(RoyalPatriot.com )- Last week, the attorney for MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell interrupted his client during a broadcast to advise him not to say anything.
During a broadcast of “The Lindell Report” last week, Lindell was blabbing about his ongoing legal battle with Dominion Voting Systems, which is suing the pillow guy for defamation over claims he made about the company after the 2020 presidential election.
Lindell was teasing about revealing information about another voting machine company, Election Systems & Software when he interjected that Dominion has provided “zero” discovery “in their big lawsuits” and claimed the company was contesting everything.
He added that while he will offer more news about Election Systems & Software during the next broadcast, he would “break a little news here right now” that he said would “probably surprise a lot of people.”
Lindell started to ask his viewers if they know what country he took his “cyber team” and “IT people” when he suddenly paused, prompting his co-host Brannon Howse to ask him to continue.
Lindell, who was listening to someone in his earpiece, said he was getting advice from his attorney who told him “not to say anything.”
Howse then changed the subject.
You’d think a guy facing a $1.3 billion defamation lawsuit would know enough to keep his mouth shut.
Imagine being Mike Lindell’s lawyer.
If he isn’t bald already, he definitely will be by the time the Dominion case goes to court.
In October, the Supreme Court declined to consider Lindell’s attempt to block the lawsuit after a DC court ruled Dominion’s case could proceed.
In the August lower ruling, Washington DC Judge Carl Nichols said the case could move forward, writing that Dominion “has adequately alleged” that Mike Lindell knew his claims against the company were “false” or “with a reckless disregard for the truth” when he made them.