Tri-Cities Legislator Among Three Accused of Using Taxpayer Money to Attend Symposium
(Olympia, WA) -- Three Republican State lawmakers are accused of using taxpayer money to travel to South Dakota to attend an election "cyber symposium" hosted by MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell. The Seattle Times reports that public records show Representatives Brad Klippert of Kennewick, Robert Sutherland of Granite Falls, and Vicki Kraft of Vancouver requested and received expense reimbursements to attend the conference. The records show the State of Washington paid over $4,000 to foot the bill for their flights and hotel rooms.
Lindell organized the three-day "Cyber Symposium" in Sioux Falls over the summer, pledging to provide "irrefutable" proof that hackers stole the 2020 election from former President Trump.
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