Mike Lindell Wi-Fi Monitoring Devices Banned from Northern Kentucky Surveys

Mike Lindell, the election fraud conspiracy theorist and ardent Trump supporter, is selling Wi-Fi monitoring devices after claiming that the signals at polling stations lead to voter manipulation. Election officials in northern Kentucky said Lindell’s devices were illegal and likely a felony, and voted to order poll workers not to allow the machines. Lindell, the CEO of MyPillow, is suspended from X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, for spreading election fraud conspiracies. He reportedly raised funds at the Election Crime Bureau Summit in August for the devices, which he said would sell for less than $500. Kenton County Clerk Gabrielle Sum said Lindell’s devices were particularly dangerous because they were small enough to sneak into polling places and could illegally identify voters. “Things like that keep me up at night,” Sum said.

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