Dominion has been working overtime to silence anyone with a voice who dares to question the reliability of their voting machines’ results in the 2020 election.

Mike Lindell, a former crack addict and alcoholic turned CEO of “My Pillow,” and founder of the Christian-based Lindell Recovery Centers for drug addicts, is one of their biggest targets.

Lindell has become an example of courage and compassion for his fellow man since he made the decision to give up a lifestyle that most Americans could never imagine and turn his life over to Christ on February 18, 2017. Over a period of 16 years, Mike built an incredibly successful American-made business that all started with his signature pillow that received a patent in 2008. The life-long Minnesota man with a powerful can-do attitude is a true rags to riches story and a testament to the power of believing in someone higher than yourself.

On August 15, 2016, Mike Lindell met with then-candidate Donald J. Trump to discuss his successful American-made business. Lindell, who admits he knew nothing about politics before he met with the future president, immediately formed a bond with President Trump, who, like Mr. Lindell, has an uncanny ability to connect with everyone, regardless of their socio-economic status.

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Lindell became a target of the Left when he dared to openly support President Trump. Over the course of the past 4 years, the Left has called to boycott his products several times, but each time they boycotted his business, Mikes’ sales increased.

After challenging the results of the 2020 election, corporations like Bed Bath & Beyond, Kroger, Kohls, and Wayfair began pulling his product off their shelves; as a result, My Pillow’s online sales exploded. Now, Dominion Voting Machines, the company at the center of Mike Lindell’s “Absolute Proof” documentary on voter fraud in the 2020 election, is suing Mike Lindell for defamation.

Much like the far-left media has done to President Trump, Dominion attempts to demean the successful, self-made multi-millionaire Mike Lindell by referring to him as a “talented salesman,” as they accuse him of lying to “sell pillows.”

The $1.3 billion Dominion lawsuit reads more like a page from the National Enquirer than a serious complaint. “After hitting the jackpot with Donald Trump’s endorsement for My Pillow and a million-dollar bet on Fox News ads paid out handsome returns…” Someone should explain to Dominion lawyers that Mike Lindell is a brilliant entrepreneur and expert marketer. Instead, Dominion’s lawyers put out a hateful statement accusing the brave Lindell, who’s dedicated his life to Christ, of lying to sell pillows, and mock him for his past gambling habits that he gave up years ago.

Lindell, ever the brilliant marketer, used special codes for savings on purchases made on his website. Some of the codes used by My Pillow included “FightForTrump,” a phrase commonly used by Trump supporters fighting for the man they believed was their last hope to drain the DC Swamp. For whatever reason, Dominion chose to include codes My Pillow used to give customers a discount.

Mike Lindell has repeatedly claimed that he hopes Dominion sues him, hence, giving him the ability to share everything he’s discovered about the voting machine company in the discovery phase of the lawsuit. Mike doesn’t seem to be too worried about the lawsuit—he’s focused on saving America by ensuring that voter fraud in the 2020 election is exposed and proving that there’s no way that Joe Biden, a candidate who campaigned from his basement, got more votes than any presidential candidate in American history.

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