MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell commenced a three-day “Cyber Symposium” event to shed light on voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election.

“This is going to change the world. It’s gonna change it, you know, it’s gonna show everything and that this election was taken,” Lindell told Steve Bannon regarding the event taking place on August 10-12, 2021 in Sioux Falls, S.D.

“You have to tell everyone around the world and people watching it is so big, even Fox will want to tune in,” Lindell said. Everyone should be hear.”

The Dominion whistleblower known as Code Monkey Z is planned to take the stage at at the Cyber Symposium in South Dakota at 7pm.

Code Monkey Z reportedly has access to the Dominion’s source code, the secret instructions within the software which that tell the machines exactly what to do. The software source code design of their systems are kept as trade secrets and difficult to study or investigate.

Here is the livestream video:

Earlier, Mike Lindell said on Tuesday that he was the victim of a cyber attack, resulting in a delay of the start of the cyber symposium.

“The whole technology was attacked,” Lindell announced to a live crowd gathered in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, to hear the symposium.

“We need to get the word out,” he added, “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.”

Video explaining how, why and who stole election

Cyber Symposium: Colorado whistleblower talks about the threats

The Mesa County Colorado Clerk Tina Peters had her office raided tonight on her way over to the symposium.

Tina Peters came out and spoke to the crowd tonight on the threats she is receiving. She accused the Secretary of State of lying about her office and releasing passwords that were not given to her office.

Cyber experts break off – Interactive voter fraud displays to be set up

Mike Lindell lays out what to expect at Cyber Symposium

The three-day streaming event was scheduled to begin on Tuesday. The symposium is Lindell’s effort to prove that the 2020 U.S. presidential election was stolen from former President Donald Trump.

The cyber symposium is set to be live-streamed for 72 hours straight on Lindell’s new media platform FrankSpeech.com.

In the lead-up to the symposium, Lindell has stated he would provide evidence that shows China hacked the election so that President Joe Biden would defeat Trump. He has also said that his evidence will result in the Supreme Court unanimously overturning the election results.

Lindell previously stated that cyber experts, politicians and the members of the media would be in attendance at the event.

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