Mike Lindell’s Cyber Symposium is trending big time. The Colorado vote is a big deal on Wednesday after the Mesa County clerk Tina M. Peters’s office got raided by the Secretary of State on Tuesday while she was on her way to the Cyber Symposium. Now on Wednesday we can see a bunch of tech guys going through the databases of the voting processes and finding all kinds of data breaches, log issues, and missing files. Using forensic voting machine “images”, it was noted that a “de-hardening” batch script was in place both before & after the election. It is believed this could be used to reduce the security of the machines. This is nuts!