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Voting machine manufacturer’s lawsuits thread

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Muse

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Yea, but she's not licensed as an L.L.C., just a lawyer, certain other forms of debts cannot be forgiven either, student loans and judgements to name a few. Lets say I'm driving drunk and irresponsibly cause you injury, a judgement from your lawsuit I could not discharge through bankruptcy. You have been damaged both physically and emotionally and the court would rule against me, similarly, Powell caused Dominion great damage by repeatedly claiming their product could and was hacked to steal votes for Biden, now future potential customers might think twice before doing business with them.
I heard that Dominion is suing Powell for over 1 Billion dollars. I imagine she doesn't have anything like that kind of money. Now, a lean on Trump would be nice. I'd love to hear he's convicted by the Senate and that he's filing for bankruptcy again. Permanent bans by Facebook and Youtube would also be great news. I want to see moving companies taking away the furniture from Mar-a-Lago.
 
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fskimospy

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He keeps boasting about how discovery is going to allow him to uncover some supposed grand conspiracy to rig the election. I strongly suspect he's going to be one very unhappy, and very poor man in the not so distant future.

I'm having trouble thinking of another case like this one where a guy openly and willingly flushed his entire company and fortune down the toilet based on some crazy conspiracy theory.
 
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He keeps boasting about how discovery is going to allow him to uncover some supposed grand conspiracy to rig the election. I strongly suspect he's going to be one very unhappy, and very poor man in the not so distant future.

I'm having trouble thinking of another case like this one where a guy openly and willingly flushed his entire company and fortune down the toilet based on some crazy conspiracy theory.
I think this one is a true believer. TBH, he strikes me as not being very bright.
 
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fskimospy

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I think this one is a true believer. TBH, he strikes me as not being very bright.
I agree he doesn't seem super smart. He's also going to be very sad when the Trump movement tosses him aside without a second thought when he's no longer useful.
 

VRAMdemon

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If only, instead of screaming all over the right-wing airwaves, Lindell had found some sort of padded rectangular object to scream into, he could have possibly avoided this lawsuit.

And if he thinks that doubling down on his insane claims during the trial is going to help him, well…good luck with that.
 

Meghan54

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woolfe9998

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Yep, he tried to dodge service after he claimed to welcome the lawsuit. He lied. He's pissing his pants over it. And with good reason.

And he's also an idiot. Any lawyer knows that it is impossible to dodge service for long. Even if the plaintiff can't physically locate a defendant, there are other ways to effect service of process.
 

MtnMan

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Oh wait, he said he "welcomed" the law suit so he could access there information. You don't suppose that was just some verbal bravado, and like a true trumpanzee all bullshit.

Do these people really think that running and hiding is going to get them out of the lawsuit. Sidney Powell also tried this, hiding in a town full of the rich near here. Yep, she got served also.
 

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