Mike Lindell will host ‘Election Crime Bureau Summit’ in August

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MyPillow CEO and election integrity advocate Mike Lindell is set to host an “Election Crime Bureau Summit” in August, marking the third year in a row that he has hosted a conference centered on election security.

According to the Springfield News-Leader, Lindell’s summit will be held in Springfield, Missouri, on August 16 and 17, where he has promised to “reveal the plan” that will “save our election platforms immediately.”

In a special statement posted to his website, Lindell wrote:

“I’m hosting an event that will reveal the plan that will save our election platforms immediately.  It is something that has never been done before in history or even ever talked about.  Everyone whether you are republican democrat liberal conservative [you] will embrace this plan. This plan has been worked on for over a year and will be revealed to the world at the Election Summit on August 16 & 17th.”

Last year, Lindell hosted a “Moment of Truth Summit,” and in 2021, he hosted a “Cyber Symposium.”

Lindell’s primary aim with these events has been to raise awareness for election irregularities and potential cyber crimes regarding the 2020 presidential election.

In 2023, his “Election Crime Bureau Summit” seems to be focused on presenting a solution to the issues that he has discussed over the past two years.

“We have so much to cover regarding election crimes, ballot fraud, electronic voting machines, and cybersecurity that the mainstream media will have to cover us!” Lindell joked in a Lindell Offense Fund statement.

He explained, “This will be a follow up to our ‘Moment of Truth Summit’ from Missouri last year, where we made the case for how the White House was stolen from President Donald J. Trump! Every single state was represented and the evidence of election crimes presented by each states representative. AND THE YEAR BEFORE WHEN WE BROKE THE INTERNET~ with the FIRST election event, The ‘Cyber Symposium’!”

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