MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell said he’d give $5 million to anyone who can disprove data that he claims shows election interference.
To be eligible, you have to attend his upcoming cyber symposium, which is taking place in South Dakota between August 10 and 12.
Invitees include politicians, cybersecurity experts, and the media, though it will also be streamed for 72 hours on Frank.
Lindell said he wants the symposium to be the most-watched live event in history and is aiming for 1 billion people to watch it via his website. He has reserved 800 rooms for the event.
At the event, “Mike will reveal the cyber data and the packet captures from the November 2020 election,” the ad says. “A $5,000,000 prize will be offered to any attendee who can prove that this cyber data is not valid data from the November 2020 election.”
Lindell told Steve Bannon on his podcast “War Room: Pandemic” Monday that he has 37 terabytes of information related to voter fraud.
“This is going to be a Livestream event worldwide. All the media is invited. All of these cyber guys [that] can dig into all this data. They’re going to be able to go up to [a kiosk], they’ll put in their state, their town, maybe their precinct, and you dial it up, and you see ‘here’s what was reported,’ and ‘here’s what really happened.’ Show me that it’s not valid data.”
Lindell said that of the 37 terabytes of data that he has, “massive amounts” will be released leading up to the symposium. When asked how to win the money, he clarified that an invitee must attend the event and be a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). He said that such certified experts are welcome to attend along with media and politicians who will be invited:
“Coming to the Symposium [are] forensic experts from around the country. A couple from overseas. All the politicians are invited, all the Attorney Generals, the Governors, the Secretary of States, even the State Auditors. They’re sending out the invites today. Bring your own cyber guy, as long as he has credentials.”