Huffington Post: MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has provided a secret safe house for a Colorado county clerk amid an FBI investigation into a leak of voting machine passwords in the county to a presumed QAnon leader, Vice News reported Thursday.
Lindell told Vice that he initially took Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters to Texas after she spoke at his bizarre Cyber Symposium last week in South Dakota — where he again failed to provide promised proof that the 2020 presidential election was rigged against former President Donald Trump, whom Lindell supports.
Lindell said he has since whisked Peters off to a new secret location after a member of his own security team revealed her whereabouts.
Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold last week accused Peters of allowing an unauthorized individual access to election equipment made by Dominion.
That unnamed person allegedly recoded software passwords, which then turned up this month on a conservative blog and on the website of Ron Watkins. (Many have long speculated that Watkins is “Q” — the self-proclaimed government insider who gave the conspiracy theory its name. Watkins was the site administrator of far-right message board 8kun, which has heavily promoted QAnon.)
“To be very clear, Mesa County’s clerk and recorder allowed a security breach and, by all evidence at this point, assisted it,” Griswold said at a news conference. Griswold accused Peters of “actively working to undermine confidence and spread disinformation.” Read more..