Election deniers from across the country are gathering in Missouri this weekend to attend MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell’s election fraud conspiracy conference. Lindell says his Moment of Truth conference will offer new evidence that the 2020 election was stolen, and also premiere a new documentary, “Selection Code,” which tells indicted Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters’ version of her actions during that election, for which she now faces multiple felony charges.

Still from “Selection Code” trailer

Clerk Peters won’t be able to attend the premiere, as the judge whose permission she needs to leave the state, rejected her request. However she’s still going to speak to attendees, albeit remotely.

Several other Coloradans, however, will attend MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell’s latest election fraud conspiracy conference in Springfield, Missouri this weekend, including Trump attorney Jenna Ellis, insurrection participant Shawn Smith, of the Colorado-based U.S. Election Integrity Plan (USEIP), former Colorado resident and Pueblo Republican Party activist Christy Fidura. United States Senate candidate Brian Peotter, who is running as a pro-life Libertarian, told the Colorado Times Recorder in July that he planned on attending the Summit. His wife Melody, who works for Lindell, is running for Colorado state senate. Reached via email to confirm that both were attending, Brian Peotter said only, “Be there, will be wild.”

Multiple former candidates from El Paso County are also attending. The Colorado Times Recorder was unable to confirm the specific names, but Peter Lupia, who lost the Republican primary for El Paso County Clerk & Recorder, included the following statement in a message to his supporters: “As a reminder, due to the travel schedules of those candidates attending the “Moment of Truth” Summit this weekend, this week’s coaltion update meeting is cancelled.” The candidates are likely other Republicans who, like Lupia lost their primary races. Several of them campaigned together, calling themselves the “Top Line Candidates,” in reference to having received the most votes at their county assembly.

Former Coloradan Sherronna Bishop, who recently moved to Texas, is also attending the summit. Bishop worked as Congresswoman’s Lauren Boebert’s campaign manager and then with Tina Peters’ during her failed run for Secretary of State. She is currently livestreaming from the venue.

On Tuesday a Colorado judge ordered Ellis to comply with a Georgia grand jury’s subpoena requiring her to appear for questioning about her role in the Trump campaign’s attempt to overturn that state’s 2020 election results. During the hearing Ellis told the judge she has travel planned to Missouri this week.

Ellis appears on a promotional image for the event, as part of its opening session, “How We Got Here.” She appears alongside Dr. Douglas Frank, a former high school math teacher who claims to have discovered an algorithm that hackers inserted into nearly every election machine in the country in order to steal the election. Frank conducted some of his earliest presentations in Colorado back in April of last year.

Via text earlier this week, Lindell confirmed Peters’ video participation, following the judge’s denial of her request. Peters argued that her presence was necessary for business purposes, as she is being paid for her appearance. Lindell declined to say whether or not Peters will still be paid for her video speech and if so, how much. He also confirmed that USEIP member Shawn Smith, who participated in the Jan. 6 insurrection and has called for Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold to be hanged, will also attend. Smith also serves on the board of Cause of America, Lindell’s national election fraud conspiracy group which he created with Smith and two other USEIP founders, Ashe Epp and Holly Kasun, who are no longer with the organization.

Pueblo County Republican Christy Fidura told her Facebook followers she is attending “as part of the Colorado team.” Fidura served as the Pueblo GOP’s representative to the county canvass board during the recent recount of the Secretary of State votes requested by Tina Peters. She refused to sign off on the recount results, which confirmed Peters’ loss.

CORRECTION: A previous version of this article’s headline misidentified Jenna Ellis as a Republican. She left the party in 2021, upset that party leaders weren’t supporting former President Trump’s claim that the 2020 election was stolen.