The CEO of MyPillow Mike Lindell has stated that he was attacked inside of a hotel lobby located in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
Lindell was in town for his Cyber Symposium event, which aimed to prove that the 2020 precedential election was fraudulent. While on stage, Lindell explained he was attacked and believed the suspects were part of AntiFa.
While making the announcement, Lindell noticeably looked shook from the attack; he told the crowd at his Cyber Symposium that he was alright, but he’s still in pain.
The Associated Press reported that a police official in Sioux Falls stated the attack occurred around 11:30 on Wednesday night; however, the officer gave no further details, due to the incident still being under investigation.
Here’s the exact moment Lindell made the announcement:
Details Behind Lindell’s Cyber Symposium
Lindell’s Cyber Symposium consisted of many cyber experts, whistleblowers and lawmakers who took the stage, explaining how the 2020 presidential election was compromised.
One whistleblower who took the stage was Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters; around the same time she took the stage, passwords and other information regarding the Mesa County’s voting machines were leaked online. After they were leaked, the Colorado Secretary of State immediately began a probe on Peters.
The leak from Mesa County also reportedly proved that the Dominion voting machines used in the county could be connected to the internet; although previously, Dominion allegedly denied that the machines could be connected to the internet.
The conclusion of the Cyber Symposium from multiple experts declared that Trump won the states of Arizona, Georgia, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.
Dominion Lawsuit Against Lindell Will Not Be Thrown Out
During the Symposium, it was revealed by a federal court that the $1.6 billion dollar lawsuit against Lindell from Dominion Voting Machines will not be dropped. The Dominion lawsuits claims that Mike Lindell defamed their company by declaring their voting machines rigged the 2020 election.
Lindell isn’t the only one who is being sued by Dominion; Rudy Giuliani, Sydney Powell, Newsmax, and OANN are also facing suits. Fox News was also previously sued by Dominion for $1.6 billion for reporting about election fraud.
Since Fox News has been sued by Dominion, they have refrained from speaking about election fraud. Although, Lindell, Powell, and Giuliani have not refrained, but rather showed the world they won’t be silenced by fear of being sued.
Many believe Dominion’s $1.6 billion dollar lawsuit is just a way to silent anyone who speaks out about election fraud. It’s almost to the point you can’t even mention their name in the news cycle, due to the fact if you do, they will throw a lawsuit at you.
The bright side of the lawsuits is both Lindell and Powell believe that the lawsuits will end up backfiring against Dominion; they will cause the company to be more transparent, which could lead to more evidence regarding the truth about the 2020 election.