Mike Lindell and his compatriot Rudy Giuliani attend the Republican National Convention in support of Donald Trump, and in ...
Claims of electoral fraud have been repeatedly rejected in court and by independent election experts. Lindell has also faced financial consequences over his claims and subsequent legal cases.
Judge Erickson rejected Lindell's claims that the seizure ... That list included Lindell's case. The court typically does not offer explanation on cases it denies. Newsweek reached out to MyPillow ...
The company owes its Pennsylvania-based landlord $447,603, according to a court filing, but Lindell says payment is being ...
Mike Lindell has asked Donald Trump to put him in charge of US elections in his potential next administration.
Nichols previously denied motions from Lindell, Powell, and Giuliani to dismiss the lawsuits and consolidated the three separate lawsuits into one case that will move to trial in tandem.
More:MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, a Trump ally, has his phone seizure case rejected by Supreme Court GOP Whip Sen. John Thune, R-S.D., and Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, are both running to replace ...
A Colorado judge has rejected claims from civil and voting rights organizations that Donald Trump supporters intimidated ...
A federal judge tossed out a lawsuit against three Colorado election conspiracy theorists who’d been accused of voter ...
Those cases are ongoing, and Lindell has denied wrongdoing. In February, a judge ordered Lindell to pay $5 million (plus interest) to a man who in 2021 accepted Lindell’s challenge to “Prove ...
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell made his case for being put “in charge” of elections in a second Trump administration during an appearance on the War Room podcast Tuesday. In an interview with Jack ...
Speakers at the Republican National Convention have to be just right: Not too MAGA hot, not too MAGA cold, leaving some Trump ...