Cyber Symposium Day 2 Part 2: Patriot Geeks Dig Into Dominion's Carnage of the Voting Machines and Symposium Gets Hacked!
When last we spoke in Cyber Symposium Day 2: Geeks Reveal the Fraud Featuring CodeMonkeyZ Ron Watkins, Mike Lindell's Cyber Symposium was struggling, against brutal hacks preventing their live connection with Ron Watkins aka CodeMonkeyZ of 8kun fame in Japan. Hacks which also temporarily took down the livestreams on multiple websites.
Never a dull moment! IMO, every hack is like an admission of Voter Fraud guilt written in letters of fire!
Taking advantage of the glitches to throw in a load of laundry and attend to our "real" lives (although digital life often feels more real!), I returned to find that Michael had finally found a venue with a workable livestream,
https://home.frankspeech.com, while the Symposium had finally established contact with Ron Watkins in Japan.
And that's when the Patriot Geeks shone. They were in their element, talking geek, interrupting each other, talking over each other. Patriot geeks were the heroes of the afternoon of Day 2 at Mike Lindell's Cyber Symposium.
I'm a sucker for America. I'm a sucker for the Pledge of Allegiance. And I'm a sucker for our National Anthem, especially when it's sung by a mathematician wearing an American flag bow tie! And that's how Day 2 of Mike Lindell's Cyber Symposium began today. Oh yeah, Baby! As comedian Ron White would say, "It's gonna be a good day, Tater Salad!"
Oh...and guess what!?! Day 1 of the Symposium was "only" attended by representatives and legislators from 47 states. Day 2 welcomed representatives from Rhode Island bringing the grand total up to 48 states. Now that's what I'm talkin' about, Baby! (And I believe heard the voice of Owen Shroyer of Info Wars in the audience too!)
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