MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, retired General Michael Flynn and attorney Lin Wood were among the Kentucky event's slated speakers.
A former member of Lindell's team said that the MyPillow CEO sold his private jet in order to afford his legal battle with a voting machine company.
"My priority is ensuring that the voters of Mesa County have accessible and secure elections," Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold said.
MyPillow store backer Roy Hanna said he had been called a "terrorist, insurrectionist and a pedophile."
"It is a concern that people, in the pursuit of trying to show the system is insecure, are actually making it more insecure," said one researcher.
Amy B. Chan, a Republican, said the audit process was "more like a life-sized game of Mouse Trap than any kind of professional endeavor."
"The robust public debate surrounding the subject of Lindell's statements affords him constitutional protection and bars any inference that he spoke with actual malice," MyPillow lawyers wrote in a motion filed in court on Tuesday.
Prosecutors said in a filing that Jensen was "found alone, in his garage" watching Lindell's cyber symposium.
Jeff Buongiorno, who said he witnessed the encounter, said he was concerned Lindell was falsely accusing someone of attacking him.
MSNBC hosts Mehdi Hasan and Joy Reid also piled on as another bizarre Trump "reinstatement day" theory failed on Friday.
"You will be shocked to hear that Joe Biden is still the president of the United States," Mehdi Hasan said.
Despite the months-long failed predictions that Trump would be reinstated as president, some supporters of the theory continue to peddle it.
"Hundreds of thousands of votes? You're kidding yourself," the Republican said in a response to a heckler claiming that Donald Trump actually won the election.
Nichols cites several examples of standout defamation allegations as grounds for why the defamation suits should be allowed to continue.
"You've laid a theory of the case that is very powerful, but in laying that case out, you've got to bring the receipts," Bannon said.
The MyPillow CEO announced that he was targeted in a cyber attack on Tuesday.
Toth, who has made baseless claims of voter fraud, didn't name who on "the Left" is allegedly setting up Lindell.
The Maricopa County Republican blamed "members of the Arizona state Senate and other Republicans across the country" for driving the threats.
"I want nothing to do with them if they're going to ruin our country and decide on events you have," Lindell said of Fox News. He was once their biggest advertiser.
The MyPillow CEO has pulled ads from the network, after it reportedly rejected playing a commercial repeating his claims of voter fraud.
"It will be the biggest revival for Jesus in history," the MyPillow CEO said.
Lindell has also said that his "cyber symposium" this month will reveal new evidence of voting machine fraud orchestrated by China.
The duo's remarks may have more to do with right-wing displeasure towards Fox News rather than an appreciation of MSNBC's coverage.
Miles Taylor said that the House of Representatives will be "haunted" by the "ghoul" of Trump if Republicans retake the chamber in 2022.
The MyPillow CEO claimed that the 2020 election will be "pulled down" after his planned "cyber symposium" in August.
"These three days in August are gonna change history…you can't change these packet captures, they're forever captured in time."
Parkland shooting survivor and activist David Hogg was initially involved with the progressive pillow company.
"They don't even have to deliberate and say, 'what do you think of the evidence?'" Lindell said while predicting the Supreme Court would reinstate Trump.
"The Better Business Bureau, the crooked Better Business Bureau, which took me from an A+ to an F. Still an F is fantastic, people," Lindell said Friday.
"They're gonna take this election down, and, yes, Donald Trump will be your president," the MyPillow CEO claimed.