By Robert Willmann
As a coincidence theorist, I noticed two events that happened today. One is the beginning of a Cyber Symposium sponsored by Mike Lindell on the 2020 general election. The other is the filing of lawsuits by the Dominion voting machine company (as three corporations) against One America News Network and two of its reporters, and against Newsmax, and against Patrick Byrne.
Lindell is an entrepreneur and owns a company that makes pillows and other products, primarily related to beds. He has asserted his position on the 2020 general election, which is that there was massive voting fraud, including that voting machines were accessed or hacked into. He has organized and is presenting a symposium on the election that started Tuesday morning, 10 August, and is to continue to Thursday the 12th, during which he is to present more information. After inviting politicians, media, and others, and telling them to bring their own qualified computer and networking people, Lindell has offered a $5 million dollar prize to any attendee who can prove that the cyber data to be presented is not valid data from the November 2020 general election.
Both One America News Network and Newsmax have reported on criticism of the 2020 election and on the issue of voting fraud. Patrick Byrne, a wealthy person in his own right, has written that he was a witness to some of the events and discussions with and around Donald Trump in the fall of 2020 after the election when Trump was still president .
Previously, Dominion sued Lindell and his company, but Lindell, not being easily intimidated, filed a separate lawsuit against Dominion, and put together the Cyber Symposium. The CNN and MSNBC television networks have attacked the Arizona election audit, and have criticized Lindell. The FoxNews network has chosen to remain completely silent on the issues, and when it refused to run an ad from Lindell that the event on the election and voting machines was coming up, he cancelled his multi-million dollar ad buy underway this year with FoxNews. Lindell said that he spent $50 million dollars on ads on the FoxNews television network in 2020.
There is enough standard statistical evidence, data analysis, and individual affidavits about voting fraud and the 2020 general election to continue to study and think seriously about the issues and problems. The event on the election is in South Dakota and is being broadcast on the Internet through two websites Lindell has—
 The website of Patrick Byrne. http://www.deepcapture.com