Tina Peters, the keynote speaker for the Moment of Truth Summit by Mike Lindell was stopped from attending the event by the district attorney of Mesa County, Dan Rubinstein.
Peters was scheduled as a speaker at the weekend-long Moment of Truth Summit focused on Mike Lindell’s claims of voter fraud surrounding the 2020 election. The event hosted by the MyPillow CEO began on Saturday morning in Springfield.
“Most offensive travel request the undersigned has seen”
District Attorney Dan Rubinstein has denied Tina Peters, the embattled Mesa County Clerk & Recorder and former Secretary of State candidate, travel to the Moment of Truth summit in Springfield.
As a defendant in an ongoing criminal trial, Peters is required by law to submit a request to the district court for out-of-state travel. Peters had previously violated this bond requirement, resulting in the issuance of a warrant for her arrest, which was later quashed.
According to DA Rubinstein’s documents, Peters requested permission to travel to Springfield, Missouri, for the Moment of Truth Summit. Peters took part in the ‘Selection Code’ documentary film regarding the election theft theory and her actions during the election, which landed her in hot water with the law.
The documents further state that Peters wanted to attend the summit because it was “necessary to further her business interests,” but they also state that Peters is still paid $93,000 per year.
The document read further, “Ms. Peters is seeking permission to leave the state so that she can be celebrated as a hero for the conduct that a grand jury has indicted her for, and claims this is necessary to further her business interests, at a time when she continues to draw a substantial salary as the elected Clerk and Recorder, while doing no work for the county who is paying her.”
Due to security concerns, the actual document containing Peters’ travel request is sealed.
Marjorie Taylor Greene attended the Moment of Truth Summit as a surprise guest
Mike Lindell surprised the attendees at the Moment of Truth Summit when he brought U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene on-stage on Sunday morning during his weekend-long summit in Springfield.
The Georgia Republican spoke on the second day of the event, which drew attendees from across the country, the majority of whom were from outside Missouri, to the Springfield Expo Center. She blasted both Democrats and Republicans, saying their policies are “ruining our country.”
“The reason why I came here is I’ve recently gotten really tired of being told ‘Marjorie, don’t talk about the election,'” Greene said. “You have poured money and time you didn’t have, of course money you didn’t have,” she told the crowd. “You have probably lost friends, maybe you lost a job. Maybe you’ve lost faith at times, but you found it again and you keep fighting.”
Speakers from all 50 states gave presentations on theories of election fraud in their home states.
The majority of the speakers were activists who had analyzed and scrutinized 2020 election results in their state, frequently putting pressure on county clerks and state secretaries and urging for “forensic audits.”
Other speakers included Colorado state Rep. Ron Hanks, Kentucky state Sen. Adrienne Southworth, Washington state Rep. Brad Klippert, Arizona state House candidate Liz Harris, and Massachusetts congressional candidate Caroline Colarusso.