My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell has spent months questioning the nation’s election integrity. He has been insisting for many months now that the 2020 presidential election had been rigged and that Joe Biden is not the legitimate president.

He has made a number of films at his own expense attempting to summarize the evidence for these claims, including a two-hour-long documentary called “Absolute Proof.” Lindell has given particular focus to electronic election fraud.

He has also been widely announcing that from August 10 to August 12, he will be hosting a Cyber Symposium in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, where he will go over his previous information and present even more new evidence. The entire event will be live-streamed on Lindell’s social media platform Frank Speech.


In the lead-up to Lindell’s event, a team of cybersecurity professionals claim they have demonstrated that it is indeed possible to alter voting machine results from overseas and to cover up traces of having done so — as Lindell alleges that the Chinese Communist Party did during the 2020 election.

How Electronic Voter Fraud Works

It is at the EMS level, or the point where data from individual machines is collated, that cyberattacks can manipulate vote totals. EMS machines are connected to the internet. This connectivity is what allowed news networks to receive up-to-the-minute election results.

The cybersecurity team says they can access voting machines in Asia and then alter dates and data entires so as to cover up their activities.

We’ll see what else Lindell’s symposium digs up in the coming days.