Does Mike Lindell have a job? He seems to spend most of his time on Steve Bannon’s podcast and says he’s crazy. Yesterday he came to announce that he opposes Dominion’s voting systems due to RICOs’ free speech. Or something. Honestly who can say?
“You’ll also have a MyPillow pillow chasing a Dominion with a counter-suit and this will carry over to the First Amendment speech.” Lendl said, according to Lendl. Newsweek. “There are two cases, one will be MyPillow, one will be Mike Lindell. We are both stalking them. They are a bit different because one of them, what Dominion did is violate First Amendment rights for everyone in this country using bullying lawsuits and the RICO Act.”
It looks like just the kind of very special damage that federal courts will be excited to be involved in!
Formerly a pillow expert Advertise He himself is happy to be the defendant in a $ 1.3 billion defamation lawsuit filed by Dominion. “Now I can get to the evidence faster,” he bragged to Washington Post. But he now complains that the threat of litigation diminishes his God-given right to appear on television and destroy a company by falsely accusing it of rigging the presidential election.
“[What] They tell the media, “If you let go of this guy, we’ll sue you too,” he complained. “This is blackmail, dating back to the days of the Mafia.” It is a strange situation for a man only Charles Harder captures the killer Joker in the Daily Mail For daring to suggest that a beautiful movie star would voluntarily spend time with him.
However, Lyndell is excited to go. He brought a friend along with him on the trip.
It’s a big announcement this morning. I have a team of lawyers and we’re going after Dominion. We are going after … for freedom of expression. Alan Dershowitz told me that this would be one of the biggest issues, if not the biggest in history of free speech, of the First Amendment. They will be able to put it in their papers. Perhaps he would explain to her, as you know, why this issue was so important, what they did to abolish culture, suppress our discourse, and use lawsuits to intimidate the media to not allow people to talk about their opinions or the ability to do so. Disclosed.
Dominion’s lawsuit alleges that Lindel had intentionally misrepresented her in an attempt to market his own products. But a Harvard law professor emeritus describes the CEO’s campaign against Dominion as a protected expression of opinion.
Dershowitz said, “Remember also that the First Amendment does not only give Lindel the right to express his views.” Newsweek. “He gives 50 million people the right to have his views heard.”
Is it even so? Fifty million Americans have the “right” to hear Mike Lyndell on Newsmax and Twitter, and the First Amendment obliges those private companies to allow him to use their platforms to speak?
Well, I think we’re all on the verge of finding out.
Mike Lindell, CEO of MyPillow, said he would face Sue Dominion in two cases – for the company and himself. [Newsweek]
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindel announced Alan Dershowitz joining the legal team in Dominion Suit [Newsweek]
Elizabeth Day She lives in Baltimore where she writes about law and politics.