After being suspended by Parler, a website favored by right-wing extremists, Wood has resumed posting controversial remarks on his Twitter feed. He has since posted on topics including the moon landing, Vice President Mike Pence, and congressional certification procedures for the 2020 presidential election. He has also tweeted similar comments to President Trump. While Wood’s suspension prompted backlash from prominent Trump supporters, he has continued to post controversial remarks on his account.
Lin Wood is suing Dominion Voting Systems for $1.3 billion
Attorney Lin Wood is joining the legal team of Sidney Powell, who is suing Dominion Voting Systems (DVS) for defamation. Wood and Powell have collaborated on a number of lawsuits and are seeking $1.3 billion in damages from the company. Wood told Forbes he’d pay a big price for the lawsuit because he stoked false claims about DVS. He was forced to take a mental health exam in order to keep his law license, and he’s now being sued by DVS over his comments.
While Trump’s supporters seized on the situation to accuse Dominion of election fraud, state and federal officials have denied these claims. The company’s CEO has gone into hiding. The lawsuit is based on allegations made by former US President’s associate, Rudy Giuliani, that the company was involved in a conspiracy to shift votes to his opponent, Joe Biden. It was filed in the District of Columbia federal court. It is among the first major fallout from the election involving a former president’s ally.
Lin Wood is suing media outlets over a video clip from a 2019 incident in Washington, D.C.
While Trump’s supporters have condemned Wood’s actions, he has also been targeted by right-wing allies for making wild claims without proof. Former lawyer Kyle Rittenhouse, for example, went after Wood’s attorneys, accusing them of taking advantage of their client. Nonetheless, it remains to be seen how the media response will play out.
In the clip, Wood is claiming he was threatened and abused by a woman he had never met before. He also alleges that he did not follow the law and was assaulted by a stranger. This claim relates to a case involving the Georgia Democratic Party. This incident took place in March, when the Georgia secretary of state, Raffensperger, changed the way absentee ballots were verified in an effort to resolve a legal dispute with the Democratic Party. Wood filed suit against Raffensperger, alleging that the change was unconstitutional, because it was made without legislative approval.
Lin Wood has doubts about the moon landing
Pro-Trump attorney Lin Wood has been spreading conspiracy theories over social media. He claims that NASA is faking the heliocentric model of the solar system and that the Earth is really a flat disk. His arguments are not supported by historical evidence, but they have made him a popular figure on social media. He has also challenged the legitimacy of NASA’s claims about the moon landing. Regardless of Wood’s views, it’s a good thing to know the truth about the moon landing.
He has filed lawsuits to keep millions of votes out of the vote-counting process
For months, Lin Wood has spread false information about the election and the vote-counting process. She has filed a few failed lawsuits, hoping to throw out millions of votes and keep President-elect Joe Biden from being elected. She gained notoriety representing Olympic bomber Richard Jewell, but she also engaged in plenty of perjury. Moreover, she has repeatedly attempted to take debunked fraud claims to the Supreme Court.
Among the recent complaints are allegations that Wood had been working with a group that was allegedly misled by the Electoral College and had hacked voter records. In her lawsuits, Wood argues that a number of election rules were broken, but she failed to claim a specific injury or a serious risk of injury. Wood also failed to allege a “chain of events” that connected all her allegations, such as the fact that she moved to another state and did not vote in Georgia.
He has been suspended from twitter after a pro-Trump riot at the Capitol
The pro-Trump riot took place in Washington D.C. during congressional affirmation of the presidential election results. The incident has sparked controversy. Lin Wood, an attorney and proponent of QAnon, has been linked to President Trump and has filed frivolous lawsuits on his behalf. His tweets suggest that the Capitol takeover was a staged riot. While Twitter has yet to say why Wood has been suspended, he has also been suspended from the Fightback organization.
After the incident, Twitter has permanently suspended Wood’s account. Twitter says Wood violated their terms of service and acted against him. However, the company did not disclose what his violation was. However, several Trump supporters have pushed this false narrative. Fox News host Laura Ingraham, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, and former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin have all promoted Wood’s false narrative. Rep. Mo Brooks and Texas Representative Matt Gaetz also defended Wood.