Mike Lindell has sacrificed almost everything in his battle against voter fraud. He’s a man who truly stands by his convictions, continuously speaking the truth despite relentless attacks from the heartless left-wing cancel mob, who have successfully destroyed much of his business. However, a recent decision by an Obama-appointed judge has finally given Mike some well-deserved vindication.
BREAKING: A federal judge, appointed by Obama, just ruled against voting machines in Georgia
‘The machines’s cybersecurity flaws violate the constitutional rights of voters’ pic.twitter.com/0Rv99YZiB7
— Jack Poso 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) November 21, 2023
It must have been incredibly satisfying for Mike to witness this ruling from an Obama-appointed judge who also recognizes the risks of electronic voting. While it may not be the final word on the matter, it’s certainly a recognition of Mike’s hard work and the sacrifices he’s made to ensure our voices are genuinely heard at the polls.
Jack Posobiec went on to note this as well:
In a footnote of the order, the judge ruled that the evidence in the case “does not suggest that the Plaintiffs are conspiracy theorists of any variety.”
Here’s a closeup of the image Jack shared:
As many know, Mike has been persistently challenging Dominion voting machines, expressing concerns that electronic voting is vulnerable to hacking. This issue should transcend party lines, but now it’s become suddenly partisan. It’s worth noting that before the 2020 election, many Democrats expressed similar concerns about these voting machines, deeming them unreliable and susceptible to tampering. When Democrats make these claims, they’re considered serious and thought-provoking. But when Republicans voice the same concerns, they’re labeled as “election deniers” and “conspiracy theorists.”
Reminder: In 2018, Kamala Harris expressed significant concerns about the security of voting machines used in American elections. A notable instance of her addressing this issue was during a session captured by C-SPAN, where she discussed witnessing a demonstration of voting machines being hacked.
– She organized a demonstration for her colleagues at the Capitol, where experts successfully hacked voting machines right before them.
Trump has made the same argument concerning the 2020 election but is labeled an “election denier” for doing so, while Kamala has received a pass.
Reminder: In 2018, Kamala Harris expressed significant concerns about the security of voting machines used in American elections. A notable instance of her addressing this issue was during a session captured by C-SPAN, where she discussed witnessing a demonstration of voting…
— Will 🇺🇸 🍢 (@NoLeftTurns) November 16, 2023
Remember how even pro-Hillary supporters thought the 2016 election was “rigged” and manipulated, urging her to contest the results? Interestingly, these people weren’t labeled as “election deniers.” Instead, they were hailed as ‘heroes” fighting for justice. Meanwhile, people like Mike Lindell were put through a wood chipper for suggesting something might be “off.”
A group of renowned computer scientists and lawyers have urged Hillary Clinton to challenge the election results in three key states after they gathered “evidence” to suggest the election results were potentially manipulated.
The group of activists, including voting rights lawyer John Bonifaz and J Alex Halderman, director of the University of Michigan’s center for computer security and society, believe their evidence shows that results in these three battleground states – which lost Ms Clinton the election on 8 November – might have been hacked.
As reported by New York Magazine, the group is not speaking on the record but is privately lobbying Clinton’s team to challenge the election results.
In Wisconsin, Ms Clinton received 7 per cent fewer votes in counties that depended on electronic-voting machines compared to countries that used optical scanners and paper ballots, and consequently Ms Clinton may have lost up to 30,000 votes. She lost Wisconsin by 27,000 votes.
The group has already held a call with Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta and campaign general counsel Marc Elias to argue that while they have not found conclusive evidence of a hack, the pattern in their results merits an independent review.
Here’s hoping this is just the start of more truth and transparency in the future. And remember, keep supporting the Pillow Guy. He’s still out there battling for what he believes in, despite facing enormous personal losses.