MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell is now offering $5 million to any ‘cyber guys’ even if it’s ‘media,’ if the can prove that it’s not valid data from the 2020 November election.
“All the cyber guys, I don’t care if it’s media; they can dig into all this data. If they can prove [that] it’s not all valid data from the 2020 election, the November election, we have it all,” he said on Steve Bannon’s “War Room” podcast. “We have 37 terabytes of information.”
“They’re gonna try and discredit it before that,” he said. “CNN if it’s you and you’re gonna try and do this or whoever, why don’t you come, I’ve invited them all to the symposium so come there, you know It, why don’t you prove it there so then you can win $5 million.”
At the symposium, Lindell said they will “line up all the machines” and have mock elections where they’ll be able to show that votes could be hacked or flipped.
Then the “cyber guys” will, be able to confirm his claims, Lindell said.
The event is not open to the public, but will be livestreamed on Frank, Lindell’s website launched at an event held at the Mitchell Corn Palace in May.
Lindell has been a staunch supporter of 45th President Donald Trump and has faced intense backlash over it.
This is an excerpt from Conservative Brief.
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