Mike Lindell recently announced that he’d filed a new lawsuit against Dominion Voting Systems, Smartmatic, and other companies.
The suit accuses the companies of a “lawfare campaign” and says they are “weaponizing the judicial system and the litigation process to silence dissent.”
Mike Lindell also wants to recover damages from these companies.
According to Lindell, he is “entitled to recover his actual and special damages from Dominion and Smartmatic for their collective role in their conspiracy and enterprise to harm him — damages which presently are estimated to exceed $2 billion.”The Gateway Pundit
This sounds like a powerful lawsuit that should generate a lot of interest, regardless of what happens in the courts.
But despite signing onto the lawsuit, the law firm dropped him as a client.
And one of Lindell’s attorneys mysteriously left the firm after the lawsuit was announced.
The law firm Barnes & Thornburg LLP dropped Mike Lindell as a client after he filed a lawsuit against Dominion, Smartmatic, and affiliated voting technology companies.
Alec J. Beck, the attorney who worked for the firm and signed onto the lawsuit suddenly parted ways with the firm Friday.
Beck will still remain a part of Mike Lindell’s litigation team.The Gateway Pundit
Perhaps someone turned up the pressure on that attorney, trying to stop Lindell from making progress.
Or maybe the attorney had a change of heart about the law firm he was working with.
According to the law firm:
“Late last night, firm management became aware of the filing of the complaint which was done without receiving firm authorization pursuant to internal firm approval procedures,” a Barnes & Thornburg spokesperson told Law&Crime in an email Friday afternoon. “The firm has withdrawn as local counsel in this matter and has ended the client relationship. The attorney representing the client in this matter is no longer with the firm.”The Gateway Pundit
Who knows what’s really going on, but the good news is it’s not phased Lindell one bit.
He’s still moving forward with the lawsuit.
And Beck, the attorney, is still on Lindell’s team.
So we look forward to seeing what happens with Lindell’s lawsuit, and will report back to you when we hear more.