Mike Lindell's Cyber Symposium on alleged foreign hacking of the 2020 election was the target of several “agitators and provocateurs” who sought to discredit any information to come out of the event held last week in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, symposium officials say.

A Telegram post from "Follow the Data with Dr. Frank" noted that information from the symposium was constantly being leaked.

"I know it is frustrating for you folks out there, but one of the first things that Col Waldron said when we met in the 'war room' with the red team was, “Everything said in this room stays in this room, " the post said. "Despite this, there were leaks. Big ones. And obviously, Josh Merritt was one of them. This is not debatable. He is quoted in the the Washington Times, and was captured on tape in two interviews with Pete Santilli."

Merritt, who was on the team hired by Lindell to interrogate the data for the symposium, told The Washington Times that packet captures were unrecoverable in the data and that the data, as provided, could not prove a cyber incursion by China.
Mike Lindell by Gage Skidmore is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

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