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Ok, let's give this loser his own thread.  He's made a complete fool out of himself along with anyone that has ever believed him and parroted his lives.  "oh"   ::)

Crashed his business.

Promised to deliver clear evidence of election theft on multiple occasions, but offered up absolutely nothing.

Completely bombed at his own “cyber symposium”.

Got punched in the mouth with lawsuits over his lies.  $1.3B   :'(

And now...

Fucked around and found out that lies have consequences.  5 MILLION consequences in this case.   :D

Mike Lindell Ordered to Pay $5 Million to Trump Voter Who Debunked His Election Lies

Fox News isn’t alone in having to pay millions of dollars for lying about the 2020 election. MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell was ordered on Wednesday to pay $5 million to Robert Zeidman, a 63-year-old Trump voter who debunked Lindell’s claim that China interfered in the election based on data Lindell provided.

It’s a strange story. It started in August 2021 when Lindell claimed during a “cyber symposium” in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, that he had data proving China interfered in the election. He announced he would pay $5 million to anyone who prove him wrong, dubbing the contest, naturally, the “Prove Mike Wrong Challenge.”

Zeidman signed up for the challenge, which required only that contestants prove that the data Lindell provided didn’t have anything to do with the 2020 election. Zeidman, a computer forensics specialist, did just that, finding the data was total nonsense. Lindell refused to pay up, so Zeidman took him to arbitration. The arbitration panel ruled that Zeidman did indeed prove that the data in question “unequivocally did not reflect November 2020 election data,” ordering Lindell to pay within 30 days.

“The truth is finally out there,” Zeidman told The Washington Post in a statement, adding that he is “really happy” with the decision.

Lindell doesn’t seem very keen to abide by the decision. “This will end up in court,” he told CNN, adding that the United States needs to do away with electronic voting machines.

Lindell is no stranger to court. The conspiracy theorizing pillow magnate — who has repeatedly claimed he can prove the 2020 election was stolen without ever actually doing so — was sued for defamation by Dominion Voting Systems over false claims that the company helped rig the election in President Biden’s favor. Lindell made the claims through several outlets, including Fox News, which on Monday settled their own defamation suit brought by Dominion to the tune of $787.5 million.

His products are way overpriced.

I'll give him credit for going from crackhead to successful businessman but it's pretty obvious he's not playing with a full deck

It's par for the course. Trump supporter refusing to pay up. How many bankruptcy's does his hero have? Fortunately the arbitrator made him pay up. Sad.. but expected

So let me get this straight. Mike Lindell sets up this whole "I'll pay $5million to anyone who can prove me wrong" challenge, sets his own terms on a contract which apparently included an arbitration clause. A man (who claims to be a Trump voter nonetheless) takes up Lindell's offer and submits a 15 page report to prove Lindell wrong. A judging panel (which included one of Lindell's attorneys) refuses to accept that the fella succeeded in proving Lindell wrong so the matter goes before an arbitration panel and they decide against Lindell. So now Mike "put your money where your mouth is" Lindell wants to go to court for this whole spectacle that he set up?


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