Dominion Voting Systems, the primary target of unfounded conspiracy theories about the 2020 presidential election, is “definitely” launching new lawsuits against those who made these false allegations, the company’s CEO said Tuesday.
CEO John Poulos, whose firm filed a $ 1.3 billion defamation lawsuit against MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell the day before, confirmed that further legal action is expected in CNBC’s interview with Eamon Javers about “Closing Bell”.
“It’s definitely not the last lawsuit,” Poulos said.
Asked if Dominion would sue Fox News, Poulos said, “We’re not ousting anyone.”
Since January, the ruling has also filed a lawsuit against former President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, and pro-Trump lawyer Sidney Powell.
A combination of Mike Lindell, Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell, against whom Dominion Voting Systems is suing.
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They and Lindell are accused of causing “irreparable damage” to the company’s reputation by spreading unfounded conspiracy theories.
The three lawsuits each claim more than $ 1.3 billion in damages.
“Only the damage done to our reputation was devastating to us,” Poulos told CNBC. He insisted that the “bigger point” of Lindell, Giuliani, and Powell’s lawsuit was to really put the facts on the table.
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