My Pillow Guy Mike Lindell is the founder and CEO of MyPillow. You must be aware of the fact that he had claimed and alleged Dominion machines back in December 2020 to be the ‘biggest fraud.’ According to him, Dominion machines were changing votes delivered in favor of Donald Trump to the favour of Joe Biden.
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Apart from alleging the voting system as fraud, Mike had also asserted that he would reveal the voting data that will prove his claim about the fraudulent voting system in his upcoming event of the cyber symposium.
Everybody is skeptical about Lindell’s contention being legit or fake. So in this article, we are going to analyse Is Mike Lindell’s Cyber Symposium Legit Or Fake? about the cyber symposium and point against his assertion too. Let’s look at the points and attributes of both sides without wasting much time.
Is Mike Lindell’s Cyber Symposium Event Legit?
Cyber Symposium is an event organized by Mike Pillow to support his assertion or contention about the voting system. He looks pretty confident about his claims to the same. This event will be taking place in the mid of August 2021 in South Dakota.
As we all know, Mike already had launched his website FrankSpeech.com and is about to show in the event organized by him in South Dakota. He is offering 5 million USD to anyone who will come to his event and disprove his assertion on the voting system.
He confidently said about his event that it would reveal the new information collected by private investigators hired by him on the 2020 election’s voter fraud. He also said that he wants his cyber symposium to be the most-watched event ever.
According to Salon reports, to promote his event Mike has shown his interest in buying more ad time on the network, but Fox News has not covered anything. Inabout his cyber symposium event. So he accused Fox News of ignoring his upcoming event. Back in April, he also asserted that he had hired a team of private investigators to reveal the truth behind the network’s failure not to show any information about his event.
Here are few statements were given by Mike Lindell on the symposium:
“Fox (referring to Fox News) does not talk about anything with the elections.”
“Fox News has refused to cover electoral fraud, especially the machines.” He also added: “Shame on Fox News!”
We can judge from his statements the feud by Mike for Fox News. He also stated to the Salon that he would buy more ads for promoting his website Frankspeech.com by placing details about the upcoming event to reach more and more people to “ get the words out,” he said afterward.
Another point is making people believe he asserts that he has spent lots of money for the cyber symposium. According to one of the ads posted on Mike’s website FrankSpeech the public is not welcomed at the event, but he already has reserved 800 rooms for the invitees coming to attend the cyber symposium; invitees include politicians, experts of cybersecurity, and other officials.
Lindell also stated to Salon about the broadcasting of upcoming events for 72 hours, in his words, he said, “So I’m going to do some commercials that will at least talk about the FrankSpeech.com commercial that we’re going to broadcast on TV. [cyber symposium] for 72 hours straight.”
As his statements sound very confident, people will be thinking about the legit part of his allegations and accuses without any single doubt. Mike says very seriously about his cyber symposium and his contestations on the fraud voting system, but we can’t rely just on words.
When Salon asked Mr.Lindell about his plan to buy ads, or he already bought the ad time, then Mike just said that he didn’t purchase ads because production for ads is yet to be done and added: “I gotta make them!.”
In the countersuit, there is a point stating that immediate and conditional proof shows that, during the 2020 General Election, EVMs like those fabricated and sold by Dominion were controlled and hacked in a way that made decisions in favor of one candidate be counted for the other candidate. As this statement is unverified, we can’t take it as a fact to the legitimacy of the discussion.
Is Mike Lindell’s Cyber Symposium Event Fake?
Though some issues make us believe that Mike’s assertions are untrue, it is necessary to give weightage to those points or topics.
As conspiracy theories were produced on Dominion machines after Trump defeated the 2020 elections, there was no supporting evidence of these unverified claims. Also, it was quashed by voting system experts, the government, and Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA).
Dominion had also filed a ‘defamation lawsuit.’ asking for $1.3 billion in damages. News channels like Fox News also denied running any news campaign on Mike Lindell’s cyber symposium. In December 2020 and January 2021, news channels including Fox News, American Thinker, NewsMax, and few others had revoked allegations broadcasted by them on Dominion. Dominion also filed a defamation lawsuit asking for $1.6 billion in damages against Fox News.
Mike claimed that he wants about 1 billion people to watch his event; this also sounds insurmountable as the 2020 first presidential debate had only about 73 million views at all. If we look at the facts showing the potentials of his event, that are not enough to support his assertions; as he reserved about 800 rooms at the event site, only a few of the officials have shown their interest in coming to the event.
As we have discussed both sides of the matter, we can’t decide whether Cyber Symposium is legit or fake; but as far we know, he has not proved anything in favor of his claims nor produced any supporting evidence to date. However, we all need to wait for the cyber symposium event to happen in August to know the truth of the matter.