At Mike Lindell’s Cyber Symposium on Tuesday night at 7 p.m. CST, a whistleblower was set to deliver indisputable evidence demonstrating the 2020 presidential election was stolen.
On her way to the conference, whistleblower and Mesa County Colorado Clerk Tina Peters had her office invaded.
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She talked at the symposium last night about her harrowing ordeal.
Last week, before the planned Lindell Symposium, a whistleblower exposed documents to Ron Watkins, CodeMonkeyZ. Last week, The Gateway Pundit reported on the leaked information.
The video published last week, according to Secretary of State Griswold, was taken on May 25th, when the county was modernizing its election systems. The Mesa County Clerk was accused by Griswold.
News Channel 7 included the Gateway Pundit in its report. Stephen Shackelford, Dominion’s Legal Counsel, was interviewed. Dominion, according to Channel7, “doesn’t allow remote access.”
This will be crucial in defending Dominion’s voting mechanisms.