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Mike Lindell’s Cyber Symposium is a heck of an event. It’s incredible to see one guy put so much on the line and invest so much of his personal wealth simply for his country. But that is exactly what Mike Lindell is doing.

We’ve written before about Mr. Lindell’s testimony and his faith journey. His life story isn’t just an American story, it’s the story of a devoted follower of Christ. It is inspirational and it provides hope for all.

And Mr. Lindell made it. He made it. From drop out to drug addict to successful businessman to patriot. Here he is.

Standing strong for what he believes. Willing to risk everything. Taking the bullets from the Left and the mainstream media. Why? Because he loves his country. He absolutely loves America.

That cannot be questioned.

No matter what comes from the Cyber Symposium, it’s evident that Mr. Lindell loves America. And, he loves Americans. He, like President Donald J. Trump, simply wants what is best for the country and the people in the country.

And like President Trump, he’s willing to put his money where his mouth is.

This is practically unheard of on the political right — a successful businessman willing to risk profits for principle, dollars for devotion.

Mr. Lindell talked about the attacks against those trying to expose corruption.

“They almost didn’t want to come up here,” he said. “And I’m in the back going, ‘you know what, where does it end? Where does it end when you can attack people for no reason?’ They didn’t do anything other than they wanted to help out this country.”

Things seemed to go against Mr. Lindell yesterday — the attacks at the start of the symposium and the scare tactics used on the county clerk from Colorado. But you have to root for the guy.

Why? Because the man loves America. Rooting for Mr. Lindell is rooting for America.

I, for one, am thankful he’s willing to put his neck on the line and invest his wealth for what he believes is right. We can all learn from him.

Author: Jacob Hall