Dominion Voting Systems Files $1.3 Billion Lawsuit Against Rudy Giuliani

Dominion Voting Systems has filed a $1.3 billion defamation lawsuit against Rudy Giuliani, former President Donald Trump’s lawyer for allegedly making defamatory statements about the company.

Dominion has accused Giuliani, of making “false and defamatory” statements regarding the 2020 election in his media appearances, on his Twitter account, and on his radio show.

Dominion’s 107-page lawsuit is based on his statements that were made and published across said media platforms. 

According to some of Guiliani’s statements, Dominion allegedly used software to change votes in the November presidential election from Trump to President Joe Biden.

“Because Giuliani and others incessantly repeated the false claims about my company on a range of media platforms, some of our own family and friends are among the Americans who were duped,” said Dominion CEO John Poulos.

Dominion claimed that it was impossible to program its voting software to switch votes because the machines print a paper ballot.

Dominion has also previously filed a similar lawsuit against pro-Trump Sidney Powell after hiring Clare Locke, a firm specializing in defamation lawsuits, and vowed to file more. 

Guiliani has not yet made a statement regarding the lawsuit.  

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