LOL: David Hogg Is Starting A Pillow Brand to Compete With Pro-Trump Mike Lindell

Written with contribution from Sheriff David Clarke

So David Hogg is in the news again, as he tries his hand at yet another pathetic attempt to relive the fifteen minutes of fame he once enjoyed as a teenage anti-gun activist whose high school was the target of a horrific mass shooting caused by Obama’s Department of Education’s soft plan on “reimagining” school discipline. It prohibited the shooter from being removed from the school for repeated disruptive behavior or police making an arrest. But I digress.

This time around, he’s bragging about an endeavor to compete with the MyPillow brand run by adamantly pro-Trump Mike Lindell who has been one of the most vocal public figures perpetuating allegations that the 2020 election was rigged, particularly by Dominion Voting Systems’ machines.

Lindell and his MyPillow brand have both been banished from Twitter in the days following the inauguration of President Joe Biden, so Hogg is now apparently gearing up to combat the First Amendment rather than the Second as Lindell’s only offense is speech.

On Wednesday, the former Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School student, turned cause celebre of Michael Bloomberg’s war against the Second Amendment, announced on his Twitter account, which is the only place he’s still relevant, that he was teaming up with software designer William LeGate for the venture.

Bragging that his progressive pillow would be “union made” in the U.S., he revealed that there is basically nothing else he can yet reveal about the project because of, like, legal stuff he has to do first:


Who wants to bet this is never going to get off the ground?

Lindell responded in a manner so classy that it only made Hogg all the more foolish for floating his “pillow fight” and yes—that’s actually what he called it.

“Good for them. Nothing wrong with competition that does not infringe on someone’s patent,” Lindell said, according to Disrn.

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