During Mike Lindell’s Cyber Symposium, there were several pieces of information being exposed, including breaking news about Dominion Voting Systems employees working within a voter registration office.
While Ron Watkins, a noted cyber specialist also known as CodeMonkeyZ, was working on cracking the Mesa County, Colorado voting system database, cybersecurity expert Mark Cook interrupted the event to reveal some breaking news.
“It was just discovered that two Dominion employees work at the Sacramento County voter registrar office. Why would Dominion employees be working at one of our voter offices? It was confirmed at a Board of Supervisor meeting,” Cook stated.
Dominion Voting Systems was just supposed to build and provide the machines to conduct elections, they were never supposed to be working inside the election system and should never have access to voter registration rolls. It is a clear conflict of interest, yet the Democrats in Sacramento County could care less. What is really going on?
More information was exposed during this symposium, including the revelation that Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters’ office was raided “in an intimidation effort by George Soros groomed Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold,” according to reporting from The Gateway Pundit.
“Just yesterday I got an order from the Secretary of State that she was going to invade my elections department today,” Peters said. “And guess what, when I was on a plane to come to see you kind folks and to talk to you out there, guess what they did. They provided a search warrant and raided my office.”
“We don’t know what they were doing in there, because for several hours they wouldn’t let my chief deputy clerk, who was the acting clerk of Mesa County when I’m absent, wouldn’t even let her observe what the secretary of state and Dominion were doing in my office,” she continued.
“She has come into my office several times already in the last two years since I’ve been the elected official,” Peters added. “Because I am a Republican, I’m a conservative and she’s not. And she weaponizes her position to attack people that disagree with her.”
The corporate media: "Mike Lindell is such a conspiracy theorist! He's got no proof!"
Also the corporate media: "What is Mesa County Recorder Tina Peters doing here at the Cyber Symposium with all this 2020 election data?"
— Emerald Robinson ✝️ (@EmeraldRobinson) August 12, 2021
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