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On Aug 10-12, Mike Lindell will be hosting a Cyber Symposium where he plans to release evidence of massive voter fraud that he and a team of forensic experts have amassed since the November 2020 election.
Mike Lindell’s explosive documentaries, Absolute Proof, and Absolute Interference have been watched by almost 200 million people from around the world. The first documentary explains how a large team of forensic and IT experts have determined massive voter fraud took place in the November election via internet connections within voting machines. The follow-up documentary, Absolute Interference takes a deep dive into statistical anomalies with voters and voter registrations as explained by data modeling expert Dr. Douglas G. Frank. It also includes evidence that allegedly proves IP addresses from foreign countries were connected to our voting machines to other countries.
His investigation into voting machine irregularities has ruffled a few feathers. Dominion Voting Machines sued his My Pillow company for $1.3 billion for defamation. The My Pillow CEO responded with a $1.6. billion lawsuit against Dominion Voting Machines for threatening or suing individuals and media who dare to talk about voter fraud related to voting machines. Lindell’s lawsuit accuses Dominion of suppressing free speech. In addition to suppressing the voices of Americans who have a right to investigate and question the security of the voting machines used in our elections, the My Pillow CEO admits he’s lost tens of millions in sales this year after multiple big box stores like Kroger, Bed Bath and Beyond, Kohl’s, and Wayfair dropped his My Pillow products from their inventory over his fight for election integrity.
In Mike Lindell’s third election fraud documentary “Absolute Proof 9-0” named after Mike’s claim that after viewing his new information, that includes “packet captures” or “PCAP’s,” that show proof of specific internet traffic via packets of information, the US Supreme Court, in a 9-0 decision will rule that massive voter fraud took place in November.
Many on the left and in the Democrat Party mainstream media have mocked Mike Lindell’s claim about the “packet captures” that he says will prove without a doubt that our elections were infiltrated by foreign actors.
Mike Lindell is now putting his money where his mouth is. On August 10-12, Mike will host a Cyber Symposium where he will offer a $5 million award for anyone who can prove that the “cyber data and the packet captures” from the November 2020 elections are not valid.