MyPillow magnate Mike Lindell's latest election conspiracy theory is his most bizarre yet - 2021-08-06

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F203.png MyPillow magnate Mike Lindell's latest election conspiracy theory is his most bizarre yet August 6, 2021, Casey Tolan, CNN

Lindell, the MyPillow CEO and a close ally of former President Donald Trump, has emerged as one of the most vocal boosters still pushing false claims about the 2020 election. In a series of so-called documentaries, Lindell has advanced an increasingly outlandish theory that foreign hackers broke into the computer systems of election offices like Clark County to switch votes – in what he has described as the "biggest cyber-crime in world history."

Election officials at more than a dozen counties that Lindell has claimed were hacking targets told CNN that the pillow magnate's claims are utterly meritless. They noted that their voting machines are not connected to the internet, that the results are confirmed by paper ballots, and in some cases that official audits, recounts, or reviews have verified their vote tallies.

In addition, CNN interviewed nine cybersecurity experts, all of whom said the "proof" Lindell has released so far is nonsense – and that there is zero evidence of any kind of successful hacking of last year's election results.

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