Mike Lindell’s Cyber Symposium Hit with Cyber Attack
'We’ve been attacked, they attacked'
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell announced his highly anticipated Cyber Symposium was hit with a cyber-attack.
Though the event was delayed, it was back up and running soon after.
Lindell claims he has 37 terabytes of “irrefutable” evidence that hackers broke into election systems and switched votes for Joe Biden.
“We’ve been attacked, they attacked,” Mr. Lindell told the in-person attendees in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
“We have backup. We’re going to be up and running. "
"But I’m going to wait to run that live[stream] to start because everyone’s gonna see everything we got," Lindell said
During the event, Lindell also took aim at Fox News.
“Shame on you, Fox,” Mr. Lindell said to cheers from the crowd.
“Disgusting that they haven’t talked about this election. At least we know where CNN and all these terrible outlets come from.
"At least they attacked, and then we can at least get the word out.”
Mr. Lindell pulled ads valued at more than $1 million per week from the network, once one of MyPillow’s biggest promoters, after Fox refused to advertise the symposium.
“I said the other day they should be a weather channel,” he said.
“And the next day I changed my mind because they wouldn’t report an oncoming storm. It’s disgusting."
"What happened to reporting the news?”
Lindell said he hoped the event would attract 1 billion viewers.
Earlier this year, Lindell predicted that Donald Trump will be back in the White House by August.
“All the evidence I have — everything is going to go before the Supreme Court, and the election of 2020 is going bye-bye," Lindell told Steve Bannon on his War Room: Pandemic podcast.
You can watch Mike Lindell’s Cyber Symposium at here.