Mike Lindell’s Cyber Symposium Final Day 3 Highlights

Mike Lindell’s Cyber Symposium Final Day 3 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 3 and the final day of the Cyber Symposium.

Cyber Symposium Day 3 Summary ( Highlights)

The event started by Mike Lindell stating that he was attacked by someone on the previous night around 10 pm and 10 pm. Just after this incident, a man who attended along with Tina Peters from Colorado had his home raided, while his wife and kids were there. You can watch the details in the video below

Presentation from Arizona State Representatives

The Arizona State Representatives: Mark Finchem, Sonny Borrelli, and Wendy Rogers gave a great presentation. Despite opposition from Maricopa County, the media, and others, the team works through the whole forensic audit process.

Attorney Alan Dershowitz on why he’s backing Mike Lindell in his lawsuit against Dominion Voting Systems

Draza Smith, Mark Cook, and Sean Smith hosted an excellent technical session where they demonstrated an actual vote tally system and how easy it was for an attacker to change the results. Computerized elections aren’t secure because of the many, many vulnerabilities. There needs to be more paper ballots (with secure ballots like Mark Finchem mentioned in the earlier presentation). You can more in the video below

Watch Mike Lindell’s Cyber Symposium Day 3

Mike Lindell successfully completed his 3 day cyber symposium in sioux falls, south dakota on 12th August 2021. The full livestream of Day 3 of the Cyber Symposium Can be watched below.

You can read more about the symposium on world-wire.com

Also Read –  Cyber Symposium Day 2 Highlights

Cyber Symposium Day 1 Highlights

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  • Thank you for being one of Very Very few who reported the facts on the Symposium. No awesome to be able to see and hear what happened and judge for myself. I for one am so totally sick and tired of hit pieces filled with lies and miss information. You are a far better reporter then all of them. God bless you and thank you from the bottom of my heart.

  • The Day 3 stream recording excludes a 45 minute presentation by an attorney from New Mexico that artfully shows the parallels between a cartel murder and the 2020 election fraud. This presentation was, without a doubt, the best part of the entire symposium and, for some reason, was excluded from your video summary.

  • Delusional folks whonare not very good at discerning evidence from a scam. Poor Mike has been conned and is the perfect stooge for people like Montgomery.

  • Mike,
    I am in agreement with each of your presentations. I am also in fear of losing this great republic.
    Repeatedly my interpretation was that you are talking to your friends that already agree with you. You illustrate the truth. You example the actual damage done to our election system. But who is listening, again, your friends?
    Please find a way to get this authentic information to the rest of the citizens. Newsmax, Levine, OAN, … any outlet that the others are watching, even fake news.
    Dominion can go pound sand. Hand counting with at least several layers of verification is much safer.
    Thank you for your efforts.

    Robert Higgins