Mike Lindell has been taking a ton of heat ever since he stood up as a patriot. On Tuesday, August 10, he was the victim of a cyber attack. He was about to present a “cyber symposium” and it had to be delayed because the “whole technology was attacked.”
Lindell cyber attack hits live
Mike Lindell and his “cyber symposium” was attacked and it was more than a little pillow fight. The CEO of MyPillow and loyal supporter of Once and Future President Donald Trump had to delay the start of his conference.
As the crowd was gathered in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, the last thing they wanted to hear as the show was about to start is that the “whole technology was attacked,” but that’s what the host was forced to announce.
“We need to get the word out,” he said from the stage, “because they blocked the thing. But this is part of what I’m going to talk about today. This is the cover-up. This is the absolute cover-up of the worst in history.”
The “three-day streaming event” got off to a rocky start but the promoters managed to get things under control and back on track. Lindell continues making the rounds, talking to deplorables about election integrity and the lack thereof.
FrankSpeech.com, the new media platform Lindell launched, was all set up to host for 72 hours straight. It’s a great place to find deals on MyPillow products while you’re there. In advance of the conference, the patriot “claimed he would provide evidence that shows China hacked the election so that President Joe Biden would defeat Trump.”
He’s convinced his evidence is solid enough that it “will result in the Supreme Court unanimously overturning the election results.” It could turn out to be nothing but more Kraken-poo but who knows?
5 million says he’s right
When he’s not peddling pillows, Lindell served as Trump’s former reelection campaign chairman for Minnesota. He promised each and every person attending the cyber symposium that if they can prove him wrong, “he will pay them $5 million.”
He’s clearly on record that “cyber experts, politicians and the members of the media would be in attendance at the event.” He also promised “that delegates from 45 states have registered to attend.”
Dominion Voting Systems is outraged over the things he has been telling the public about them and the voting machines they make. They “sued Lindell for $1.3 billion in damages for defamation over his claims the machines were rigged.”
Two can play that game. The pillow maker “responded in June by filing a $1.6 billion counter-suit that stated Dominion had infringed on his right to free speech.” He’s not real happy with Faux News either. He pulled all his ads after they wouldn’t promote the symposium.
Nobody is certain if Lindell and his website was the “sole target of the hacking” because there hasn’t been any further data available. One thing is certain, conservatives aren’t buying the Democrat narrative for a moment.
Any outspoken conservative could find themselves in exactly the same position. Whether the officially recognized president or not, Donald Trump is clearly the leader of conservatives. The Deplorable-in-Chief has real grass roots support everywhere, even in Democrat strongholds.