Mike Lindell has been working tirelessly to uncover — and document — election fraud.
He’s hit it from every angle.
Paid millions for experts, millions for computer programmers, produced documentaries, and that’s just the start.
And now, today, he just told Steve Bannon on his WarRoom show: “It’s Over”.
Mike says he finally has the last pieces needed to prove the election fraud beyond any shadow of a doubt.
I like the sound of that!
Here’s more, from 100% F’d Up:
This morning, Mike Lindell appeared on Steve Bannon’s War Room where he revealed that Part III of the independent forensic report on Mesa County, Colorado’s Dominion vote tabulator (upon the direction of the now-dismissed County Clerk Tina Peters) is now available. (See HERE.) The report was prepared by Doug Gould, chief technical officer of Cyber Team US. Gould is an expert in Cyber Security with more than 40 years of experience in the field. He retired from AT&T after 31 years, where he served as Chief Cyber Security Strategist.
Mr. Lindell told War Room host Steve Bannon that his team of lawyers will be using this new evidence to get preliminary injunctions in individual states “to shut down their machines.” Mike told Steve they would be starting with seven states, although he did not name the states.
Watch the entire clip right here for yourself (or jump to the 7:00 minute mark) — Rumble link:
A summary of the key findings in the report by Doug Gould claim:
The forensic examination found that numerous logfiles had been deleted or overwritten. These logfiles are required to reconstruct the function of and events taking place on the the voting systems, and based upon information provided by legal counsel, must, by law, be preserved.
ability to determine and reproduce the conditions and details of election conduct using these systems, logfiles of all system functions, including normal activity, connectivity, file and data access, operator- and automated-processes,
and errors. Logfiles are critical to the ability to detect improper operation, including the ability to detect malicious
intrusions as well as other improper activities and conditions, and configuration changes that could enable alteration of the actual vote count.
Assuming this information to be correct, this forensic examination found that a substantially large number of these
requirements have not been met. This examination also found that destruction of critical logfiles has occurred. This
destruction is not incidental or minor but is extensive.
The purpose of this initial report is to document these findings and present preliminary evidence demonstrating
unacceptable conduct and system defects revealed by the examined images, as necessary for the Chief Election
Official to discharge her statutory obligations. The facts and resultant findings support the conclusions that:
1) Election-related data explicitly required to be preserved, as stated in the 2002 VS criteria referenced in
this section, have been destroyed in violation of Federal and State law, and
2) Due to non-compliance with the 2002 VS requirements, these voting systems and accompanying
vendor-provided, Colorado Secretary of state-approved procedures cannot meet the certification
requirements of the State of Colorado, and should not have been certified for use in the state.