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Mike Lindell Ordered to Pay 5 Million to Man who Debunked his 2020 Election Claims

On Wednesday, a federal judge decided that MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell is still required to pay the individual who disproved his claims about the 2020 election.

The most recent update in Lindell’s “Prove Mike Wrong” challenge unfolded as he had initially announced in 2021.

He had pledged a $5 million reward to individuals who could demonstrate that the data indicating election fraud was not connected to the 2020 election but rather a result of Chinese election interference.

Robert Zeidman, a computer forensics expert from Nevada, responded to the request and successfully demonstrated Mike’s error.

However, upon presenting his discoveries to Lindell, he was never granted the promised reward, and Lindell Management rejected his plea to receive it.

This resulted in the arbitration panel last spring, which ruled that Lindell had to pay Zeidman the well-deserved reward.

Following the decision, Lindell promised to pursue the case in court, leading to the ruling on Wednesday.

Lindell was among the many defendants in defamation lawsuits filed by Dominion Voting Systems and Smartmatic in relation to the 2020 election.

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