Mike Lindell, CEO of the MyPillow company, has long been adamant that the 2020 election was stolen from Donald Trump. Lindell believes, very seriously, that some sort of nefarious cyber crime occurred during that contest, and that this is what truly cost Trump the election.
Of course, no court in the country has taken up his case, or similar ones brought by Rudy Giuliani.
This has left Lindell to strike out on his own, attempting to convince as many people as he can of his belief.
Now, at a cyber-symposium that Lindell held for this express purpose, the pro-Trump CEO has been attacked.
MyPillow chief executive Mike Lindell says he was attacked in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, on Wednesday night.
Lindell told attendees Thursday morning at an election fraud symposium that he’s hosting in the city that he was attacked at his hotel, the Sioux Falls Argus Leader reported. Lindell said he was in pain and he wants everyone to know about the evil in the world. He didn’t go into details about the incident.
Police spokesman Sam Clemens said in a telephone interview with The Associated Press that officers took a report Thursday morning of an assault in a hotel located near the symposium. He said the assault allegedly took place at 11:30 p.m. Wednesday. No one was taken to a hospital, Clemens said.
Lindell had originally suggested that Donald Trump could be reinstated to the White House on August 13th of this year, but later rescinded that prediction citing delays in getting his case before the Supreme Court.