Mike Lindell to file class action lawsuit ‘to get rid of’ defective voting machines; libs deflect with ridicule

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Mike Lindell announced Saturday that he would be launching an historic class-action lawsuit to protect voter integrity and earned himself ridicule from liberals over his word choice.

Lindell, founder and CEO of MyPillow, was in attendance at the “Kari Lake Rock and Roll Rodeo” in Morristown, AZ to support Lake, a former journalist, in her bid to be the Republican nominee for governor of Arizona. Lindell took the stage during the rally to inform the crowd of his new litigation.

“I’ve been working on it five months…” Lindell explained. “It’s a class action lawsuit against all machines and that they’re defective devices.”


“We’re getting county commissioners, county clerks, they’re all the plaintiffs,” he added. “And we’ve already got about 300 onboard. And we’re gonna get rid of these machines once and for all for any election in history.”

Lindell had taken time to speak with RSBN’s Brian Glenn before his on stage appearance to provide details on the lawsuit.

“It’s the most important class-action lawsuit in American history – in world history,” Lindell expressed. Comparing the voting machines used in the 2020 election to bad brakes on a car, he explained that the suit charges the machines are “considered defective devices.”

Regardless of the severity of the claims, or perhaps because of them, liberals couldn’t help but tear into the entrepreneur over his explanation that the suit was against “all machines.”

While some mused about their appliances needing good legal representation, others suggested that this would be part of a future war with machines so often depicted in cinema.

Despite repeatedly coming under fire, Lindell has persisted in his challenges against corruption throughout the United States government. In January it was reported that Lindell had filed a lawsuit against House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and the January 6 committee to prevent Verizon from releasing his phone records.

The attempt to gain access to his records was followed by his banks cutting ties with him. Minnesota Bank & Trust and Heartland Financial USA announcement that they were de-banking Lindell prompted him to state, “These guys have an agenda, there’s something wrong, or they would’ve done something before.”

Lindell doesn’t stand alone in his fight to shore up the integrity of the elections. Governors across the nation have signed new laws since 2020 and some have spoken up about their motivations.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) commented on outside influences impacting policies in America saying, “If you’re somebody that will light your hair on fire because Georgia is requiring voter ID but yet you’re lining your pocket with money from China and not a peep about the slave labor that’s going on over there, you, my friend, are a hypocrite, and you’re not somebody that should be taken seriously.”

Along with the jabs at Lindell, there was also signs of support:

– there were still showings of support for the stalwart businessman.


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