Lendl’s request for dismissal was based entirely on where Dominion brought their case against him. The MyPillow man claimed his business was in Minnesota, and thus Dominion Voting Systems should have sued him on his land. Dominion argued that while they could file a lawsuit there, Mr. Brain Pillow did so much organizing and lying in Washington, D.C., along with the disgraced ex-man, that they felt that DC had a greater stake in deciding what to do about Mr. Lindell. Judge Nichols wrote,lindThus ell failed to establish the preponderance of the evidence that the transfer Justified, the court refuses to transfer the case against him. ”
This means that these three anti-democratic charlatans must continue to stand up to legal music because the case will move forward. Judge Nichols also concluded that the First Amendment did not introduce ‘comprehensive immunity’ To the three under the banner of freedom of expression.
As a primary matter, there is no blanket immunity for statements of a “political” nature: as the Court of Appeal has made clear, the fact that statements made in a “political” context “do not indiscriminately immunize every statement contained therein.” It is true that courts recognize the value of “imaginary expression.” or “rhetorical exaggeration” at a certain level in our public debate. But it is not simply the law that provable false statements cannot be enforceable if made in the course of an election.
MyPillow man Mike Lindell has Tried to file a mixed conspiracy-laden lawsuit against Dominion In some attempts to play, while Rudy Giuliani Sidney Powell is said to bow out to record cameo compliments for a few hundred dollars a pop. *Sidney Powell seems to be working on the defense that she is not a believable person and therefore cannot discredit anything.
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