My Pillow CEO Announces Details Of Cyber Symposium

( Despite facing a $1.3 billion defamation lawsuit filed by Dominion Voting Systems, My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell has promised that, in an August Cyber Symposium, he will present evidence that the 2020 election was rigged against President Donald Trump.

During a press conference before a hearing in a Washington court on the Dominion defamation lawsuit, Lindell told reporters that the country was “attacked by China.” Explaining that the election was “hacked,” Lindell announced this cyber symposium with cyber experts who would show “packet captures” that are “100 percent, non-subjective evidence” of this hacking.

Lindell claimed in the press conference to have “all the packet captures for the whole election.”

This August event would be attended by cyber experts, politicians and the media, Lindell explained. He then claimed that after the symposium, the Supreme Court would throw out the 2020 election results.

“It’s gonna be nine-zero,” Lindell alleged, vowing that Donald Trump would then become President.

Then, shockingly, Lindell turned his attacks toward Dominion, despite the fact that he made these remarks outside of the courthouse before a hearing on a lawsuit accusing him of defamation. Calling Dominion “criminals,” Lindell accused them of committing “one of the biggest crimes against humanity.”

On Wednesday, Lindell spoke of his cyber symposium plans on One America News.

Watch the interview HERE.

Dominion filed the $1.3 billion defamation suit against Lindell back in February. It also filed a similar suit against attorneys Sidney Powell and Rudy Giuliani.

While it may play well among some within Trump’s base, it is highly unlikely that the Supreme Court would even consider throwing out the 2020 election results no matter what evidence Lindell claims to have in his possession.

There is no mechanism in the Constitution for the Supreme Court to overturn a presidential election. States choose their slate of electors and once the electors cast their votes and Congress certifies them, the election is over. The Supreme Court has no constitutional role to play from that point.

Now that Joe Biden has been sworn into office, the only recourse to remove him is through impeachment. Even if Lindell provides evidence of a massive plot to rig the election, the likelihood that President Biden would be impeached for it is also slim. But even if Congressional Democrats did impeach him, it would not be Donald Trump who replaces him. Instead, Biden would be replaced by his Vice President Kamala Harris.