MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell says he welcomes a lawsuit from Dominion Voting Systems following the company’s recent cease and desist letter regarding alleged voter fraud. In a response to Forbes, Lindell said, “I welcome Dominion to sue me. I welcome it. Please. Please sue me… and then you can show us all about your machines.”
Despite mainstream media labeling anyone questioning the 2020 election results as conspiracy theorists and social media removing any post suggesting Biden didn’t win fair and square, Lindell and others continue to point out evidence of irregularities in key battleground states. This includes how Biden’s basement campaign led to a record 80-million votes, far more votes even Barack Obama received in either of his campaigns.
And let’s face it, even the Trump rally on January 6 had thousands more in attendance to DISPUTE election results than Biden would have had at a COVID-free inauguration. Minus the 20,000 or so National Guard members in DC, Biden’s inauguration would have revealed the curiously low level of enthusiasm for an incoming President that supposedly got more votes than Barack Obama.
So why is Dominion so concerned about one infomercial CEO, anyway? Is he saying something that they don’t like—or maybe something true—that they feel must be silenced?
In an Axios interview, Lindell argued, “I want Dominion to put up their lawsuit because we have 100% evidence that China and other countries used their machines to steal the election.” He claims Dominion’s irregularities involved much more than software manipulation, but also foreign interference.
If so, democracy as we know it is under attack. At the very least, these claims should be investigated to help boost American confidence that their votes matter.
Why is Dominion afraid to prove Lindell and others like him wrong? Couldn’t they easily show they were following the rules on election day? Shouldn’t they be able to provide evidence their machines were not connected to the internet where outside influences could manipulate information?
Instead, there is only cease and desist letters. Downplay the evidence. Call anyone who questions election fraud as crazy. Sue and silence is the game plan.
But if it’s true, it’s not crazy. If it’s true, it would be crazy to back down to a cease and desist letter from a company that could be manipulating America’s votes for president in 2020 and potentially in future elections.
There’s nothing wrong with following the evidence where it leads.
But Democrats seem to be taking the attitude of, “Don’t confuse me with the truth.” Instead, rioters at the Capitol building have become an excuse for “moving forward” and “healing the nation” instead of confronting the facts. Feelings matter; facts don’t.
According to this scary reasoning, America’s Constitution and the nation’s future remain in a dangerous situation. If freedom-loving citizens can’t get help from their elected officials, and mainstream media serves as a propaganda arm for the left, where can anyone go for help?
As President Trump and his supporters discovered, a conservative majority in the Supreme Court didn’t lead to anyone taking his case. A majority in the Senate didn’t result in different results. Tensions are on the rise because Americans feel like their voices no longer matter. What will it take to make a difference?
According to Lindell, it’s taking on the giants in court regardless of the outcome. Hopefully, more Americans will take his approach, choosing boldness over fear in a time when America needs it most.