Dominion Voting Systems
Dominion Voting Systems accused Lindell, a prominent Trump ally, of exposing its staff to "extreme hatred" via false statements about the 2020 election.
"Defendants’ story was a lie," the suit alleges. "All of it. And they knew it. But, it was a story that sold."
An anchor on Newsmax, a right-wing cable channel, walked off the set after MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell would not stop spouting lies about the 2020 election.
Anchor Bob Sellers stopped interviewing Mike Lindell because the political pillow-maker wouldn’t stop spewing false election claims.
Mellissa Carone, who went viral for her bizarre and discredited testimony last month, now plans to run for a seat that may not exist after redistricting.
The talk show host perfectly summed up the Trump attorney's legal hot water.
Lindell is also facing potential litigation from Dominion Voting Systems for claiming that their voting machines played a role in alleged election fraud.
Donald Trump’s personal attorney spread the “Big Lie” of a stolen election to millions of people, the voting machine company alleges in a lawsuit.
Lindell has been one of Trump’s most vocal defenders and has continued to stand by his side even after the violent insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.
Dominion Voting Systems seeks $1.3 billion for the "unprecedented harm" it says Powell brought on by accusing the firm of rigging the 2020 election.