Mike Lindell claims he was attacked in his hotel……
Sources say that he looked visually shaken while he told them of the alleged attack the night before. Lindell hasn’t really said anything about his attackers as of yet.
Rumors are bound to run wild here, but I really do wonder what is going on here.
Were the assailants government agents?
People protecting corporate interests?
Maybe they are just unconnected people who dislike Lindell and wanted to assault him in retaliation for holding his controversial cyber-symposium.
Here’s what we currently know:
BREAKING REPORT: Mikes Lindell violently attacked last night… – RSBN NEWS
THEY SURE ARE DOING A LOT TO SILENCE THIS MAN..
— Chuck Callesto (@ChuckCallesto) August 12, 2021
Mike Lindell was choked up opening the final day of his “symposium,” claiming that he was “attacked” at his hotel last night. He later claimed it was “Anifa,” but gave no details. pic.twitter.com/OAdfBzngLU
— Ron Filipkowski (@RonFilipkowski) August 12, 2021
Lindell’s claims found their way into The Independent:
Mr Lindell said he had been targeted near the elevators of his hotel and that another symposium participant’s house was raided, adding that all the electronics were taken.
“Last night when I got to the hotel, I was attacked,” he said and later asked a woman to join him on the stage to “pray for our nation”.
“I’m OK. It hurts a little bit,” Mr Lindell said. “I just want everyone to know all the evil that’s out there,” he added.
Mike Lindell attacked last night, and staff member of elected official home was raided. If they didn't cheat would this be happening?
— Jax🇺🇸 🇺🇸 🇺🇸 (@Jax05486433) August 12, 2021
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, an ardent supporter of former President Donald Trump, says he was attacked at his hotel in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Wednesday night. https://t.co/bfwedL9Wwp
— Newsmax (@newsmax) August 12, 2021
Argus Leader had this to say:
Sioux Falls Police said no reports have been made from Lindell about the alleged incident.
An officer from the SFPD will be visiting Lindell on Thursday to ask about the incident, police spokesman Sam Clemens said.
Lindell is in Sioux Falls for a “cyber symposium” where he announced in July that he hoped 300-400 “cyber-forensics experts” would attend and back up his claims that voting machines were hacked to flip votes intended for former President Donald Trump to President Joe Biden in November 2020.