MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell is sanctioned for his frivolous lawsuit

Earlier this week, a U.S. district judge ordered MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell to pay some of voting machine company Smartmatic's court costs and fees, saying that some of Lindell's claims against Smartmatic are "frivolous."

b"The Court finds that at least Lindell's As U.S. District Judge Carl Nichols wrote in his ruling, "the Court agrees with Smartmatic that Lindell has asserted at least some groundless claims." 

Iclaim against Smartmatic under the Support or Advocacy Clause is frivolous (other claims fall into the same category) 

The Court orders Lindell and his previous counsel to pay a portion of the fees and costs Smartmatic has incurred to defend itself and seek sanctions," he said.

Nichols also dismissed lawsuits against Smartmatic, Dominion Voting Systems and Hamilton Place.

Lindell told Bloomberg Law that whatever the judge thinks is his opinion. 

"I have lawyers doing more important things, like removing these machines from every state."

"I have lawyers doing more important things, like removing these machines from every state."

. His decision to appeal the ruling will be made later, he told the news outlet.

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