Domain Voting Systems on Tuesday sued two moderate media organizations, One America News Network and Newsmax Media, saying they defamed the US voting machine company by spreading bogus cases that it manipulated the 2020 election against then-US President Donald Trump.
Domain additionally documented a claim making comparable allegations against businessman Patrick Byrne, the previous chief executive of online retailer Overstock.com.
The claims are the most recent legitimate activities taken by Denver-based Dominion against Trump partners who intensified bogus hypotheses about the firm.
In every one of the three claims documented on Monday, Dominion is looking for more than $1.6 billion in harms, refering to lost benefits and different damages.
In an explanation, Newsmax said, “While Newsmax has not explored the Dominion recording, in its inclusion of the 2020 Presidential elections, Newsmax just provided details regarding allegations made by notable well known individuals, including the President, his guides and individuals from Congress — Dominion’s activity today is a reasonable endeavor to crush such announcing and sabotage a free press.”