Supposedly the cyber symposium was off limits to the rank and file and was only for technical professionals and the press. That policy apparently got changed, because this person says he’s not a computer professional and he most certainly is not a member of the press.

Great idea that, don’t let the facts get in the way of a good story. Just report the story any old way, facts or none.

Look on the bright side here, at least there have been a few entertaining moments from Sioux Falls.


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    • Or, a bit more colorfully: “Facts? We don’t need no stinking facts!” (Paraphrasing Mel Brooks’ “Blazing Saddles.)

      Or, if you want to go back to “The Treasure of the Sierra Madre” (from which Brooks somewhat shortened the original): “Facts? We ain’t got no facts! We don’t need no facts! I don’t have to show you any stinking facts!”

  1. The reporter/writer didn’t attend or listen to the symposium objectively because her information contains false information. I watched it all three days until an error came up on my computer that something happened to the server and I couldn’t access anymore. Some of the smartest people, with more than enough technical and working experience in cyberspace, presented information throughout the three days that was credible. All fifty states were represented to hear the and see the data. I heard Mr. Lindell invite everyone to attend and watch the symposium, especially politicians of every state and national government, reporters from every news outlet, judges, lawyers, etc. The media chose the sound bite of one of the speakers who clarified that his expertise was not in the computers. Ursala Faw, the writer of the story, took the statement out of context. Very informative cyber symposium for anyone who wants to understand how the voting system works in our country and a ton of other information the average American should know but don’t.


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