MyPillow guy countersuing Dominion for $1.6 billion, and his 'free speech' site launch is … weird
Okay, so MyPillow guy Mike Lindell’s new site, Frankspeech.com, isn’t working quite yet. It was supposed to launch days ago, but if you go there right now (as of this writing, that is), you’ll see Lindell fielding a series of prank phone calls and interviewing Ted Nugent. No apparent social-media-ing going on yet. (According to Lindell, “Frank Speech was attacked this morning,” and so it can’t yet be used. But he promises to stream insane video of himself and other kooks for the next 48 hours.)
By the time you read this, maybe Lindell will have found a way to expunge the pranksters’ free speech from the free speech site, and perhaps Randy Quaid will show up with absolute proof that 20 million uncounted Trump votes were squirreled away in a Frankfurt, Germany, frogurt machine back in November.
But that’s burying the lede, because Lindell also announced today that he—or, rather, his company MyPillow—is suing Dominion Voting Systems for $1.6 billion, which is, oddly, more than the amount Dominion sued him for in response to his serial election lies.