Source: The Washington Post - Link
The catch here is that Lindell offers very little that’s actually intended to serve as direct evidence of malfeasance. There is a lot of hand-waving about questions that had been raised about Dominion’s machines and lots of ad hominem assertions about the company and its employees, but the suit introduces very little that might be considered actual, direct evidence that votes were manipulated.
Lindell is going to blow his business and his fortune on this. The problem is that the other nutjobs will keep him afloat.