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Legal Experts Say Mike Lindell LIKELY To Prevail In Lawsuit Against D0mini0n!


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You likely know that Mike Lindell is currently engaged in litigation with Dominion.

The stakes are $1.3B.

That’s billion, with a B.

But now legal experts are weighing in and saying Mike Lindell is likely to prevail with his legal theory.

The MSM spun it as “not far-fetched” that Lindell could win.

That’s MSM code for “Mike is very likely to win and we hate that we have to report it.”

But here at WeLoveTrump, we bring you the real news, unfiltered and unbiased.

What a concept!

You know, kind of like the press was supposed to be!

Dinesh called Lindell’s strategy a “mother of all bombs”:

According to Business Insider, Lindell has a good chance of winning:

In August, attorneys for Mike Lindell’s pillow company raised a legal argument that could deal a blow to a $1.3 billion defamation lawsuit brought by Dominion Voting Systems.

Attorneys for MyPillow argued that, since Dominion develops technology used in elections, it’s effectively a government official. And since government officials need to clear a high bar to win defamation lawsuits, they argued the lawsuit couldn’t stand.

“At the heart of this case is the scope of an American citizen’s right to criticize how his government handles the counting of votes,” MyPillow’s attorneys wrote. “Were electronic voting systems used in the November 2020 election hacked and manipulated? Plaintiff Dominion’s billion-dollar defamation lawsuits and related public attacks against MyPillow and numerous others are an effort to choke off public discussion of these foundational political issues.”

Overwhelming evidence showed that the 2020 presidential election results were sound. But legal experts told Insider that MyPillow’s argument wasn’t far-fetched.

“The defendants are claiming that because the plaintiff is performing a strictly government function, they should be treated as a public official,” said Frederick Schauer, a University of Virginia professor and First Amendment expert. “That is not an implausible claim, nor is the response that the plaintiff is sufficiently down in the food chain that they cannot really be considered an official, even if they are doing something governmental under contract with the government.”

US District Court Judge Carl Nichols is expected to rule on that argument later this month. But even if he rules in MyPillow’s favor, that doesn’t necessarily mean Dominion’s lawsuit would be dead.

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MyPillow’s attorneys wrote, “At the heart of this case is the scope of an American citizen’s right to criticize how his government handles the counting of votes. Were electronic voting systems used in the November 2020 election hacked and manipulated? Plaintiff Dominion’s billion-dollar defamation lawsuits and related public attacks against MyPillow and numerous others are an effort to choke off public discussion of these foundational political issues.”

And it isn’t just MyPillow’s lawyers who are saying that this lawsuit may be dead in the water. University of Virginia professor and First Amendment expert Frederick Schauer told Insider, “The defendants are claiming that because the plaintiff is performing a strictly government function, they should be treated as a public official. That is not an implausible claim, nor is the response that the plaintiff is sufficiently down in the food chain that they cannot really be considered an official, even if they are doing something governmental under contract with the government”.

The actual standard that’s being called into question in this case is called the “Actual Malice” standard as determined by New York Times v. Sullivan in 1964. The Court handed down the decision that Schauer thinks could be the key to Lindell’s case being thrown out.

“The Sullivan ‘actual malice’ standard, which requires that the plaintiff show intentional falsity or something very close to it (refusal to investigate in the face of actual knowledge of possible falsity), applies to public officials as plaintiffs, and, as of a few years after Sullivan, public figures. If the plaintiff is not a public official or public figure, then the plaintiff only has to show falsity and negligence. That’s a huge difference”, stated Schauer.

While Mike certainly still has an uphill battle and is still dealing with the cancellations and witch hunts waged against him, there seems to be a light at the end of the tunnel. US District Court Judge Carl Nichols should be handing down his decision on Lindell’s case later this month. Unfortunately, even if he rules in Lindell’s favor it doesn’t necessarily mean that the fight is over.

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