The Mike Lindell cyber symposium is being largely ignored by the mainstream media, including outlets like FOX.
It’s clear the threat of legal action by giants like Dominion is silencing speech even from reporters who lean toward the right.
However, for those inside the room, it seems to be an eye-opening experience.
If you haven’t yet seen their intro video it is a must-see.
— Jerrod Sessler 🇺🇸 Republican for Congress – WA (@Sessler) August 10, 2021
Not only are they able to see how the numbers are manipulated, but the information at the Symposium is giving people a chance to see how easily entire voting systems can be manipulated.
In one of the breakout rooms, IT experts created a custom-built model of the computer systems similar to those used in US elections. The IT experts who created it called the Minion system, a tongue-in-cheek reference to the creators of the voting systems used in our elections, namely Dominion.
Here is a video of one of the breakout room sessions, courtesy of Congressional candidate Jerrod Sessler:
According to one of the IT guys who created this system:
Could these systems be used to run a fair election? The answer to that is Yes, they could be used to run a fair election. However, they are ripe with exploits in order to run an unfair election.
Within the first 10 minutes of running our system, someone had already hacked into the system using a Galaxy S note phone so we had to take it down. I wanted to kind of leave it open to see if it would happen. I wasn’t shocked when it did.
It’s incredible to me that we trust one of our most precious rights, the right to a free and fair election to systems that can be so easily manipulated. If we ever want fair elections, politicians need to stand up for voting integrity including ID laws which are required even in third world countries.
Lindell’s symposium is opening our eyes to how things were done.
It’s time for the courts to open their eyes too.