MyPillow CEO and outspoken conservative Mike Lindell was reportedly attacked at a hotel on Wednesday night.
Lindell told a crowd at his “cyber symposium” in South Dakota that he was assaulted and punched in the ribs. He later claimed his attacker was a member of Antifa.
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“Last night when I got to the hotel, I was attacked,” he said.
“I’m okay, but it hurts,” Lindell later added. “I just want everyone to know all the evil that’s out there.”
Lindell is in North Sioux City, South Dakota presenting what he claims is irrefutable proof of mass voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election that cost former President Donald Trump his re-election.
These claims have Lindell and others facing massive $1.3 billion lawsuits from Dominion Voting Systems.
Lindell has countersued the company for $1.6 billion.
Lindell said the evidence presented at the symposium would be history-making and would cause the U.S. Supreme Court to reverse the 2020 election. However, the cyber forum itself was met with mixed reviews.
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Some conservatives have praised Lindell’s work. Others were confused by the presentations. Cybersecurity experts in attendance claimed they were never given the data to examine that he was promised.
One top Trump ally at the symposium, former White House senior aide Steve Bannon, slammed the alleged claims of proof. Bannon supports Trump’s claims of mass voter fraud, but said Lindell hasn’t delivered what was promised.
“I think this is a mistake,” Bannon said on his web show Wednesday about the symposium repeating a movie. “I want to be brutally frank. I think there’s so much work to get through the day. I don’t think they should play this movie again. It’s now time to really get to the details.”
“You’ve laid a theory of the case that is very powerful,” he said. “But in laying that case out, you’ve got to bring the receipts.”
Trump and his team have repeatedly claimed that mass voter fraud rigged the 2020 presidential election against him. But supporters remained frustrated by mounting courtroom losses after the election.
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