2020 Mike Lindell Election Symposium Delayed By ‘Hacked’ Live Stream

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell said his website, Frank Speech, was hacked on Tuesday morning, disrupting his Cyber ​​Symposium’s livestream on how Chinese hackers defrauded the 2020 presidential election and delayed the start of the three-day event.

Lindell says he has 37 terabytes of “irrefutable” evidence that hackers, who he said were backed by China, broke into electoral systems and flipped votes in favor of President Biden, who he plans to present at the event.

“They attacked us, they attacked,” Lindell told attendees in person in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. “We have support. We will be up and running. But I’ll wait to run that live[stream] to begin with because everyone is going to see everything we have “.

Lindell did not say who was responsible for the attack.

The livestream was restored just before 10 a.m. Central Daylight Time, an hour after the event was scheduled to begin.

The three-day event marks the culmination of Mr. Lindell’s highly publicized allegations of voter fraud, which have been widely discredited and cost him significantly both financially and in terms of reputation.

Once the live broadcast was restored, the event began with an opening prayer.

The full length of the symposium is scheduled to be streamed live on Mr. Lindell’s website, which he said he hoped to attract a billion viewers.

“It will be the most watched event in history,” he told The Washington Times. “I think because everyone in the world is going to be curious and see this. And they’re going to be talking saying, ‘You have to see this. This is real. America was, its choice was made, hacked by China. ‘

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