The “whistleblower” Mike Lindell claimed would present bombshell evidence of election fraud at the South Dakota Cyber Symposium on Tuesday allegedly refrained from releasing the data that would irrefutably prove the 2020 election was stolen after her office was raided by the radical far-left Colorado secretary of state.
Lindell announced at the start of the symposium that evidence of election fraud he would release at 7pm would shock the world when. Yet, the release was delayed following the raid of the whistleblower Mesa County Colorado Clerk and Recorder Tina Peters, who was reluctant to take the stage.
“I was bringing people here from Colorado on my plane and why they were on the way here, their office was raided. Why was their office raided? There’s a lot of complications out of this — after what happened we don’t what they did. It’s a scary situation. They are doing their job and all the sudden they take over with fear,” Lindell explained. “The red team is going to be doing stuff here. It will probably be Thursday,” he said. “I know the expectations were here but this is even bigger news — on the way here, her office was raided. I don’t even know the whole story. They were coming here to say quite a bit.”
Mesa County District launched a criminal investigation against Peters for allegedly posting election system passwords on the internet.
Peters maintains she had nothing to do with the crime she is accused and is being targeted for documenting election fraud in her county.
“We have a secretary of state that is drunk with power. She makes emergency decrees and when we query her – she refuses to answer in violation of the state law,” she told the crowd. “When I started having citizens come to me and tell me that something didn’t’ seem right in our local city elections from years ago to our 2020 election I said if there is a there we will do something about it. I am a Republican — I am a conservative and she’s not and she weaponizes her position to attack people who disagree with her.
“I’ve been persecuted. They are trying to take over our election office. We are the last bastion of freedom in Colorado,” the Mesa County. “We have listened to people. They send me things from all over and there are some discrepancies there that I cannot deny or unsee.”
The hundreds in attendance of the event and millions of watching online walked away from the long-awaited Cyber Symposium empty-handed and confused following the presentation, yet waiting for more.
Despite the befuddling turn of events, Lindell urged Americans to tune in on Thursday.
“We are fighting back against the fake news,” Lindell assured. “This is the hill to stand on — the First Amendment right to free speech and get past the media.”