as far Dominion Voting Systems are concerned.

I hope Mike Lindell wins his suit.

Conservative activist and MyPillow founder and CEO Mike Lindell is suing two election machine companies for $2 billion in damages as he continues to fight them after accusing each of interfering in the 2020 election.

Lindell and MyPillow were sued by Dominion Voting Systems in February for $1.3 billion after Lindell said the company rigged voting machines in swing states. He alleged that those actions cost former President Donald Trump the election.

The company accused both Lindell and his Minnesota-based company of defamation, The Wall Street Journal reported.

In April, Lindell filed a countersuit of $1.6 billion, according to Forbes. In that suit, Lindell accused Dominion of “suppression of speech and attacks” on his company.

The CEO’s argument was that his accusations were his, and only his, and had nothing to do with his home products company or its employees.

Lindell told the outlet before he was hit with a lawsuit, “I welcome Dominion to sue me. I welcome it. Please.”

The company did, and the CEO immediately fought back by filing a suit of his own.