SCOTUS has delayed a massive lawsuit relating to election integrity yet again….
Why does this lawsuit keep being delayed? If Dominion and their co-conspirators have nothing to hide then why are we seeing constant delays and outright obfuscation?
Mike Lindell is onto something, and we all know it. Critics slander him—citing only his colorful personality and zeal, but beyond that they have nothing else.
They paint this man as a loon and a cooky ‘conspiracy theorist’, yet nothing he says is farfetched or out of place.
Why would anyone trust a powerful multinational corporation to have our best interests at heart? Why is it so difficult for some people to grasp the idea that powerful interests are not interested in our wellbeing?
Here’s what Mike Lindell told Steve Bannon:
Pillow magnate Mike Lindell has posted a copy of his long-promised election-overturning Supreme Court complaint on his website and it's missing a few things you commonly find in lawsuits, such as a plaintiff and lawyers. pic.twitter.com/BmWaqyFVfa
— Brad Heath (@bradheath) November 24, 2021
More details came by way of Trending Politics:
According to MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, his major Supreme Court case has been delayed, and he believes that it is purely for political reasons.
On Tuesday, Lindell told Steve Bannon that while state attorney generals claimed they would cosign the lawsuit, no filing had been made as of Tuesday afternoon.
Mike Lindell announces election lawsuit will be brought to Supreme Court on November 23.
People will ask how is this possible if the case isn't referred from a lower court.
It’s because the AG’s can appeal directly to the Supreme Court. Read More 👇https://t.co/ViPlXQKDLw
— TT45Again (@AgainTt45) November 21, 2021
Mike Lindell at the end of Trump's interview $DWAC
The attorneys general from this states are putting a lawsuit in on November 23, 2021, to sue the US government over the 2020 elections. pic.twitter.com/Lo1MZMB4gA
— Donald $DWAC (@Wega25636689) November 18, 2021
Washington Examiner noted some of the criticism against the lawsuit:
Lawyers were quick to pick apart the complaint.
“This whole thing is incredibly dumb, of course — I’ve skimmed it, heavens knows why — but it’s not much dumber than the actual lawsuit real Attorneys General filed in January. Which is not a defense of this, to be clear,” tweeted appellate attorney Raffi Melkonian.