Regarding the Aug. 22 letter, “Symposium showed voter fraud,” which supported Mike Lindell and his cyber symposium, some of his own experts have admitted Lindell has nothing. One of his main sources of data is software designer Dennis Montgomery, who tricked the federal government out of tens of millions of dollars, which is precisely what he is doing to Lindell and his followers.

If we want election reform, let's get serious and stop with the conspiracies.

Mitchell Noland

Grand Rapids, Michigan

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