Mike Lindell is the Founder and CEO of the MyPillow company that has gone through the wringer as of late for the hate crime of Lindell supporting President Donald Trump in his efforts to show that the 2020 election was in fact stolen by Democrats. Lindell is planning to release a three-hour-long movie on Friday about alleged (I only use that word to avoid lawsuits) election fraud in the 2020 US presidential election.
Lindell has spent millions of his own dollars hiring top-quality data forensics and cyber experts, investigators, and whistleblowers who are in the know with how much election fraud took place in all the key battleground states during the 2020 election.
The movie that Lindell has titled “Absolute Proof” is not very likely to stop criticisms the CEO and his company is receiving for simply asking for a legitimate hearing of the evidence that forms mountains, completely ignored by the CNNs of the world. Instead, we saw liberal courts reject cases brought to prove election fraud only to have the media report that the said cases were rejected for lack of evidence. That right there was a fraud perpetrated against the American people as the complainants were never allowed to even present their evidence.
On Wednesday, during interviews to promote the film, Lindell claimed he made it after he realized his efforts garnered “100% proof” that President Trump was defeated in November’s election because of an alleged Chinese cyberattack.
I watched a video of a Chinese professor who spoke to an audience in China on a television show where he openly bragged about how the Chinese government helped Biden win and he went on to allege that the Communist Chinese Party now had a puppet inside the White House. He also said that they can control Wall Street but they knew they could never control Donald Trump.
Lindell also repeated accusations about votes being “flipped” in favor of Joe Biden by Dominion voting machines, which has a history of doing that in countries that our new government is trying to emulate. He called Trump “the real president” and described his defeat as a “communist coup.”
Members of law enforcement on Election Day said they found no evidence of any malicious activity that led to the election ending differently. First of all, on Election Day itself, you’re not going to find more than circumstantial evidence, because it is impossible to claim you did any kind of in-depth analysis of voter data in the key battleground states where the most election fraud occurred on the same day that the fraud was occurring. That’s just common sense. And those who report that kind of nonsense about the federal government’s investigation completely ignore all the investigations that were done at the state level which uncovered massive mountains of evidence of election fraud. We have already reported on each key battleground states where the evidence mounted proof of election fraud, and in each instance, liberal courts refused to hear the evidence.
The MyPillow guy has remained steadfast in his resolve to prove that the election was stolen from Donald Trump. I could spend another ten thousand words describing everything that the world already knows about how the Democrats stole the election, but at this point, I won’t waste your time with things you more than likely already know. Lindell’s resolve has led to his company people boycotted and he has been banned on many social media platforms, platforms that act like publishers.
In the face of all the tyranny that the Woke Supremacy has thrown at the man like major retail outlets dropping MyPillow products and Twitter banning him and his company to facing a $1.3 billion defamation lawsuit which will die in court so long as the court isn’t a Woke tool of the Supremacy because in order to prove defamation you have to prove that the person who said what you claim to be false is actually false and you have to prove that they knew it was false and on top of that you have to prove that you lost money professionally by it. Dominion Voting Systems can not prove all of that, but Mike Lindell may just prove he’s right and that’s why many in the media, including some frightened folks in conservative media, are doing their best to make Lindell appear to be some conspiracy nut.
While all the hate keeps piling up on this crusader for truth, Lindell has put together a crew to create his film after he received what he has described as a “miracle from God.” They allegedly produced the film in just five days.
Lindell said during a radio interview that he has been hiding out and is being protected by “heavy security” admitting that he made the movie with the protection of former Navy SEALs.
“We’ve put this together, and it’s, I want to say, 100 times better than I could have imagined,” the MyPillow exec said.
While promoting his film during another interview on YouTube’s The Revival Channel, Lindell said that his film is “the most important documentary you ever watch in history.”
“Coming Friday, I have put together this documentary, it’s three hours long, that shows every, 100%, the theft by China and these other countries, this cyberattack on our country here, that took, that flipped votes,” Lindell said.
“I think God waited until now to make this movie. Because you know what? It’s 11:59, guys. It’s 11:59. And you know what? That miracle that’s coming, and it’s coming, and I’m telling you, Friday is the start,” he added.
The film will be made available online and on cable TV. The only thing he has to worry about now is being censored by the Woke Supremacy oligarchs who make no mistake about it will try to suppress the movie from ever being shown.
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell told Fox9 that some retailers are dropping MyPillow products from their stores. This is taking place after Lindell’s claims of election fraud in the 2020 presidential election.
Lindell said Bed Bath and Beyond, Kohl’s, Wayfair, and HEB have all dropped MyPillow because of public pressure on social media he claims is being perpetrated by “leftist groups”.
The New York Times reported that Dominion Voting Systems threatened a lawsuit against Lindell because of his accusations about election fraud that the company was allegedly involved in.
State officials have repeatedly ignored all the evidence that was gathered during investigations and revealed at legislature hearings in the key battleground states where whistleblowers and data experts testified via affidavits under penalty of perjury (meaning they could go to prison if they lied) to massive amounts of election fraud that they witnessed. Instead, state officials kept saying there was no proof of widespread election fraud in the election. So we’re not supposed to believe our lying eyes and ears?
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The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency called it the “most secure election in American history.” The Democrats also say that Joe Biden is not in a cognitive decline and we don’t believe that either. They say FBI Director Chris Wray is not an establishment guy who wants to get to the bottom of the Spygate scandal and nobody believes that.
Lindell is just one of over one-hundred and fifty people contacted by Dominion over what they say are baseless claims about the integrity of its voting machines, according to The Washington Post.
Well, Lindell didn’t take that sitting down. The MyPillow CEO came back with a defiant message:
“I want Dominion to put up their lawsuit because we have 100% evidence that China and other countries used their machines to steal the election.”
Dominion accused Lindell of participating in a “smear campaign” against them and they sent a cease and desist letter on Monday that he “preserve and retain all documents relating to Dominion.”
This is what the socialists do. They harm you and then they go after you legally to give the appearance that your accusations of wrongdoing are false. It’s no different than a young brother and sister fighting and the first one who gets to mom and dad to tell their side of the story is the winner because they have instant credibility. Mom and dad in this case are the courts.
Fox9 spoke with Dominion Voting Systems about the criticism that came from President Donald Trump and his voters who say that the 2020 election results weren’t accurate. Even Fox is saying they didn’t have any evidence when anyone who paid attention saw the evidence.
Right here is a perfect example. In this video, we have Mark Davis, President of Data Productions, Inc. in Georgia who testified at the Georgia state legislature hearing on election fraud. Davis has been considered an expert witness in five election cases in the past based on his data analysis skills and his knowledge of Georgia election laws. Davis gives several scenarios where election laws were violated by far more than enough people needed to declare the election void. And that would have happened if the Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger did his job and investigated the fraud by, oh, I don’t know, listening to Davis’ testimony?
Dominion provided the voting machines that were used so that voters could electronically cast their ballots in twenty-eight states. The evidence revealed with numbers both material and circumstantial certainly warrants more than the standard “there is no evidence of widespread election fraud.” And it doesn’t help when the left-wing mainstream media personalities, who have attacked Trump every day of his presidency, continues to repeat the lie that there is no evidence of voter fraud.
In the days after the election, Trump referenced an OAN report on Twitter that accused Dominion of “deleting” large numbers of his votes or “switching” them to count for Joe Biden. Twitter labeled the tweet with a message saying the accusations in the tweet were disputed. I think at that point if Trump tweeted “Good morning” the tech tyrant Twitter would have labeled the tweet as disputed.
Michael Steel, a representative of Dominion addressed the claims of election fraud concerning their machines.
“This is a non-partisan company,” Steel said. “It is the gold standard in some ways in determining transparent, verifiable election results.”
The Fake News media went into overdrive to slam home the idea that Dominion machines have no problems whatsoever, and many Democrats echo those arguments, even though the Democrats complained very loudly about the Dominion machines in the past.
Lindell is being targeted by critics of the president for his strong support for Trump in the past. You can’t even support a candidate anymore if the candidate is a Republican. The MyPillow CEO recently met with the president in the White House and said that he talked to him about the evidence he says he has about election fraud.
Lindell also said that MyPillow was dropped by the aforementioned retail stores stemming from a boycott by a liberal watchdog group.
“The most evil people on the planet!” Lindell said of the group.
MyPillow is based in Chaska, Minnesota.
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On Tuesday, the announcement was made that CEO of Mike Lindell was preparing two counter-lawsuits against Dominion Voting Systems, claiming (1) Dominion violated 1st amendment rights of all Trump Supporters; and (2) Dominion engaged in racketeering, breaking RICO laws. Lindell confirmed Alan Dershowitz had joined his legal team.
“Mike Lindell declares Alan Dershowitz has joined team, will not lead but will defend 1st amendment freedom of speech rights,” Wayne Dupree posted about Dershowitz.
Lindell has been living in “undisclosed locations” because of safety concerns, he said.
The MyPillow CEO said he hadn’t been back to his home in Minnesota in two months.
He told “The Domenick Nati Show” he has teams investigating “cancel culture,” Twitter, Facebook.
“During an interview with former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon on Monday, Lindell said he’s counter-suing Dominion in response to lawsuits over alleged defamation by the company in an election fraud debate,” OAN Reported.
Lindell has been on the War Room previously and announced his plans to defend President Donald J. Trump and restore election integrity before the next big election in 2022. He has repeatedly said he was not going to give up.
“During a Monday appearance on The Domenick Nati Show, Lindell announced that he had hired a team of investigators to look into Zuckerberg, Dorsey, and others that he believes are guilty of “criminal activity.” He said that he initially believed Zuckerberg’s activities were only “immoral” before his investigators allegedly discovered unspecified “criminal things” that the Facebook CEO had taken part in.
“Mark, you’re going to jail along with Jack Dorsey; you know you are,” said Lindell. “I mean, these guys are sick. What is wrong with them? … Jack Dorsey is involved in a lot of evil. They took my Twitter, they were running my Twitter, not just take it down.”
Dominion, a U.S.-based voting machine supplier, is suing MyPillow and Mr. Lindell for $1.3 billion in light of the latter alleging it helped rig the 2020 presidential election against Mr. Trump.
Trump allies Rudolph W. Giuliani and Sidney Powell are named in similar civil suits, while several news outlets have retracted claims about Dominion after receiving legal warnings from its lawyers.
Lindell, unlike others, insists that someone was posting on Twitter account and posing as him, and he has said in the past he believed that Twitter was posting information on his account that was false.
“My friends were calling up saying ‘Mike, are you ok with the election now?'” Lindell said. “I go ‘no.’ Well, here they were, retweeting things, making it look like Mike Lindell was ok with stuff.”
Lindell is determined to win this for America, and restore election integrity at a great personal sacrifice.
“I absolutely move around to undisclosed locations,” he said.
That kind of commitment is absolutely worth buying an awesome pillow from him.
Progressive talk has already been exposed as nonsense about “Good Pillow”. Remember when David Hogg, whose rise to political celebrity is very strange, when just weeks ago he decided to take on very successful Mike Lindell, the CEO of My Pillow out of revenge for Lindell’s political stand?
“Watching Hogg try to launch his pillow company, called Good Pillow, was like being forced to watch a train wreck, as his public pleas for ideas and suggestions felt more like desperate cries for help than legitimate crowdsourcing.” Matt Margolis wrote for Daily Caller.
Note the bravado…
Update from Daily Caller in their article, from March 14:
” As PJM’s Megan Fox reported last month, Hogg’s pillow company, despite being in the embryonic stage of development (they didn’t even have a logo yet), was getting free publicity from the Washington Post.
In fact, Hogg’s partner made a public appeal for a “top tier” graphic designer to design the company’s logo for a mere $200 and in less than two hours for WaPo’s forthcoming feature story, which was published February 9.”
I covered the “Gansta Capitalism” on Feb 10, linked below, as well. What I noticed was that there was no product- and the teeny boppers appeared to think that rolling out a new company was like playing a video game.
THERE IS STILL NO HOGG PILLOW
And it appears that since then, media have discovered that Hogg and his buddies did not even attempt to develop a product for their company. This should be humiliating for everyone involved, and as I pointed out earlier, Gen Z seems to believe they can just speak products into existence.
Or perhaps the whole thing was only a PR attack, and they never were planning on doing the hard work that Lindell had already done and dedicated his life to doing.
“A search of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office database does not reveal any new company being registered under the name Good Pillow or a variant.”
…he is attempting to create a pillow company to compete against MyPillow, which is led by staunch Trump supporter Mike Lindell. The idea for the company, first tweeted as a joke by Hogg’s partner, software developer William LeGate, is becoming increasingly firm: The pair announced the name of their company, Good Pillow, on Tuesday night. Yet many aspects of the company are not fully formed and critics have thrown a wet blanket on the plan.
The entire episode should be spanking to Hogg because he defamed and slandered Lindell, and he defrauded the public and social media. Unless everyone just understood their role in the game of a progressive leftist cyber fantasy company- that was never meant to me real.
Hogg and his buddies bragged all over social media, even aided by Twitter with an expensive PR push, including trending topics and sidebar promotion as breaking news and trending news.
So in the end, the “good pillow” is nowhere near going to be real. Hogg still doesn’t have any trademark, but someone a man in North Carolina, picked up the trademark and now Hogg may be the new focus of gansta capitalism tactics.
Whatever happened, Hogg could learn a lot of things from Lindell.
Mike Lindell, the founder, and CEO of My Pillow appeared on the War Room Pandemic on Tuesday and updated the audience about the massive defamation lawsuit being brought against his company by Dominion Voting Systems, that went viral on Monday.
“Come on, Dominion, serve me the papers!” Lindell said.
“Dominion is a company which makes machines to destroy countries and to kill the American Dream; I am the American Dream. I built a company from nothing, as an ex-addict, and that is the American Dream, ” Lindell said, in reaction to Dominion suing his company, My Pillow.
The news went viral on Monday that Dominion has filed a 1.3 Billion Dollar lawsuit against Lindell for defamation, and at first, Lindell said he was very happy because he wanted to release the information he had about Dominion, and on what he believes is proof of voter fraud in the 2020 Presidential Election.
“In the lawsuit, Dominion is saying that you are very smart and that you are conning the Depolorables to purchase pillows and to make money. They say it is all a marketing scam and that you are just hurting their company,” Steve Bannon, host of the War Room, said.
“I lost 20 Big Box companies and platforms, so it is rubbish what they are saying about marketing. I lost 65 Million dollars in business over this thing that I won’t have this year, that I had last year. It is crazy to think I would make money by going after Dominion. The Wall Street Journal is going to write about me and say the companies dropped me because business was so slow, but that isn’t true,” Lindell said.
Bannon reminded him that the Voter Integrity movement is not getting anywhere, especially after the US Supreme Court refusing to address the issues.
“If someone said that My Pillow was made with rocks and bolts, I would invite them it to look at how the pillows were made and open up the pillows, but I guess Dominion does things in a different way, they just sue” Lindell said about his frustration that Dominion would not allow any auditing of their machines and investigation into the 2020 Presidential election. “My proof for the machines does not have anything to do with the Supreme Court.”
“Is there any hope about this election, and are you willing to put out more evidence?” Bannon asked.
“I am never stopping. What I am investigating is not the same as the Supreme Court cases. I have done a deep dive, and the proof is out there, and there is a plan now in action. Keep the faith. I am going to put reports on Lindelltv. com. I will be back on the War Room again,” Lindell said.
“This is a huge news story. Have you been on [network or cable news] at all?” Bannon said,
“Dominion has caused you to see a freeze on getting on shows, so they have been successful, right? Their legal strategy seems to have worked,” Bannon said
“None of the shows will have me on. Some called yesterday about the movie but have not watched it. And that is part of the cancel culture, sure. They are all scared to have me on because they are afraid of Dominion. When you have the truth, you have everything. Smartmatic sued over Lou Dobbs, so no one can talk about anything,” said Lindell.
“They want to keep the evidence from getting to the public with the lawsuits. When they sue me, they can delay and delay. They need to serve me, and then I can show evidence. They are bad enough to try to destroy our country, and they are suing My Pillow, an employee-owned company. The employees do not have anything to do with what I am doing,” Lindell said.
“They attacked my Pillow, and they should have left the company alone. I was very happy to hear they were going to sue me. They have to follow through and serve me. I can’t do anything until they serve me.
“I am making Pillows. They are making devices to steal elections. They steal the American dream; I am the American dream. I am coming from a place where anything is possible, and they are about The Big Theft. Communism is shutting us down. So I want them to serve me so I can put the evidence out,” Lindell told Bannon.
“They want a jury trial in federal court. They filed the lawsuit. Have they not served you?” Bannon asked.
“No, they have not served me. I hope they serve me. I don’t want this to be smoke and mirrors just to scare people,” Lindell said.
“Evidence will be updated at Lindelltv.com; let’s go all in,” he said in closing.
Mike Lindell is a proud recovering crack addict and successful businessman, the founder of My Pillow, who became a supporter of President Donald J. Trump, meeting with him at first in early 2016, to talk about Trump’s presidential campaign agenda of increasing manufacturing jobs and decreasing access to the country’s borders for drug dealers, issues both critical to Lindell, so Lindell was quick to support Trump and be excited about the new plans for the country, knowing how important employment is in recovery from substance abuse.
“I have gotten information that 70 Million people worldwide have watched the movie,” Lindell told Bannon on a recent appearance of Bannon’s podcast, the WarRoom Pandemic, talking about Lindell’s latest project to defend Trump’s agenda.
On Thursday night, on One American News, Lindell sat down with Steven Bannon, a former strategist to Trump and former chairman of Breitbart News. Currently, the host of Bannon’s WarRoom podcast, to talk about Lindell’s newly released and very anticipated movie, “Absolute Proof,” which is a very controversial movie, even to Bannon, who is not fond of talking about the topic of the film; the role the counting machines played in tallying the final vote in the election.
Lindell has been removed from several platforms over his activism for election integrity, and the movie is banned in several places.
Documentary movies about politics are not new; however, Lindell’s film is seen as subversive because it is in defense of Trump and conservative Republicans; there is no doubt that considering the threats people who are associated with have gotten.
Consider, Michael Moore, the bombastic documentary maker, never faced any such scrutiny to his shocking films, so the reaction from the left to Lindell’s film heightens people’s curiosity.
Still, people have questions about the legitimacy of the movie. Rasmussen Reports, posted on Thursday about the film, “New Analysis & Commentary on Lindell documentary “Absolute Proof” – (Where’s The Beef, Mike?) Mike Lindell’s Absolute Proof is Suggestive but Lacks Proof.”
Bannon and Lindell watch the movie together, stopping on occasion for Bannon to ask a question of Lindell.
“Every one of the states in question, Trump would have won if the elections and judges and everyone would have won, but it is a miracle this attack happened because now we know about the way the machines work,” Lindell said in the movie.
Bannon’s role was to question Lindell and help him explain the math behind his claims that “Trump would have won.” At times Bannon boldly redirects Lindell.
“Why are Republicans do not agree with you, like Secretary of State Raffensperger in Georgia? Bannon asked.
“I don’t know why not, I don’t know they won’t protect the country, but we will find out,” Lindell said.
The movie mostly talks about using the Dominion vote-counting machines and the vulnerabilities to the US electoral system because of those machines.
Bannon asked about the people like Chris Krebs who insisted that the election was the “safest ever,” and Lindell said, standing behind his research and the movie, “Krebs is either naive, or he is lying, there is only one truth.”
Bannon pressed Lindell on the information in the movie, “people like to cover things up.” Bannon pushed Lindell on not having enough information. We have 100 times more. We need the Supreme Court to accept this. “So, are you willing to put up more information as we get close to the court dates?” Bannon asked.
Lindell hinted he would; however, he didn’t answer directly, moving on to the next topic.
Bannon pushed Lindell to introduce the testimony of other voting machines, which were used in Dallas, that are not Dominion machines.
“I am not stopping until we do not use machines to tally votes, anywhere for anything,” Lindell said. Bannon asked if Lindell would bring in eyewitness to talk about Smartsmatic to validate the discussion about how America’s election has become like Venezuela.
“Absolutely, I have eyewitness accounts. I will put up more evidence on my site, ” Lindell said. “Yes, this is very serious to me.”
Bannon pushed more than once on Lindell about a lack of proof for Lindell’s guests’ claims in the movie make. That was a common theme in the OAN Special.
“Yes, I am willing to put up more evidence. We have evidence of many lies, including proof that the machines were hooked up to the internet. And based on the fact that the one machine we finally got to open up in Michigan, that should have been enough suspicion to look at other machines. The machines had to be online,” Lindell said.
Bannon brought up some criticism made by Trump’s opponents, with a disclaimer that the Dominion machine refutes that the machines were online. Bannon focused on a point and confirmed that Lindell had looked specifically at Allied Securities operations who did an audit.
“Are you confident that you did your due diligence on Allied?” Bannon asked. “This is one of the hearts of the case.”
“They can’t all put stuff out there because the media will twist it. 100% I check out a report, and these machines have a way of setting to hack into them. The evidence that I got on January 9th leads up to the fact that the machines lead up to an attack on our country,” Lindell said.
A viewer posted on Twitter at the time of the show:
“The big question in the county is why so many people didn’t do their job. These are matters that are going to affect people for the rest of their lives, and it is unexplainable why people did this to their own families, to their neighbors to Americans and why there are so many people who didn’t do their job,” Lindell said.
“The absolute truth will take you to the absolute proof. That is what we are trying to tell people,” Lindell said.
Keep up the good fight, Mike. You will go down in history as a hero for the American people, who never gave up the fight even when all odds were against you.
We thank you for all your dedication and hard work,
A revenge-driven, abuse-driven product, “Good Pillow,” driven by leftist virtue-signaling against Mike Lindell, is going to hit the market at some point. Still, their marketing and PR already hit social media and public consciousness, with Big Tech and Social media’s assistance.
The company’s founder, activist David Hogg says they have a waiting list for their product already, claiming over 15,000 people have signed up to be alerted for a potential pre-order of their product.
This sounds like a long way of saying there is no product yet, and no plan for a product.
Here is a forthcoming problem for dynamic duo William LeGate and David Hogg: How are people going to virtue signal that they have a Good Pillow? Virtue signaling only works when you can show it off. Are you going to sell T-shirts and bumper stickers? Hey- then you are not in the pillow business.
It is a total farce.
A total farce that is being heavily promoted and marketing on Twitter, we would guess for free:
So, the virtual company is being given a very high profile that has been thrown together in a few days by two Gen Z social media influencers/ Community Organizers. They are going to war to promote their idea of a socialist-green utopia by attacking a company with an American made product, My Pillow, who supports several high profile charities that help recovering drug addicts.
The focus of their revenge is the My Pillow company owner, who is a supporter of President Donald J. Trump, so he is being set up to be canceled by the “woke” supremacists of the left by taking over his product line.
Numerous questions were raised on social media about the wisdom of Good Pillow’s business plans.
As one person with manufacturing asked me, “Are they going to source the pillow in China? Pillows may be the last thing that is cost-effective to ship from China due to the bulkiness and cheapness of the product. Did they consider the transportation costs for shipping Pillow materials? Or outsource the sewing? Time will tell. They may not have considered all of the regulations materials have to pass through the Federal Government.”
Perhaps they were hoping for fast pass through the Government red tape?
On top of the fact that there is no product, the dynamic Duo believes themselves to be Guerilla PR celebrities; they messed up the launch with sloppiness and spelling errors, which is a massive humiliation to the left who pride themselves on spelling well.
From their business Website, even a dyslexic like myself can see the numerous errors:
According to LeGate, they are true humanitarians because they are “missions based,” which apparently they believe is justified for breaking laws:
Their mission seems to be “money laundering” to various charities of friends and social justice non-profits.
An what would an American Pillow company be without a community organizing “Manifesto”?
A “Manifesto” recall is “a public declaration of policy and aims, especially one issued before an election by a political party or candidate.”
So there may be some other FEC guidelines for them to consider, but read their political plans for yourself:
Seven days ago, they said it could not be done. Seven days ago, we joked online about just how powerful a pillow company could be. To the believers – those who dared to imagine a pillow company could be about more than just pillows – thank you for turning our wildest dreams into reality. Rest assured, Good Pillow is well underway :^)
From day one, we’ve set out to create a pillow company that is, simply put: Good. This seemingly straightforward idea stems from the mindset that everyone deserves a Good night’s sleep, coupled with the belief that we deserve to feel Good about the brands we choose to support. Good Pillow’s commitment to being a quality, ethical, and sustainable company exists at the forefront of all our business decisions large and small.
Why? To inspire a new generation of Americans to live the American Dream by giving back and supporting causes you believe in, to create a true conscious consumer movement– all while getting a Good night’s sleep.
Here’s what we mean when we say “Good”: ● Good Pillow pledges to support charitable organizations working to improve the lives of everyday Americans & people across the world. ● Good Pillow pledges to have an active dialogue with its customers regarding which causes it will allocate a percentage of profits to. ● Good Pillow pledges to be sustainably sourced and to be environmentally accountable. ● Good Pillow pledges to employ well-paid, unionized manufacturers. ● Good Pillow pledges to be Made in America.
● Good Pillow pledges to place a strong emphasis on hiring those who have traditionally struggled with seeking employment, including: veterans, refugees, people with disabilities, and people who were formerly incarcerated. ● Good Pillow pledges to fill our Board of Directors with people who actually represent America. We’ve seen companies and leaders rely on symbolic gestures as a substitute for real change. We commit to ensuring our actions demonstrate the depth of our commitment. ● Good Pillow pledges to appoint a Chief Progressive Officer to its executive team, whose sole purpose is to ensure we stay true to our vision.
We’ll be honest – this isn’t going to happen overnight, and that’s because we’re committed to doing this the right way. Though we’ve spent 1⁄3 of our lives on pillows, we can’t say we know everything about pillow manufacturing. That’s why we’re not sacrificing quality for time. We must invest in our foundation to make Good on our promises.
At present, Good Pillow is in the midst of negotiating and solidifying key details with our Board of Directors, manufacturing partners, employees, advisors, and an exciting influencer network with a combined reach of over 250 million people and counting. Before we launch, though, we must take some time to put our heads down, out of respect for the three year anniversary of the shooting in Parkland, Florida on February 14th. While we step back to honor those we lost on that horrific day, we remain fully committed to delivering on what we’ve promised. We couldn’t be more thrilled to share more important updates immediately following our blackout period.
Thank you for embarking on this journey with us to prove that we can turn Good dreams into reality 🙂
~ David & Willam
In other words, they know how to write a well thought out drama, but can the kids make a pillow and get the darn thing to market? We will find out if Gen Z learns a little something about Free Markets and Business from Woke Capitalism’s adventures.
Parkland shooting survivor (who wasn’t actually at the school when the shooting started but rode his bicycle to the school as fast as he could when he heard about it and started filming coverage of it as if he was there all along) David Hogg, who must have slept on it, now says he will be giving up his role in the new pillow company he launched to compete with conservative MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell so that he can go back to his activism. Hogg learned a valuable lesson that anyone can be an activist, but it takes business acumen, brains, and a drive to help your fellow man to build a successful pillow company.
On Saturday, the twenty-year-old Hogg took to social media to announce he has “resigned and released all shares, any ownership and any control of Good Pillow LLC” effective immediately.
A company that was started based on hatred for another man wasn’t a real business venture. We call it Trump Derangement Syndrome.
Showing that Hogg has no real business sense at all, he announced that he and his co-founder William LeGate came up with the name “Good Pillow” without checking first to make sure it wasn’t trademarked or patented. That’s when a Trump-supporting firearms patent and trademark attorney Ben Langlotz saw the tweet and scooped the snot-nosed attention-grabbing Hogg and filed for a trademark on the name Good Pillow. Langlotz later said the name was “a good brand to put on pillows with a pro-gun civil rights message.” That was probably the most valuable business lesson Hogg will ever get because it was given in the real world.
“1: A couple weeks ago, a very spontaneous interaction over Twitter between me and William LeGate led to us trying to start a progressive pillow company.”
1: A couple weeks ago, a very spontaneous interaction over Twitter between me and William LeGate led to us trying to start a progressive pillow company.
“2: The goal was and still is to create a great pillow that is sustainably produced in domestic unionized factories and have a percentage of those profits benefit progressive social causes.”
“3: We were met with immediate and overwhelming support. But I soon realized that given my activism, schoolwork, and family commitments, I could not give 100% to being a full time co-founder at Good Pillow”
3: We were met with immediate and overwhelming support. But I soon realized that given my activism, schoolwork, and family commitments, I could not give 100% to being a full time co-founder at Good Pillow
Hogg, a former Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student during the 2018 shooting massacre that took place there, said back in early February that he was going to start a new pillow company with LeGate, a tech entrepreneur, and his purpose was to rival MyPillow.
He claimed the “progressive competition” could put Lindell, who sells patented foam pillows on TV commercials, out of business.
Once Lindell stopped laughing and was able to get control of himself, he said of Hogg’s pillow fight that there is “nothing wrong with competition that does not infringe on someone’s patent.”
A week later Hogg made an announcement that he was taking some off from his position as a board member for March For Our Lives.
Hogg said he will leave it up to LeGate to fulfill their vision of building “an ethical company that produces products that people need while creating good union paying jobs and supporting social causes at the same time.” See? Hogg knows activism and not much else.
They call it the “Big Lie” for a reason. Democrats and RINO Republicans refer to anyone asserting that there was massive voter fraud in the 2020 election as the Big Lie, but the truth is the labeling of such allegations is the real Big Lie. There has been voter fraud since the days of George Washington so when the DC Swamp creatures and all their boot-licking sycophants in the Fake News media told us that it was a perfectly run election and that there was no voter fraud that was the beginning of the Big Lie. They had to do it because otherwise all their efforts to steal a presidential election would have been done for nothing. And if they allowed the Big Lie to be exposed then the Democrats would never win another election again. That’s why they got the Fake News media and the tech tyrants of social media to censor any and all information that came out about election fraud claiming it to be disinformation. All of that ends now.
There are now at least eight cases of multiple instances of alleged voter fraud that happened during the same election the Left swore was the cleanest election of our lifetime and some other recent elections as well. Cases have been brought in California, Georgia, Mississippi, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Texas.
The DuPage State Attorney’s Office and the County Clerk’s Office worked together on investigations into 32 cases of alleged election fraud. I thought there was no election fraud.
A few of those cases claim that people cast ballots illegally on behalf of other people. Other cases allege that voters declared that they had lived in the county they voted for over the legally-required time period of six months, and they lied.
Four people, including a Justice of the Peace, were arrested for 150 counts of voter fraud for ballot harvesting and unlawful possession of a ballot or ballot envelope.
Out of four people indicted by a grand jury for alleged election fraud during a special election in Paterson, NJ in May 2020 two of them were city council members.
Here’s a doozy in Georgia. Recently-elected Senator Raphael Warnock (D-GA) is being investigated for voter fraud concerning his being a board chairman of a voter registration group founded by the progressive lunatic Stacey Abrams who lost her bid in the Georgia governor’s race back in 2018 but went to on believing she was the governor anyway. Abrams was spotlighted by many in the Fake News media when she made statements against Donald Trump claiming that his refusing to conceded to Joe Biden, who 74 million Americans believe stole the 2020 election from him was anti-democratic even though to this day she has never conceded to who turned out to be a real disappointment, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp. But even on Kemp’s worst day, Abrams would be a disaster by comparison.
Fulton County, Georgia’s election board is under investigation by the Secretary of State for election “sloppiness” and problems in election management concerning how the county handled election observers. I also have to mention that Georgia’s Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger should himself be under investigation for when he conspired with the lunatic Stacey Abrams by illegally changing election law, something the Constitution only empowers state legislatures to do when he changed how ballot signature verifications were to be done. Instead of matching a ballot signature up to either a driver’s license or the voter’s original voter registration form Raffensperger allowed the Democrats in Georgia to match ballot signatures with the application to request a mail-in ballot, allegedly allowing the forger’s two signatures to be compared instead of the real voter. But Raffensperger came out against Donald Trump so he’ll be fine. What a world we live in.
Former Congressman Michael Myers (D-PA) was charged back in July with a scam operation he used to stuff ballot boxes every year from 2014 through 2016 for primary elections. Meyers bribed a former Judge of Elections for the 39th Ward, 36th Division, Domenick J. Demuro, of course, a Democrat, who pleaded guilty in a federal court in Philadelphia to adding fraudulent votes to voting machines. I thought Democrats told us it was impossible to rig voting machines. Note to Self: Call Dominion.
A runoff election was ordered by a Mississippi judge after more than three-quarters of absentee ballots were deemed invalid in a previous runoff election in June 2020 with a notary being arrested according to The Epoch Times.
And there are two more election fraud investigations in northern California where the mayor of a city resigned last week after pleading guilty to election fraud charges. Alex Campbell, the Crescent City Mayor Pro Tem plead guilty to making a false declaration of candidacy in Del Norte County Superior Court, as reported by local news outlet Wild Rivers Outpost.
If you’re still not convinced that there was election fraud during the 2020 election I recommend you watch MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell’s movie “Absolute Proof” where he proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that there was massive election fraud against Donald Trump and it involved many foreign countries including China. Watch the full-length video here for free.