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  • Writer's pictureLeRoy Cossette


Updated: Nov 26, 2023

Mike Lindell has spent millions of his own dollars to prove that the Dominion machines can be manipulated externally to change voting patterns and that the machines can be accessed on the internet.

For two plus years, Mike Lindell, the pillow guy, has spent an enormous amount of time and money, in our behalf, to get rid of the machines.

In 2021 he held a Cyber symposium. Independent computer experts testified that the voting machines could be hacked by anyone with limited computer skills.

To demonstrate this, a demonstration was set up. In one room, a couple of people entered ballots into a machine......the results were noted.......10 minutes later, the results were reviewed.....the votes, mysteriously, now showed up for the other candidate.

What happened?.......In another room, the computer expert hacked the voting machine & changed the results.

Mike Lindell, working with his team, has spent the past two years developing a device that would detect any device connecting to the internet.

We would no longer need to overcome lawsuits to inspect the inner workings of the voting machine. The new device.... the "Wireless Monitoring Device" (WMD), will sound a warning if any voting machine connects to the internet.

The (WMD) is a self-contained device capable of detecting and identifying on-line devices of all kinds. It is a passive collection device, using proprietary hardware and software to perform the detection and report online systems in real time to a central data repository and web-based activity viewer.

What it Does

· Detects all online systems up to 200 feet of the device location.

· Records IP addresses, device identification, and signal strength for all detected online systems.

· Records the public access name (SSID) of all wireless access points.

· Records the number of devices connected to each access point and the change over time.

· Records time and date of when devices go online and offline.

· Saves all connection data to a secure server for later analysis.

What it Doesn’t Do

· Does not interfere with any network functionality.

· Does not record, inspect, alter, or destroy any actual data being transmitted or received.

· Does not record, save, or publish any login credentials or security information.

NOTE: The device complies with all FCC regulations and state laws.

The information transmitted by the WMD can be analyzed by the Election Crime Bureau Cyber Unit. The Cyber Unit will be able to filter the incoming data to isolate election equipment that is connected to the internet. This information will be displayed on the WMD Master Control Display which can be mirrored on ElectionCrimeBureau.com during elections.

To demonstrate the live use of the device, at a Summit held by Lindell, a WMD was attached to a drone in the parking lot, outside the event. After flying outside the Summit building for a period of time, the drone was flown through the doors of the event, into the auditorium, above the audience, landing on the desk, next to Lindell and his guest.

The WMD was then connected to a monitor. It showed every internet connection of every cell phone in the audience plus all computers inside the building also connected to the internet.

Here is 10 minutes of video from 12 hours of programming of the arrival of the drone on the desk. Really interesting. The WMD works within a couple hundred yards of a voting machine and can read through concrete walls.

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