Mike Lindell Melts Down When Expert Tries To Claim His $5 Million Cyber-Bounty
A security expert says he plans to collect Mike Lindell's $ 5 million bounty for anyone who can refute their conspiracy theories about the 2020 election dates.
And the CEO of MyPillow is unlikely to be coping very well with that.
"That had nothing to do with my data," he grumbled against podcaster Steve Bannon on Wednesday.
Bill Alderson of the Texas Security Agency told Dakota News Now that he signed up for the challenge and attended the disastrous Cyber Symposium where Lindell was supposed to present "packet captures" to testify to his savage allegations about the theft of the presidential election to prove Donald Trump.
But Alderson - the salon said he was a Trump supporter and hoped to agree with Lindell - said the pillow baron had given him and other experts in attendance nothing.
“We weren't able to get the dates of the actual 2020 elections. Very disappointing, "he told Dakota News Now, adding," Anyone who looked specifically for these P-Caps have been very disappointed. Some were a little angry. "
Now he wants Lindell to turn the dough upside down and provide Lindell's lawyers with evidence that the allegations are nonsense.
Lindell told Bannon that his lawyer was investigating this, but claimed the experts analyzed the wrong data.
"I'm not sure what's wrong with Mike," Alderson told the website. "He's like those desperate Afghans who cling to the side of a C17 trying to take off from the airport in Kabul ... Let's just hope he can jump before he dies."
Other experts came to a similar conclusion.
Josh Merritt, who was on Lindell's hired team, told the Washington Times that the so-called evidence was "a shit heap".
And election security expert Harri Hursti, who was brought to Lindell's event by CNN to analyze alleged evidence, said there was nothing.
"We were expecting a huge pile of data that we could not understand and how it can be evidence," said Hursti. "We didn't expect there wasn't a bunch of anything."
He told Dakota News Now that he heard Lindell withdrew the offer - but if it were on the table, he wanted a portion of the $ 5 million.
"Split it between us, that's fine," Alderson agreed. "I would like my share."
Lindell was once best known for his ubiquitous pillow infomercials, but in recent years he has become a star on the far-right political scene and a close ally of Trump.
He is being sued by Dominion Voting Systems for debunked allegations of election fraud for $ 1.3 billion in defamation.
This article originally appeared on HuffPost and has been updated.
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