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MyPillow Guy's Offer To Pay $5 Million To Whoever Proves His Election Lies False Bites Him In The A**

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Mike Lindell was ordered by an arbitration panel to pay cyber forensics expert Robert Zeidman $5 million for winning Lindell's 'Prove Mike Wrong' challenge.

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell is famous for his profoundly pro-Trump stance and his proclivity for loudly parroting Trump's rhetoric about the 2020 election being fraudulent.

Lindell held a “cyber symposium” in South Dakota in August of 2021 where he claimed that he would prove his claims of election interference by China with hard data.


He was so confident in this data that he offered $5 million to anyone who could prove that his data did not reflect election fraud, calling the challenge "Prove Mike Wrong."

Well, someone did "Prove Mike Wrong."

That proof was backed up by a private arbitration panel from the American Arbitration Association on Wednesday.

Computer forensics expert and electrical engineer Robert Zeidman accepted Lindell's challenge and proved his data not only didn't prove any election interference, but it had absolutely nothing to do with the 2020 election at all.

Arbitration records show Zeidman was the only expert to submit a claim for the challenge. Arbitrators ordered Lindell Management (the company that created the challenge) to pay Zeidman the $5 million within 30 days.

Arbitrators said Zeidman proved Lindell's data "unequivocally did not reflect November 2020 election data," and Lindell Management failing to pay him the $5 million was a breach of contract.

Their findings stated:

"Based on the foregoing analysis, Mr. Zeidman performed under the contract. He proved the data Lindell LLC provided, and represented reflected information from the November 2020 election, unequivocally did not reflect November 2020 election data."
"Failure to pay Mr. Zeidman the $5 million prized was a breach of the contract, entitling him to recover."

Twitter users took full advantage of the opportunity the decision presented to rag on Lindell.








Some apparently pitied Lindell, though.

Zeidman was "really happy" with the results of arbitration.

He told the Washington Post:

"They clearly saw this as I did — that the data we were given at the symposium was not at all what Mr. Lindell said it was. The truth is finally out there."

Lindell, on the other hand, was very unsatisfied with the arbitrators' decision.

He told the Post:

"They made a terribly wrong decision! This will be going to court!"

Whether Lindell can take the matter to court or not is not clear though.

The contest rules that were submitted to the arbitration panel stated any disputes would be "resolved exclusively by final and binding arbitration," even noting arbitration is "subject to very limited review by courts."

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