In the end, Mike Lindell’s “cyber symposium” is right here.
The aim of the three-day convention in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, is to show, and not using a shadow of a doubt, that the 2020 election was stolen from former-president Donald Trump. (It wasn’t.) By August 13, the day Lindell initially stated that Trump can be reinstated, (he now claims “no person stated that”), “all people’s going to know what I do know.” What does the MyPillow founder know? It’s unclear, however it includes Joe Biden and Kamala Harris resigning. However earlier than all that, he needed to work out some technical points.
MyPillow CEO and Trump supporter Mike Lindell claimed on Tuesday that he was the sufferer of a cyber assault, leading to a delay of the beginning of his “cyber symposium.”
“The entire expertise was attacked,” he instructed the unmasked attendees of the convention. “We have to get the phrase out, as a result of they blocked the factor. However that is a part of what I’m going to speak about right now. That is the cover-up. This is absolutely the cover-up of the worst in historical past.” Lindell by no means specified who “they” is.
The “cyber symposium” spiraled from there, together with some ol’ normal ranting:
He additionally yelled at a panelist who advised taking a break for lunch. “No!” Lindell exclaimed. “We’re not happening a break. Put up that film once more. Run the film. There’s no breaks. We’re streaming 72 hours! Stay streaming! All over the world! This by no means stops!” He instructed the gang that they will seize a chunk for lunch, however “I ain’t consuming. I’m staying up right here for 72 hours earlier than they break our sign.” In response to ABC News reporter Will Steakin, Lindell “left the stage solely minutes later.”
Mike Lindell is legit upset that some folks need to break for lunch on this “cyber symposium,” yelling that he is gonna keep up on stage for three days straight.
“There isn’t any breaks! … You guys can go eat. That’s wonderful, however I ain’t consuming! I’m staying up right here for 72 hours…” pic.twitter.com/AV7MYv431g
— Justin Baragona (@justinbaragona) August 10, 2021
Bear in mind: that is solely day one.
(By way of Newsweek)