Mike Lindell’s ‘Cyber Symposium’ Was Hacked by CHINA!

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    • #439577
      Jan Boehmerman
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      At least that’s what Mike is claiming   …………….

      Mike Lindell’s 2020 election symposium delayed by ‘hacked’ livestream

      MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell said his website, Frank Speech, was hacked Tuesday morning, interrupting the livestream of his Cyber Symposium on how Chinese hackers defrauded the 2020 presidential election and delaying the start of the three-day event.

      Mr. Lindell says he has 37 terabytes of “irrefutable” evidence that hackers, who he said were backed by China, broke into election systems and switched votes in favor of President Biden, which he plans to present at the event.

      “We’ve been attacked, they attacked,” Mr. Lindell told the in-person attendees in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. “We have backup. We’re going to be up and running. But I’m going to wait to run that live[stream] to start because everyone’s gonna see everything we got.”

      Complete story here: Mike Lindell’s 2020 election symposium delayed by ‘hacked’ livestream – Washington Times

    • #439582
      Pam2
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      .. who didn’t like his pillow? 🤔🤨

    • #439586
      sadoldgirl
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      Alright, let me get this straight:

      The Dems declare that Russia hacked them.

      The Repugs declare that China hacked them.

      Whose systems are hacked by Iran, Venezuela or Cuba then?

    • #439587
      Gryneos
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      that he even knows what a terabyte is, much less just how much room you get with 37 terabytes. Even if he got the data from every single voting machine in the country, I doubt it would require more than 2-3 terabytes to store it. Metadata is just text and doesn’t take up much room.

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      • #439588
        Satan
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        are grams, dimebags, and “8 balls”

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        • #439593
          mrdmk
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          Lindell would not know a terabyte if one up and bit him on the nose. To further the point, Lindell would not know a Chiness hack even if Bruce Lee rose from the grave and drew him a picture.

          If you cannot dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with bullshit WC Fields

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      • #439599
        PolecatHollerer
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        …is a bit of a red flag, isn’t it?

        If you give a man enough rope, it will be six inches too short. This is not the nature of rope- it is the nature of man.

        • #439672
          Gryneos
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          almost any hacking claim, other than when the hackers got into the Sony servers some years ago. 37 TB might take up one entire vertical set of racks in a server farm, but likely less space than that. Single terabyte drives are often too small for that. And 37 TB can be represented by seven 6 TB drives in a home-based NAS (Network Attached Storage) device. Any professional photographer or videographer can fill that space in less than a year.

          But as others have said, it is unlikely Lindell understands computer storage in any way, shape, or form, and just threw out some numbers and jargon to make it seem like he knew what he was talking about.

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    • #439596
      chknltl
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      While ranting on about the efficacy of his pillows, he fails to mention that lunatic dreams are to be expected as a side affect.*

       

      *(is it side ‘affect’ or side ‘effect’…I generally get that bit confused so let’s just go with side ‘defect’ in this particular case.)

      • #439674
        Gryneos
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        Here’s part of the etymology of the two words, so maybe that will help keep them straight :~)
        (I chose the verb-versions to shorten the post, but the words are linked for further study.)

        affect (v.1)
        “to make a mental impression on,” 1630s; earlier “to attack” (c. 1600), “act upon, infect” (early 15c.), from affect (n.) or from Latin affectus “disposition, mood, state of mind or body produced by some external influence.”

        effect (v.)
        “to produce as a result; to bring to a desired end,” 1580s, from Latin effectus, past participle of efficere “work out, accomplish” (see effect (n.)).

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        • #439680
          chknltl
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          ‘A’ is in ‘A’ttack as well as in ‘A’ffect.

          ‘E’ is in ‘End’ as well as in ‘Effect.

          The affects of my attempts had the desired effects. (I hope I got it right)

          Two others I have put to good use:

          Stalactite vs stalagmite. Stalactites  is the only one of the two with the letter ‘C’ and two ‘T’s. ‘C’  is also in ‘Ceiling’ while ‘T’ is for ‘Top’

          Less confusing are stalagmites. They contain the letter ‘M’ as does the word ‘mound’.

          Stalagmites are essentially  mounds on the floor of caves while stalactites are found on the cave ceilings.

          Starboard vs Port.

          Starboard has many letters, port only has four. Left has only four letters as well, right on the other hand has more than four letters so that makes the port side of a ship the left side and the Starboard side the right side.

          I was in the army, not the navy nor the airforce so my thinking here may be in error: From what I understand, ships of the air as well as ships on water utilize a red light on their port side and a green light on their Starboard side.

          When coming at each other head on, each vessel turns slightly to port, passing green light to green light in order to not collide. (At least that is how I think it works)

          Getting back to my number of letters trick: Green has more letters than red. Starboard  has more letters than port. So if one knows to pass a vessel Starboard to starboard then one knows to pass green to green.

          Again, I was in the army. Our drill seargents took special delight in telling us to use our military  left as opposed  to our civilian left…so I may have that port vs Starboard notion backwards.

          • #439716
            Gryneos
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            but you have your jargon correct. I didn’t know the info about the lights. Maritime history has quite a bit of jargon, including some that which turned into idioms.

            “Learn the ropes” means to know your stuff. The origin is from the time when ships were wooden with cloth sails and everything was controlled by rigging (ropes). Sailors had to know not only the correct knots to use but which ropes controlled which bit of rigging. I’m not a sailor, but have learned some of their knots for doing macrame and other creative knot-work.

            Here’s a link of maritime sayings and their meanings: https://marinalife.com/magazine-article/maritime-sayings-idioms/

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