Mike Lindell's Company Ordered To Pay $5M For "Prove Mike Wrong" Challenge

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MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell put out a challenge in 2021, offering $5 million to anyone who could prove that his evidence of Chinese tampering in the 2020 presidential election wasn’t from the 2020 election.

One of the people who took him up on the challenge, software expert Bob Zeidman, says he spent a few hours examining the data and determined it was “all bogus.”

He tried to claim the money, but the company didn’t respond…which led Zeidman to get legal representation and take the case into arbitration.

Yesterday, a panel with the American Arbitration Association, ruled that Lindell owed Zeidman the $5 million payout because none of the data Lindell provided to Zeidman was related to the 2020 presidential election.

After the decision, Lindell said he would appeal the decision, and added, “This has all been one big plan, a coordinated plan, to stop me and others from getting rid of the electronic voting machines in the country and get back to hand-counted paper ballots.”

Source: CBS News

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