His pillows are not the only ones filled with fluff.
A federal judge allegedly dismissed MyPillow’s CEO, salesman Mike Lindell’s defamation cases against election technology companies Smartmatic Corp. and Dominion Voting Systems, and ruled that the cases were “junk”.
This judge in Washington, DC, also ordered the conspiracy theory-spraying director to pay some of Smartmatic’s attorney fees on Thursday. Lindell’s home state newspaper, Minnesota’s Star Tribune, reports that U.S. District Judge Carl Nichols found that Lindell’s allegations against Smartmatic “made at least some baseless allegations.”
According to the court, Lindell’s legal team did not prove that there was a conspiracy against their client or that he was slandered.
The 60-year-old Conservative is a loyal supporter of former President Donald Trump and insists that the 2020 presidential election was somehow cheated. There is no reason to believe that the theory is true.
Lindell reportedly said he is not sure if he will appeal Nichols’ decision. He filed his lawsuits in response to Dominion and Smartmatic suing him for allegations that technologies they monitor were instrumental in helping Joe Biden defeat Trump to become the country’s 46th president.
Lindell had wanted $ 1.6 million from Dominion and Smartmatic. Dominion is seeking $ 1.3 billion from the bedding company’s CEO. Smartmatic says in its case against Lindell that the value of the company fell from $ 3 billion to $ 1 billion in light of the narrative pushed by him and others.