MyPillow’s Mike Lindell will be eating his words right now — because his company put out a challenge a couple of years back, saying he had proof that China interfered in the election and was egging people to prove him wrong.
The problem? An arbitration panel found that someone did … and now he’s gotta pay up.
Here’s the deal, Mike put the “Prove Mike Wrong” challenge out there in 2021 ahead of his so-called cyber symposium in South Dakota. He said he had data showing Chinese interference in the 2020 election and offered up $5 mil to anyone that could prove it wasn’t the real deal.
Fast forward to Wednesday — according to the Washington Post, a private arbitration panel determined 63-year-old Nevada resident Robert Zeidman analyzed Mike’s data and in fact proved it didn’t show the evidence Mike said it did … meaning Zeidman’s entitled to the dough.
Zeidman put together a 15-page report that he insisted the data did “not contain any information related to the November 2020 election.”
Robert reportedly had to go to the arbitrators after Mike’s management company denied a payout. They’ve ordered the company to cough up the cash within the next 30 days. Mike clearly isn’t going down without a fight … telling The Post the arbitrators made a mistake and vowing “This will be going to court!”
Still, this whole thing has gotta be hurting Mike for sure — maybe he should go sleep on it.