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The Iowa Standard talked with about eight cyber experts who attended Mike Lindell’s Cyber Symposium. We want to provide their thoughts, individually, on the conference. This is part of a conversation we had with Michael, who is from Ohio.

It isn’t over — that’s the message from Michael. He told us the cyber experts are expected to release something in consensus shortly. He isn’t sure when that will come, but he believes they’re working with the organizers for the timing.

While everyone at the symposium would’ve liked to have had more proof walking out than they do, Michael said there is more data to be analyzed in order to come to a more definitive conclusion.

Regardless, he told me there are key indicators from forensic data that suggest there was malicious behavior and intent, but the PCAPs were not delivered.

Michael went on a 30-mile bike ride to clear his mind shortly before speaking with The Iowa Standard. He is required to tell the truth all the time due to his certifications.

“And also the people, the people, they deserve the truth,” he said. “Our allegiance is not to Mike Lindell. So, when we go back, we just say the truth. Which is there is forensic data that indicates malicious behavior. The math backs it up. The resistance to audits backs it up. The attacks on the people asking questions back it up.”

John Stubbins, who was also a part of our conversation and hosts Indivisible, questioned the hundreds of affidavits that were filed regarding the election.

“Did all those people lie,” Stubbins asked.

Michael noted CNN’s resistance to acknowledge election fraud in 2020. But, he added, they had no problem exposing their concerns in the previous decade. He then showed me this video:

“Now that was CNN in 2004,” Michael said. “And they’re saying that there was no cheating of which and they say it is an American company — it is not.”

Stubbins received that video from Michael and played it for Mike Lindell when he appeared on his show.

“I played it for Mike and he didn’t even know,” Stubbins said. “You should’ve seen his eyes light up when I played that for him. That was CNN that reported that. You can’t put that back in the trash chan. history will judge them that they cheated — no matter how you slice it.”

Michael blames those voting systems for the reason people in Venezuela are suffering.

“People in Venezuela are eating out of garbage cans,” Michael said. “Now those people are suffering.”

Michael calls it a “conflict of interest” to have on the EAC, which is the council that advises the Department of Homeland Security, has all the vendors on it.

“This is fifth-grade level stuff,” Michael said. “A fifth-grader would know this was real.”

Author: Jacob Hall