Website Forced To Issue Major “Clarification” In Mike Lindell Hit Piece

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Last night, The Washington Times put out an article which said “Mike Lindell’s lead cyber expert says they can’t prove China hacked the 2020 election.”

This was supposed to dump cold water on Mike Lindell’s Cyber Symposium.

They have now issued a major “clarification.”

Here it is:

Kurt Olsen, a lawyer on Mr. Lindell’s team said there were multiple sources of the data that Mr. Lindell claims to have, and did not confirm that Mr. Mongtomery was the source of the data. He also clarified that the $5 million challenge has not been canceled and that Mr. Merritt would not be privy to that information.

Clarification: The article previously described Mr. Merritt as Lindell’s lead cyber expert. Mr. Merritt is a cyber expert on the red team hired by Mr. Lindell to interrogate the data for the symposium, and does not work directly for Mr. Lindell.


It is unclear what Mike Lindell’s Cyber Symposium will lead to.

However, it is quite interesting that news outlets on both sides of the isle are tripping over themselves trying to prove him wrong.

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