Mike Lindell vows to 'melt down' Dominion's voting machines after his suit overturns election
Donald Trump and Mike Lindell. (Facebook)

Mike Lindell remains defiant despite the possibility that Dominion Voting Systems could take control of his MyPillow company if it wins a $1.3 billion defamation lawsuit against him.

"I'm the one that asked them to sue me," Lindell told Insider on Wednesday, for a story about the prospect of Dominion Voting Systems taking control of his company.

"I don't care if it's a scrillion, a billion, whatever. It's all just a joke," Lindell said, adding that he's "not worried" about Dominion's "frivolous" lawsuits, which he alleges are an attempt to suppress his voice "by trying to bankrupt Mike Lindell."

Instead, Lindell predicted that state attorneys general will soon file a lawsuit resulting in the Supreme Court getting rid of all voting machines — and overturning the results of the 2020 election.

"I want to take Dominion, the company, melt down the machines and use the metal for prison bars, and the plastic for the little trays they served breakfast on in prison, for all the Dominion people that were involved in this, and all the other criminals like Mark Zuckerberg, Jack Dorsey, the (Chinese Communist Party), everyone that was part of the biggest crime in the history of the world," Lindell said.

He went on to accuse Insider of "wasting my time" when a reporter asked if he's worried about the Dominion lawsuit succeeding. However, bankruptcy law experts told the site there's a real possibility that Dominion could eventually assume ownership of MyPillow.

"If MyPillow loses, Dominion will have two opportunities to add a pillow company to its portfolio: Seizing its assets or winning a bankruptcy auction," the site reported. "A jury will ultimately decide how much to award in damages if the case goes to trial. If a jury agrees with Dominion's assessments, the damages will almost certainly exceed MyPillow's value and Lindell's net worth."

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