Opinion: As Dominion Voting Systems continues to go after media outlets and others who promoted baseless claims that it fixed the election, there is one person in Arizona who should be very afraid.
By Laurie Roberts | Arizona Republic
I wonder how Arizona Republican Party Chairwoman Kelli Ward is sleeping these days, as Dominion Voting Systems hires additional lawyers to go after various Trump allies who accused the company of massive election fraud.
Last week, Dominion filed its fourth defamation lawsuit, this one a $1.6 billion whopper charging that Fox News spread the bogus conspiracy claim in order to boost ratings that plummeted after the network called Arizona for Joe Biden on election night.
And on Monday, Dominion lawyer Thomas Clare told Axios it would be “a fair assumption” that the company will go after additional media outlets and others who spread the debunked theory of a Venezuelan-style plot to switch votes from Donald Trump to Biden.
“Once we feel like we got enough evidence, whether it’s the president or other individuals, we’re going to proceed expeditiously,” he said.
That’s got to leave Ward quaking in her sensible pumps, especially given her video exposé: “Domiinion Exposed – This Video Should Terrify Every Single American.”
Will Dominion sue Ward? Good question
Ward is one of 150 people across the nation hit by Dominion with cease-and-desist letters in December. She stands in good company, right along with Trump lawyers Sidney Powell and Rudy Giuliani and MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell. The three high-profile Trump advocates each have been slapped with $1.3 billion lawsuits.
A spokesman for Dominion declined to comment on whether the company plans to sue Ward.