The right wing Washington Times reports:
State legislators attending MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell’s three-day cyber symposium remained largely undeterred by his inability to prove, as promised, his theory that China hacked the 2020 election systems and switched votes in favor of President Biden.
As Mr. Lindell’s claims unraveled last week in front of an audience of 40 million online viewers and roughly 500 people attending in person, Republican state and municipal lawmakers at the Sioux Falls event became even more galvanized in their quest to overturn the election.
Still convinced that the election was stolen from Donald Trump, they headed back to their state capitals primed to advance audits and investigations of the ballot counts.
Read the full article. The piece goes on to interview Virginia state Sen. Amanda Chase, who admits that Lindell proved nothing and that she doesn’t care. Chase, you may recall, fashioned herself as “Trump in heels” during her disastrous campaign for Virginia’s GOP gubernatorial nomination.
— Matthew Harrison (@Matthew73610025) August 15, 2021