As you may recall, all around bullshit artist Mike Lindell held a “Cyber Symposium” in South Dakota. During this symposium he launched his “Prove Mike Wrong Challenge” in which he offered five million dollars to anyone who could show the data he provided did not show evidence of foreign interference in the 2020 election.
Computer forensics expert Robert Zeidman entered the contest and submitted a report showing that not only was there no packet data, but the data did not relate in any way to the 2020 election. When the contest judges – which included one of Mikey’s attorneys – declined to pay the five million, Zeidman filed for arbitration under the contest rules. Back in January both sides came up to Minneapolis to present their evidence, and on April 19 the three arbitrators ruled that Mikey had to pay Zeidman the five million he had earlier promised.
Naturally, Mikey has no intention of keeping his word and paying the five million and is doubling down on his claims. Instead, Mikey plans to drag this out and let it “end up in court.” Sigh. Mikey just pay the money and stop the nonsense. All you’re going to do is make yourself look stupid, egotistical, and not to be trusted.