“This will be all the evidence,” says the MyPillow CEO. “We already have it ready for the Supreme Court.”
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell appeared on Steve Bannon’s “War Room” earlier this week to discuss his alleged 2020 election fraud evidence.
Lindell told Bannon he is in possession of “packet captures” (or “PCAPs,” which log activity over a computer network, for example showing votes being “flipped” from Trump to Biden by hackers, as Lindell alleges) from the 2020 U.S. presidential election, before explaining how he connected with cybersecurity experts at an event in Michigan.
American Faith reported Mike’s interview with a cybersecurity expert earlier this month.
The MyPillow CEO went on to say that he will be holding a “Cyber Symposium” to be attended by cyber experts, politicians, and the media in August when he will showcase the evidence. He also indicated he’s ready to present his evidence to the U.S. Supreme Court, which he predicts will rule “9-0” in his favor.
“We already have [the election fraud evidence] ready for the Supreme Court,” Lindell said. “As soon as the Cyber Symposium is over, we’re bringing it to the Supreme Court. And now everyone in the country—everyone in the world—will have seen it’s 100 percent. That’s why it will be 9-0.”
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Lindell has continued to promise he’ll show “100% non-subjective evidence” of fraud, that the 2020 election was “rigged” against President Donald Trump.
“Our country was attacked by China. The election was hacked and we’re gonna have a cyber-symposium,” Lindell vowed during a press conference outside a Washington federal court. “And we have all the packet captures for the whole election.”
Jon Fleetwood is Managing Editor for American Faith.