They’re really trying to silence this man aren’t they?
Aside from the 24/7 ridicule that Mike Lindell receives courtesy of the corrupt MSM, and recent allegations of being attacked—Mike Lindell could now be a victim of U.S. government spying.
The potential evidence comes via Monkey Werx Overwatch, an expert on tracking aviation movements.
Now, while none of this is confirmed, I don’t have any reason to doubt this. Many of you have seen what this administration identifies as domestic terrorists, and voicing concerns over voter fraud puts you on the top of that list.
Give the video below a watch, his analysis begins at 5:19:
A spy plane circling Mike Lindell's cyber-symposium? It seems to me like something is going on here. Someone really wants to silence this man. The way they ridicule him relentlessly is proof of that. https://t.co/8PN4r1CYFQ#Mikelindell #cybersymposium
— The Quill Press (@Squidward3424) August 16, 2021
Contract Surveillance Plane Caught Flying in a Grid Pattern Over Mike Lindell’s Cyber Symposium. It was an unmarked, military style spy plaine.
— DENNIS ZELLAHA (@DZellaha) August 15, 2021
The analysis was featured on NOQ Report:
The aircraft that was being tracked, tail number N314HB, is owned by Marc Inc. The company’s website claims it is “North America’s largest provider of specialized contract aircraft and flight crews for airborne GIS, survey and surveillance projects.”
At first glance, the website did not seem like it belonged to a company that could pull off the type of surveillance we believe we’re seeing at the Cyber Symposium. But digging deeper revealed that this is a company that likely couldn’t care less about the quality of its 2010 website. They have a huge fleet and state-of-the-art equipment that would negate the need for marketing or website upgrades.
The Mike Lindell’s Cyber Symposium had spy planes monitoring it. The tail number of the plane was N314HB. It was hired out via MARC, Inc The specialize in surveillance. Who owns MARC? Who contracted the plane? And why was there a Google balloon @ 60,000 hovering nearby?
— 🇺🇸The Best is Yet to Come🇺🇸 (@RhondaKittle) August 14, 2021
— Jennifer Hudson (@Jennife64444477) August 16, 2021
Argus Leader reports that Mike Lindell was attacked at his symposium:
MyPillow founder Mike Lindell told attendees at his “cyber symposium” Thursday morning in Sioux Falls that he was “attacked” Wednesday night at his hotel.
Now the Sioux Falls Police Department said they’ve received a report.
Lindell briefly told attendees he was “attacked,” but did not go into detail about the incident while on stage at his three-day event at the South Dakota Military Heritage Alliance.
“I’m OK. It hurts a little bit,” Lindell said. “I just want everyone to know all the evil that’s out there.”