CodeMonkeyZ, Ron Watkins attended Lindell’s Cyber Symposium, where he delivered a speech revealing the alleged images from before and after the software update on the dominion machines in Mesa County, Colorado.
While he was presenting, there were numerous connection problems.
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Mesa County Colorado Clerk Tina Peters was the whistleblower who shared the documents and reports on Dominion Voting Machines one week ago. She gave the information to Ron Watkins before Lindell’s symposium.
This morning, during the CodeMonkeyZ presentation, Watkins said that his attorney advised him to sop his review and share them after Colin Hayes returns the drives to Mesa County. The hard drives were probably stolen.
Watch the video:
There's been a bit of drama at today's "cyber symposium" as Ron Watkins aka CodeMonkey (who is likely Q) reada statement from his lawyer that they need to stop their "data review" because hard drives may have been "taken without authorization" from Mesa County. pic.twitter.com/nSf4HqrHl6
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Attorney Clevenger shared that the hard drives weren’t stolen and are devastating for Dominion Voting Systems.
From the documents, we can see that Dominion machines had remote access during the 2020 election!