BREAKING NEWS: Lidenll With Details On The 3-Men Attack In Lobby Of Sioux Falls Hotel!

Mike Lindell was shaken at the start of his last symposium day, where he promised to share the evidence he collected on the voter fraud case.

“So, when I got to my hotel—I was attacked,” he told the public. Then he gave the mic to Colonel Phil Waldron, who shared that the red team detected disrupters got into the facility and wanted to steal information and embarrass lawmakers who dared to attend the event.

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We have never heard Lindell mentioning Antifa, but we heard rumors that they are behind his attack.
100% Fed Up interviewed Lidell, and in the discussion, we heard that there was numerous misinformation about the incident.

Mike explained that the attack occurred in his hotel’s lobby when he returned from dinner with Kendra Reeves, one woman that he is in a relationship with since 2014.
He entered the lobby at around 10:30, and on their way to the elevator, one man shouted: Hey, I want your picture!

Mike noticed something suspicious, but he agreed to take a picture with the person. The man who yelled at him didn’t take a picture but stood aside!

Later, one may be in his 20s, was running in the opposite direction, again yelling that he wants to take a picture with Mike.

The younger man in jeans grabbed Mike and stood right beside him and applied a huge pressure under his armpit with his hand. According to Mike’s testimony, the pressure was excruciating and intense, but he didn’t show that.

However, when the elevator opened, Kendra saved herself and entered the elevator. Once they arrived at his room, he wanted to see if his skin had some needle traces or other weird things. The men disappeared from the lobby once the police arrived.

Even though he is with security all the time, that won’t stop him from living his life!

There is numerous of information about what martial arts bloggers say about applying excessive force under the victim’s armpit.

Below you can see what we have found:

Medical Daily:

Movies have shown us that pressing down on certain parts of the body can knock you out or even kill you — but how much of this is backed by science? There remains some confusion and controversy as to what exactly “pressure points” are, and whether putting pressure on them is good or bad. The fact is, pressure points are sensitive parts of the body that can either be used for healing or pain — whether massaged or struck, they can help you feel better, but they can also impair you. Whether or not touching pressure points can lead to death is unknown and usually dismissed by scientists but explored a little below.

The notion of pressure points originally began in Japanese martial arts. It was Minamoto no Yoshimitsu, a Japenese samurai who lived from 1045 to 1127, who reportedly was the first to introduce the idea of pressure points into martial arts fighting. Yoshimitsu dissected the bodies of men killed during battle in order to better understand what little spots in their body were important to either cause pain or death, if hit or touched correctly. This fine art of fighting and killing, of course, took years of training to master; not just anyone could know which angle to strike the right nerve or joint, and where and when to do it.

But pressure points weren’t only used for ways to kill or maim people; they were also incorporated into traditional Chinese medicine, which believes that “meridian points” are the locations in the body through which life energy, or qi, flows.

We know that the pressure under Mike’s armpit was known as the subaxillary bundle. It is a nerve group placed one inch down from the armpit from the inside. Intense pressure will make your arm numb for a few minutes!

Knife thrusts there end up fatal!

No one knows what motivated the men to do what they did! We can only share potential scenarios!

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Addison Wilson

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