Lindell Cyber Symposium Bombshell Drops? Colorado Clerk preserved election computer files snapshot before and after contractor software update

Photo: code revealed during Mike Lindell’s August 11 Cyber Symposium, showing programming language embedded in Mesa County, Colorado election computer containing the phrases “Removing Security Restrictions” and “Critical Restrictions Disabled”

UPDATE: Mesa County, Colorado Clerk Tina Peters provided Mike Lindell’s Cyber Symposium with forensic imaging of an election computer before and after a post-2020 election Dominion company software update. The imaging contains the full computer file structure, and cannot be changed, per event participants. Symposium computer techs analyzed the files live Wednesday afternoon.

During a preliminary Wednesday review that was interrupted numerous times with what organizers say were hacks, analysts concluded that election logs from several years back through 2020 had been deleted during what they said looks like a hard drive repartitioning. Analysts also said files that may potentially show outside internet communication with the computer were also wiped.

Forum guest and attorney David Clements urged forensic audits in all 50 states for the 2020 election.

The symposium continues through Thursday at, and

Computer specialist Phil Waldron urged that voting nationwide get back to paper ballots and secure chain of custody practices.


Guest speaker and physicist Dr. Douglas Frank just revealed that some county clerks gave analysts access to vote machine programming before and after elections.

Frank said the information will be released imminently. Panhandle Politico will report more as it develops.

The Sioux Falls, South Dakota Cyber Symposium is underway this morning at and Right Side Broadcasting Network is also live streaming the event at

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