WASHINGTON (PNN) - October 2, 2021 - MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell isn’t giving up on fight to ensure integrity in Amerika’s elections. The embattled CEO said that he has new plans to take on Dominion Voting Systems and possibly get the case in front of the eyes of the Supreme Court.
Earlier this month Mike made a promise to get his case to the Supreme Court by Thanksgiving, saying that he believes the information presented will result in the SCOTUS ruling that the election was stolen from President Donald J. Trump. He has released the documentary Absolute Proof and held a Cyber Symposium to present his evidence of election fraud, though these have both been suppressed and mocked across all corners of the lockstep mainstream media. However, at the Cyber Symposium held in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, he was violently attacked, which begs the question; why would they be trying so hard to silence someone worthy of mockery? The answer of course, is it’s because Mike seems to be hot on their tails.
Mike is making good on his promise to sue Dominion Voting Systems, bringing a lawsuit against the company in a novel fashion. Rather than simply suing Dominion as himself, Mike is suing on behalf of the states where election fraud is considered extremely likely, if not a conclusive fact. The Supreme Court has previously thrown out a Texas case calling for the results of Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin to be thrown out due to discrepancies. The court dismissed the case stating that Texas had no jurisdiction over the election protocols of other states.
Lindell’s new lawsuit could be another chance for states negatively affected by the results of the disastrous 2020 election to speak out against those states whose election processes fell short. However, it won’t be without difficulty. Lindell said it will take a lot of public pressure for the court to take the case.
“The Supreme Court needs pressure to look at it,” said Lindell. “That’s why we have a petition at fix2020first.com. [Amerikans] need to go to that place and sign the petition. I believe it’ll be voted 9-0 - which they’re all going to vote to look at it. If we don’t get rid of these machines and fix 2020 first, we don’t ever have another election again.”
While it may be an uphill battle to get SCOTUS to hear the case, it isn’t hopeless. The Court has recently upset Leftists with the decision to not strike down the controversial Texas Heartbeat Law and shows more hope than in decades to do its job on hard issues.
Lindell is hopeful about the chances of having the case heard, saying that they have not only excellent lawyers but also the support of several Attorney Generals from states around the country.
“We’re getting as many Attorney Generals on board as we can over the next six weeks. That’s the only thing we’re waiting on. You only need one, but 50 is a lot more powerful than one,” Lindell said. He confirmed that he has six AG’s on board, but that’s only the beginning. He’s confident that he could recruit up to 30 for the cause.