But Ron's 180 on the symposium over the last few weeks could be because he may have coordinated with Lindell to leak information supplied by Tina Peters.
On 8/2, he started hyping the whistleblower video.
In that screenshot, 4 Canon DR-G1130 scanners are listed.
Per this PDF, Mesa County is the only CO county to have purchased exactly 4 of those scanners. https://www.sos.state.co.us/pubs/elections/VotingSystems/files/2016/2016EquipmentDatabase.pdf
Actually, found an even better doc. If you scroll down to Mesa, you'll see the same hardware listed in Ron's screenshot, in the same order, and the same quantity. https://www.sos.state.co.us/pubs/elections/VotingSystems/files/2020/ColoradoVotingEquipmentbyCounty2020.pdf
Disappeared because I took that per-county inventory doc, pulled the Dell or Canon hardware (because that's all that's visible in Ron's screenshots) and turned it into a CSV for easy parsing. You can find that paste here: https://pastebin.com/UK5niLHR
Again, the source for that CSV is from this link: https://www.sos.state.co.us/pubs/elections/VotingSystems/files/2020/ColoradoVotingEquipmentbyCounty2020.pdf
What's this mean? Well, it means that there's a high likelihood that the spreadsheet Ron shared out originated from Mesa county.
Putting this together: I think Lindell('s people) got in touch with Ron at the end of July and connected him with Tina Peters, or leaked info to him that she had shared with Lindell's team.
Ron would launder the leak and make it seem as if it came from a Dominion employee.
In exchange, he agrees to hype the cyber symposium.
Peters can also appear on stage and corroborate the "whistleblower" data while Ron calls in. She can even act surprised that Ron has the data.
Ron's "whistleblower leak" seems more legitimate.
Lindell's election clerk bombshell witness seems more legitimate.
AND the source of the leak would appear to be the supposed Dominion employee, rather than Peters herself.