Despite the mainstream media attempt to destroy Mike Lindell’s credibility, multiple bombshells were dropped during Lindell’s highly-anticipated Cyber Symposium.
One of the largest bombshells was the claim that Trump WON Georgia by 293,265 votes.
That’s a massive margin.
That’s much larger than the approximate 12,000 margin of “victory” that Biden had over Trump.
According to multiple cyber security experts at Lindell’s Cyber Symposium, Trump’s actual margin was 40x larger than Biden’s supposed margin.
More details below:
— Vernon Jones For Governor (@RepVernonJones) August 12, 2021
Donald Trump won Georgia for 400,000 votes
— Steve Ferguson (@lsferguson) August 10, 2021
👁️👃👁️👉🚨🚨🚨🚨Mike Lindell just showed this on the screen. Georgia 👆💥 Anybody here from Georgia? pic.twitter.com/YAX3VuB0eE
— Carlos Alb. Pichardo (@SOloTOUr) August 10, 2021
But it’s not just Georgia.
Lindell went through every single state and showed the true vote totals.
These totals are based on the analysis by respected cyber forensic experts.
PolitiCrossing confirms 6 indisputable facts concerning the Georgia and Arizona elections in particular:
Mike Lindell is hosting a 3-day cyber symposium that can be watched at www.frankspeech.com. The symposium has been filled with cybersecurity experts and those that have been reviewing facts and date from the 2020 election. Mike Lindell has uncovered The Big Lie – which is that China used a cyberattack to change votes in all 50 states. The cyberattack followed an algorithm that was consistent in each state. For example, in Georgia the 2020 election results were: Biden – 2,473,633; Trump – 2,461,854. Lindell suggests that the new count would be Biden – 2,266,111 and Trump – 2,559,376. Mike Lindell calls this the big lie.
The cyber symposium has uncovered that a number of facts about the 2020 election that has been proven specifically in Mesa County Arizona.
- The Mesa Voting Machines were connected to the internet during the election. This would have to be the case for the cyberattack to happen to change votes all during the count.
- Public election data logs were not preserved for 22 months after the election with is what is suppose to happen according to federal law. The election date logs in Mesa County were changed.
- The MS SQL server files were wiped from the voting machines which Maricopa Country denies.
- Cybersecurity experts read through the voting system computer code and found a “ranked-choice voting” file in the code.
- Maricopa County has router passwords but refuses to release the passwords which would prove the election was a fraud.
- The votes in the 2020 election reflected the voter roles and population from the 2010 census.
Lindell says that these are indisputable facts that show that there were issues with the 2020 election. Speakers at the symposium continue to call for a full forensic audit of the 2020 election in every state across the country if the American public is to have faith in the election and the election process. The speakers at the symposium continue to point to the fact that it seems that a private company (dominion) and full elected officials are the ones that are protecting data and information about the election. In fact, one cybersecurity expert made the statement, “the question is: who’s running our elections? I think the third-party vendor is running our elections. I think this has been happening for a long time.”
Again, if none of the above is true, then Democrats should have an easy time debunking these claims.
But instead of arguing with facts and logic, they are attacking Mike Lindell’s character and credibility!
— John Solomon (@jsolomonReports) August 9, 2021
Donald Trump won Georgia for 400,000 votes
— Steve Ferguson (@lsferguson) August 10, 2021
We now have evidence that rejected ballots in Georgia were switched from Trump to Biden.
Multiple ballots were “rejected” by the machines.
And what did the adjudicators do?
Well, according to multiple reports, they switched the votes from Trump to Biden!
According to Just the News:
A day after the November election, as Donald Trump and other Republican candidates clung to evaporating leads in Georgia, vote counters in Atlanta were confronted by a paper ballot known only by its anonymizing number 5150-232-18.
A Dominion Voting machine had rejected the ballot on election night because the voter had filled in boxes for both Trump and his Democratic opponent Joe Biden, an error known as an “overvote.” The machine determined neither candidate should get a tally, and the ballot was referred for human review.
The image of the ballot, obtained by Just the News, shows the voter messily scribbled a large blob in the box to select Trump as president while also putting a thinner check mark next to Biden’s name.
At 6:10 p.m. ET on Nov. 4, 24 hours after the ballot was first scanned and rejected by Machine 5150, a panel of humans decided the vote should be awarded to Biden, with the notation “mark removed for Donald J. Trump.” You can see that ballot here:
Scores of additional ballots that same day had checks manually removed next to Trump’s name as well as many other candidates up and down the ticket — Libertarians, Democrats and write-ins alike — and the votes awarded instead to other candidates.
Welcome to the arcane process known as adjudication, where human judgment is substituted for machine scanning in cases where voters incorrectly filled out a paper ballot. Election officials and official observers have dealt with it for years, with everyday citizens mostly oblivious to the process.
But in 2020, adjudication played a much larger role in states like Georgia, which allowed hundreds of thousands of additional citizens to vote absentee for the first time during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In all, more than 5,000 of the 148,000 absentee ballots cast — or about 3% — in Georgia’s largest county required some form of human intervention, according to logs obtained from Fulton County by Just the News under an open records act request.
The adjudication ballots alone are not enough to change a Georgia election in which Biden and Trump were separated by less than 13,000 votes. However, they reveal an imperfect system vulnerable to chaos, subjectivity, or political dirty tricks, especially in a county like Fulton where state officials documented widespread irregularities and misconduct and now want to take over election counting.
Just the News reviewed 1,604 pages of adjudication logs from Fulton County and reviewed 4820 of the 5064 ballot images where human vote counters reviewed or overrode the Dominion Voting machines. The JTN review provided an unprecedented window into the extraordinary discretion accorded adjudication judges to interpret a voter’s intent on a flawed ballot.
It also raised another troubling question, at least in Georgia, where election regulations create two conflicting imperatives. One regulation, which is quoted on each absentee ballot, emphatically declares that a paper ballot should be deemed “spoiled” and uncountable if a voter makes any mistakes or unauthorized marks.
“If you make a mistake or change your mind or change your mind on a selection do not attempt to mark through the selection or attempt to erase. Write ‘Spoiled’ across the ballot and across the return envelope” and get a new ballot, language on each ballot reads.
Just the News reviewed hundreds of ballots that met the “spoiled” definition — ballots that voters had in some way altered, defaced, or corrected — that were still allowed to count after adjudication. The reason? Another Georgia regulation gives election officials broad discretion to try to determine the intent of a confused voter, and actually encourages them to find a way to make flawed ballots count.
The Georgia code stipulates that voting tabulators must be programmed to “reject any ballot, including absentee ballots, on which an overvote is detected,” with those ballots to be “manually reviewed” by a review panel following their rejection.
If a voter “has marked his or her ballot in such a manner that he or she has indicated clearly and without question the candidate for whom he or she desires to cast his or her vote,” the state code says elsewhere, then the ballot “shall be counted and such candidate shall receive his or her vote.”
Yet state law also directs that a ballot should be considered “spoiled” if, in part, a voter has used it to “cast more than the permitted number of votes.” A spoiled ballot “shall not be reinstated,” the code states, suggesting that any ballots deemed as such should not be counted.
Instructions on the Georgia Secretary of State’s website, meanwhile, suggest that voters have no choice but to declare their ballots spoiled in the event that they make a mistake on it.
This is why we need a forensic audit in ALL 50 states!
Shouldn’t our government want transparency?!
The people deserve the truth and full transparency from our government.
Instead, however, the Biden regime is hiding in the shadows.
Compare that to President Trump, who was the most accessible president ever for the media.
We hope that the truth about the 2020 presidential election will continue to be made known.
God bless you Mike!