Mike Lindell & Cyber Symposium News

By: Tiffany Roney Salerno 

Mike Lindell announces location of cyber symposium, explains efforts to reverse ‘stolen election’


Mike Lindell, CEO of My Pillow and founder of the Lindell Recovery Network and now Frank Speech, announced July 4, 2021 the location of his upcoming Cyber Symposium — Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

At the symposium, which will be held August 10-12, Lindell will present cyber forensic evidence from unalterable packet captures, verified by hacking detection experts who work for the government and in the private sector, showing that a cyber-attack flipped millions of votes in the 2020 election.

“Lindell has brought good sleep to millions, but when it comes to election fraud, he won’t let it rest.”

“This isn’t just about the politicians getting in; it affects everyone in the world,” Lindell said during his July 4 interview on Brannon Howse Live. “If your vote doesn’t count, it’s over.”

Lindell told Howse that the purpose of the symposium is to demonstrate unalterable and fully vetted evidence showing that the recent federal election was attacked by China and other foreign entities, with domestic help from the Democratic Party. Lindell said his non-negotiable, objective evidence shows that Donald Trump won by more than 10 million votes.

Shortly after the symposium, Lindell plans to present that same evidence to the Supreme Court. He said he expects them to vote 9-0 because he has irrefutable proof. “It’s not subjective; we make it easy for them,” he said.

Chuck Reich, pastor, producer, television host and founder of Overcomers TV, which broadcasts to 85 million households, pointed out that Lindell speaks not as someone who is uneducated or unsuccessful but as a businessman with an academic degree, 2,500 employees, two patents and a net worth exceeding $100 million.

“You might not like what he stands for, but he’s not stupid. He wouldn’t, as a professional, come out and say this if he didn’t think it was true,” Reich said. “And he’s not full of anger; he’s a very generous man.”

Since the dawning of the United States of America, for any election in which a crime of election fraud was committed, there has been no statute of limitation, Lindell said. No matter when it was discovered that the crime had been committed, the correct candidate was reinstated.

“It’s just never happened at the presidential level,” Lindell said. “So it’s very exciting that we’re coming toward the end here. I can see the light.”

How to support Lindell’s efforts

Lindell is asking everyone to contact their senators, governors, legislators, secretary of state, and other government officials, as well as media personnel and any computer network experts they may know, to request that they attend and the Cyber Symposium.

Speaking specifically of elected government officials, Lindell said, “Tell them they need to attend; it is their duty to attend.”

Lindell and his team have reserved a thousand hotel rooms near the symposium to ensure that anyone in government, media or cyber security is able to come witness the evidence.

So far, Lindell has self-funded the majority of his efforts, but those who would like to support the cause of overturning the fraudulent election can donate to the Lindell Legal Offense Fund at lindelllegalfund.org.

“When we get through this, it’s going to be the greatest uniting of our country,” Lindell said, “where we will all once again be one nation under God.”

For more information go to: http://www.Frankspeech.com

Other Sources: https://www.newsweek.com/mike-lindell-promises-cyber-symposium-election-fraud-will-change-history-reinstate-trump-1606755

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