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Mike Lindell’s Cyber Symposium Day 2 Highlights

Mike Lindell's Cyber Symposium Day 2 Highlights

Mike Lindell, the CEO of MyPillow, started a Cyber Symposium to reveal the raw data from the presidential election of 2020. There are a number of news agencies, cyber experts as well as news companies that participate in the South Dakota Cyber Symposium hosted by Mike Lindell. As part of his reward, Mike Lindell has pledged $5 Million to anyone who can disprove his claims about the 2020 election fraud. In this article we will be discussing about the summary of day 2 of the Cyber Symposium.

Cyber Symposium Day 2 Summary ( Highlights)

During the start of the event Someone asked: “Can you compare your data with a state where fraud doesn’t exist?”?”

It took Dr. Frank a long time to do that, but he still had trouble finding a safe place, or at least knowing that it was safe. Examining historic data, he says:

The data shared by Dr. Frank was as followed :

1990 A fraud-detection algorithm could not be detected by him
2008 After motor vehicle registrations automatically registered voters, the voter rolls blew up. Between census and vote demographics, the correlation coefficient was around 0.5
2012 Correlation 0.7–0.8
2016 Correlation 0.9
2020 Correlation almost 0.999
Someone asked: How can we prove that machines are connected to the internet?
They can do this by taking a forensic image of the machine (before the logs get wiped, like in some other cases.) Alternatively, they can capture the traffic live, as it’s happening, since they have some records.
Despite being “air-gapped” – not connected to the internet – there are still vulnerabilities. Leadership is blaming “air gapping” for not fixing vulnerabilities, but that’s not a valid argument, since machines can still be fraudulently manipulated without internet access.

Seth Keshel in Cyber Symposium

After Pat Colbeck, David Clements, Phil Waldron, and Joe Oltmann leave the stage, Seth Keshel joins them.

Those who have seen what we’ve seen are rightfully alarmed. These were the first files the techs had ever looked at. This is just the beginning of 2-3 weeks of work. They’ll start with the obvious ones. In the beginning, they may look at the differences between two images. Take a look at the anomalies. In Mesa County, it seems Dominion has actively wiped out forensic evidence.
There are some who are rightly alarmed by what we’ve seen. These were the first files the techs had ever looked at. Sometimes when people block your investigations you have to clear the chaos and deal with individual situations. It’s called “the trusted build” by Dominion. What happened to the logs? Looks like someone at Dominion deleted them. Dominion was communicating with an outside system? That alone should trigger an audit. (Unsure) Once you break the public trust, that’s it. It’s gonna take 2-3 weeks. First, they’ll look at what’s known. Initially, they might look at the differences between two images. Take a look at the anomalies. In Mesa County, it seems Dominion has actively wiped out forensic evidence.
You can watch Seth Keshel’s Symposium report down below

Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai in Cyber Symposium

Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai took the stage and discussed few points on how the big tech is destroying free speech in the country. He’s an Indian-American engineer, politician, entrepreneur, and promoter of conspiracy theories, pseudoscience, and unfounded medical claims. He has four degrees from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), including a doctorate in biological engineering, and she got a Fulbright grant.

You can watch Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai’s full symposium video down below :

The Bottom Line

This was the highlight of the Cyber Symposium Day 2. Later in the event, the number of votes affected by cyberattacks (not including other kinds of fraud) was listed by Mike Lindell in every state.

You can watch the Cyber symposium Live – Watch Cyber Symposium Live

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  • Funny how doctor Ayyadurai refers to left-wing movements he would have been totally against if he were alive at the time as shining examples. He’s a fraud and a liar.

  • He’s an Indian-American engineer, politician, entrepreneur, and promoter of conspiracy theories, pseudoscience, and unfounded medical claims. He has four degrees from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), including a doctorate in biological engineering, and she got a Fulbright grant.

    “promoter of conspiracy theories, pseudoscience, and unfounded medical claims” Now this sounds like a guy you can trust!
    ,,,and SHE got a Fulbright, now did the degrees happen when Shiva was a man or a woman?

  • And so highlights of day two was what? Tomorrow had better be big because he’s got a lot of catching up to do.