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Politics MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell's Lawyer Doug Wardlow Announces Run for Minnesota Attorney General

02:01  18 february  2021
02:01  18 february  2021 Source:   newsweek.com

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MINNEAPOLIS — Republican Doug Wardlow announced Wednesday he' s running again for Minnesota attorney general . Wardlow lost the 2018 race to Democrat Keith Ellison by about 4 percentage points. Wardlow is a former state lawmaker who now serves as general counsel for MyPillow , whose founder, Mike Lindell , has spent months spreading misinformation in support of former Wardlow issued a statement accusing Ellison of politicizing the attorney general ' s office, allowing crime to skyrocket and doing harm to businesses and employees instead of being their ally.

Lindell said Friday. * "It will all get out there, and when it does, we'll see what elections are going to have to be done with paper ballots and no machines. Otherwise, it doesn't make sense to put in everybody's resources and time."Between the lines: While he's leaving the door open, Lindell ' s comments create a path for bowing out.Why it matters: If Lindell runs , name recognition and his ties to Trump could give him an edge among GOP voters. * Many top Republican officials and consultants think having the unpredictable pillow salesman at the top of the ticket would spell disaster for their

Doug Wardlow, the lawyer for MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, has announced his intention to run again to become Minnesota's attorney general.

Patricia Heyano, Doug Wardlow are posing for a picture: Doug Wardlow, the lawyer for MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, has announced his intention to run again to become Minnesota's Attorney General. In this October 4, 2018 photo, Wardlow speaks at a campaign rally held by US President Donald Trump at the Mayo Civic Center in Rochester, Minnesota. © Hannah Foslien/Getty Doug Wardlow, the lawyer for MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, has announced his intention to run again to become Minnesota's Attorney General. In this October 4, 2018 photo, Wardlow speaks at a campaign rally held by US President Donald Trump at the Mayo Civic Center in Rochester, Minnesota.

Wardlow, a Republican, ran against the state's current attorney general, Democrat Keith Ellison, for the same office in 2018 and lost by 98,948 votes, a margin of less than four percent.

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One of Donald Trump’ s fiercest supporters, MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell , went to a meeting at the White House with notes suggesting “martial law if necessary”. The notes, captured by a photographer as Mr Lindell entered the Oval Office on Friday, come after Mr Lindell tweeted then deleted calls for the president to “impost martial law ” in the seven battleground states that won the election for Joe Biden. The page is curved and not fully visible, but the heading is titled “[illegible] taken immediately to save the [illegible] constitution". It references a “cyber” attorney and “Kraken” attorney Sidney Powell

MyPillow founder Mike Lindell aired his promised documentary alleging voter fraud against Donald Trump on Friday to a wave of mockery, with even One America News Network airing a telling major disclaimer before the show. But Lindell has remained a Trump loyalist and one of the loudest voices on the right when it comes to the November presidential election. After inviting a lawsuit from Dominion multiple times in interviews, and getting both his and his company’ s Twitter accounts suspended, Lindell aired a promised documentary on OAN called ‘Absolute Proof,’ which he said provides “100

In Wardlow's campaign announcement video, released Wednesday, he targets Ellison as tolerating increased lawlessness and unfairly enforcing the governor's "tyrannical" COVID-19 restrictions on small businesses.

Comparatively, Wardlow says he will "defend law enforcement" and defend "constitutional liberties, including your right to bear arms and defend yourself."

In the video, Wardlow criticizes Ellison for endorsing the state's Democratic Representative Ilhan Omar, a supporter of the "defund the police" movement.Ellison explained

Ellison told a HuffPost reporter last June that he doesn't support the movement, even though he does support police reform. In a July 2020 interview with Progressive.org, Ellison said he thinks people mischaracterize the "defund the police" slogan in order to discredit police reformers and social justice activists. He has said there's a need for government officials to understand how to maintain peace without abusing human rights.

Voting machine company sues pro-Trump pillow man over false election claims

  Voting machine company sues pro-Trump pillow man over false election claims Dominion Voting Systems on Monday filed a $1.3 billion lawsuit against Trump ally Mike Lindell after he pushed false claims about the company rigging the 2020 election. "[Lindell] is well aware of the independent audits and paper ballot recounts conclusively disproving the Big Lie," Dominion states in its 115-page complaint. "But Lindell -- a talented salesman and former professional card counter -- sells the lie to this day because the lie sells pillows.

Lindell has repeatedly pushed his voter fraud conspiracy theories; he released a movie called which falsely claims a cyberattack 'flipped' the election. 'He has doubled down and tripled down', the Dominion attorney said. Earlier this month Newsmax host Bob Sellers stormed off camera as he tried to fact-check Lindell and stop him pushing unfounded claims about Dominion Voting Systems rigging the presidential election. Sellers later made a groveling apology, calling Mike 'a friend of the network'.

Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post via GettyMAGA diehard and pillow magnate Mike Lindell is the next target of a Dominion Voting Systems lawsuit over his wild claims about nonexistent election-fraud conspiracy, with the lead attorney representing Dominion telling The Daily Beast he expects to file the suit He has made himself a higher public profile with his documentary,” Tom Clare, an attorney representing Dominion, told The Daily Beast on Tuesday afternoon. Clare confirmed in a brief phone call that Dominion would be filing suit against Lindell “imminently.”The suit would make Lindell the

"I think what [the police reform movement is] saying is, 'Do you really need four guys with guns to investigate a fake $20 bill? Is that what we need?'" Ellison said, referring to the four police officers who killed Black Minneapolis resident George Floyd.

Wardlow's video also accuses Ellison of presiding over a rise of crime throughout the state.

The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) says that state attorney generals operate as the state's legal representative in court—predominantly handling environmental, civil and only "serious statewide criminal prosecutions"—rather than lowering crime rates statewide, a role which often falls to legislators and police officials.

Newsweek reached out to Wardlow's campaign for comment.

This is a breaking news story and will be updated as more information becomes available.

Dominion sues MyPillow founder over election conspiracy theories

  Dominion sues MyPillow founder over election conspiracy theories The lawsuit is Dominion's third against Trump allies since the election. It previously filed similar suits against lawyers Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell. Another U.S.-based voting vendor that mostly does business internationally, Smartmatic, has similarly sued Fox News and its hosts. Your browser does not support this video "Lindell knew there was no real 'evidence' supporting his claims," Dominion's lawsuit reads. "And he is well aware of the independent audits and paper ballot recounts conclusively disproving the Big Lie.

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Dominion says it hired private investigators in a bid to reach pro-Trump lawyer Sidney Powell .
Dominion had to pursue Powell “across state lines," which forced the company to have "unnecessary expenses for extraordinary measures to effect service [of process]," it wrote in the filing.Dominion had to pursue Powell “across state lines," which forced the company to have "unnecessary expenses for extraordinary measures to effect service [of process]," it wrote in the filing. Powell also "refused to respond" to requests from Dominion's legal team that would have allowed Powell more time to respond, the filing said.

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