Smartmatic sued Mike Lindell for defamation, claiming that he was “crazy like a fox,” and “intentionally fueled the fire of alien exclusion for the noble purpose of selling his pillow. Divided the party. “

Mike Lindell, CEO of MyPillow, will speak to reporters outside the federal court in Washington on Thursday, June 24, 2021.

Mike Lindell, CEO of My Pillow, is facing yet another proceeding. Voting company Smartmatic filed a defamation proceeding against Pillow CEO on Tuesday, claiming he had pushed a conspiracy theory to sell pillows.Manuel Balce Ceneta / AP Photo

  • Voting firm Smartmatic filed a defamation proceeding against My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell on Tuesday.

  • “It’s crazy like a fox. Mike Lindell knows exactly what he’s doing. It’s dangerous,” Smartmatic said.

  • Smartmatic claims that Lindel is pushing for a conspiracy theory to seize the “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity” to sell pillows.

Voting machine company Smartmatic submitted Proceedings On Tuesday, he claimed to have spread a conspiracy theory to My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell and his company about the 2020 election to sell pillows.

“It’s crazy like a fox. Mike Lindell knows exactly what he’s doing, and it’s dangerous,” Smartmatic said in a proceeding involving Lindell’s company, My Pillow, as one of the defendants. Insist.

Voting companies have sued both Lindel and My Pillow for defamation and deceptive trading practices. Smartmatic seeks unspecified amount of monetary compensation, Lindell Withdrawing his claim is that they and other voting companies switched votes from former President Donald Trump to President Joe Biden in 2020.

“He knows that the voting machine didn’t switch votes from former President Trump to the current President Biden. These facts aren’t important because Mr Lindel knows he can sell.” And read the Smartmatic proceedings. “He knows that by stealing votes from an incredibly popular president to millions of Americans, he can sell preconceived stories about democracy-stealing voting machines. Of course, Mr. Lindel-“My Pillow Guy” -knows he needs to sell pillows to maintain and increase his fortune. “

The voting company further claimed in its filings that Lindel was making money by pushing using “a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.” Allegations of unfounded fraudulent voting.

“Mr. Lindel deliberately fueled the fire of alien exclusion and split the party for the noble purpose of selling his pillow,” read Smartmatic’s complaint during Lindel’s media appearance. He added that the My Pillow brand was “conveniently” and “strategic” placed.

“Mr. Lindel’s message was as dangerous as it was virtually inaccurate,” continued Smartmatic.

When asked to comment on Tuesday night, Lindel told insiders that he was “excited” about the Smartmatic proceedings.

“They are guilty. They attacked us and were part of the biggest crime in history against our country, and they would all go to jail,” Lindel said of the Smartmatic proceedings against him. I told the insider when I was asked to comment. “The reason I chase after Smartmatic and Dominion is because they helped them commit one of the biggest crimes against Americans, and my grandson deserves the future in this country.”

“When I did it, it was a little cheerful Lost more than $ 80 million from Box stores, retail stores, shopping channels drop me.. And I spent more than $ 30 million on this election crime committed by these people and helped Smartmatic commit it, “Lindel told insiders.

Lindel previously told the insider he had Spent more than $ 25 million on allegations of fraudulent votingHe added that the breakdown included $ 10 million, which he said he spent on construction. Franks speech, Social media platform He broadcasts from there every night..

The proceedings are the latest in a series of legal issues for Pillow CEOs. He is also facing a proceeding from Dominion Voting Systems.The company filed a defamation proceeding Lindel is $ 1.3 billion, When My Pillow sues Dominion for $ 1.6 billion..

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