Mike Lindell’s recent Cyber Symposium did not deliver what he promised–i.e., conclusive forensic PCAPS evidence that China stole the election through machines made to steal elections. While there were some speakers who gave excellent presentations on circumstantial evidence that the 2020 Presidential Election was pilfered, the “terabytes” of evidence promised by Lindell was never presented. Please consider the public record.
Mike Lindell told Brannon Howse on 5 July 2021 that as a result of the “proofs” presented at his August Symposium, Donald Trump would be restored as President on 14 August 2021:
Mike Lindell double downed with Steve Bannon on Monday, 19 July 2021 insisting he had the “evidence” proving the theft of the 2020 Presidential Election by Chinese Government hackers who breached voting machines, such as those sold by Dominion Voting Systems:
“All the cyber guys, I don’t care if it’s media; they can dig into all this data. If they can prove [that] it’s not all valid data from the 2020 election, the November election, we have it all,” Lindell said. “We have 37 terabytes of information.“
Mr. Lindell went as far to offer $5 million to any expert attending his symposium who could prove the data was not valid.
I have argued for some time, along with Joe Hoft and Mike Zullo and others, that Mr. Lindell was the victim of a con. The man he relied on to supply the “37 terabytes of information” is a talented fraudster who buffaloed the CIA and the Maricopa County Sheriff. The man is Dennis Montgomery the alleged inventor of a super computer dubbed HAMMER.
HAMMER is a hoax, and the man peddling the story about this computer or computer program has a documented history of fraud. Those who have embraced the Dennis Montgomery fable may take umbrage that I dare challenge this narrative. But the evidence is clear, and the discrepancies are critical:
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