Michael Flynn, Lin Wood and Mike Lindell Pose in Front of 'Path to Trump' Board

Former national security adviser Michael Flynn, attorney Lin Wood and MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell have been photographed in front of a board designed to show how to influence former President Donald Trump through individuals and organizations in his orbit.

The three men posed for the picture while attending last week's Health and Freedom Convention in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, where they were featured speakers.

The board's purpose was explained in a pre-conference behind-the-scenes video, during which podcaster Clay Clark—who organized the event—filmed a man giving a tour of the event's pre-registration process. At one point, the men demonstrated a giant whiteboard with Trump's face in the middle, surrounded by an intricate web of his associates and supporters' names and photos, as well as arrows appearing to denote their proximity to him. The board also contained Biblical phrases and passages.

"This is the path to Trump, the trail to Trump," said the man giving the tour. "We're trying to get connected, reach the man."

Behind the camera, Clark said they intend to communicate COVID-19-related conspiracy theories to the former president.

"The thing is, is that I think, Clay, almost every single one of these people that is on this board, almost every single one we've had on the podcast, we called them, we've talked to them because we're trying to get the message to Trump," said the man being filmed.

"We're trying to ignite a revival," Clark said. He proceeded to point out red asterisks next to many names on the board, which he said indicate they have "talked to them personally" and "kind of lit them up."

The flurry of names on the board included Trump's family members and administration officials, Republican politicians, Fox News hosts and prominent right-wing personalities. Among those named were Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani, Texas Senator Ted Cruz and Congressman Dan Crenshaw, Fox News hosts Sean Hannity and Tucker Carlson, Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk and conspiracy theorist Dinesh D'Souza.

Clark also pointed out the Trump-linked individuals appearing at the conference, including Flynn, Wood and attorney Sidney Powell, all of whom have promoted the QAnon conspiracy theory.

At the conference, Wood received a standing ovation after he drew the letter "Q" in the air during his speech. He also claimed Trump was still president and spoke of a Biblical "revival" in the U.S.

The two-day event appears to have eschewed pandemic precautions, such as masks and physical distancing. According to the conference's itinerary, its second day ended with an event titled "It's Time to Burn Those Masks."

Flynn himself received a standing ovation at a separate conference in Nashville, Tennessee after he praised a popular QAnon slogan.

Michael Flynn speaks during protest
Former General Michael Flynn speaks during a protest of the outcome of the 2020 presidential election outside the Supreme Court on December 12, 2020 in Washington, DC. Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images