Retailers Drop Mike Lindell and My Pillow for Daring to Say There Was Fraud in the Election - Granite Grok

Retailers Drop Mike Lindell and My Pillow for Daring to Say There Was Fraud in the Election

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Mike Lindell, the founder and CEO of My Pillow is a Yuge Trump supporter. He’s also spent some social capital on the idea that the November 2020 elections were a bit hinky. The word fraud may have been used. In response, a growing list of retailers will no longer carry My Pillow Products.

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Lindell, who has pushed claims of voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election, said Monday several stores have told him they’d stop selling his products including Kohl’s, Bed Bath & Beyond, Wayfair and Texas supermarket chain H-E-B.

People have flocked to social media to put pressure on stores carrying MyPillow to drop the brand.

JC Penny has also announced that they are dropping the brand. According to USA Today, Macy’s has not said as much, but they are out of stock, and the product (may not be available again).

The Left (beginning with AOC) tried that with GOYA Foods and look at what happened.

“We still have to chat with AOC; I love her,” Unanue continued. “She was actually our Employee of the Month; I don’t know if you know about this, but when she boycotted us, our sales actually increased 1,000%.

That would look great here as well.

I own a few ‘My Pillows.’ I like them. I hear good things about their sheet sets and mattress toppers.  Maybe you are in the market for one of those things. If so, check out My Get on their email list, and they will send you discount offers. Get some good stuff and save a few bucks.

And maybe stop shopping at Kohls, Bed-Bath & Beyond, Wayfair, Penny’s, or Macy’s (if you do or ever did). Give them the Gillette Treatment.

Decisions do have consequences and we need to stand by each other or They’ll pick us off one by one. Lindell is a big supporter of Conservative and Christian values. Both vocally and financially. And hey, he’s right. There was fraud.