My Pillow Guy Being Cancelled for Backing Our President, Fight Back!

This is sick….

Because Mike Lindell, the My Pillow Guy, a strong Christian has supported the President, the Left, the Cancel Culture, is trying to destroy his business.

From the Seattle Times:

My Pillow CEO says Bed Bath & Beyond, Kohl’s, Wayfair are dropping his products

 

WASHINGTON – My Pillow chief executive Mike Lindell – an avid President Donald Trump backer who has repeatedly pressed debunked claims the 2020 election was rigged – said Kohl’s, Bed Bath & Beyond, Wayfair and other retailers are dropping his products.

There is more, but don’t bother even reading it.

See Right Side Broadcasting Network’s interview with Lindell, here at Youtube (while it lasts).

 

My Pillow is under attack by cancel culture. The bots are busy getting My Pillow removed from retailers nationwide.

Go to http://mypillow.com and use offer code “RSBN” to support both My Pillow and RSBN- plus save up to 66%! We will NEVER surrender to cancel culture!

Oh, and add Wayfair, Kohl’s, and Bed, Bath & Beyond to your list of companies you will no longer patronize as you peacefully protest with your wallet.

I am heading right over now to shop at My Pillow.com.  We got a great dog bed there a few months ago!

This post is filed in my new ‘Fight Back’ category.  The peaceniks of the Left are trying to cancel the word “fight” if you haven’t heard!

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18 thoughts on “My Pillow Guy Being Cancelled for Backing Our President, Fight Back!

  1. Message to MIKE…..so what? I buy directly from you….from the excellent pillows, towels, dog bed, and mattress topper….all as advertised.
    I quit buying at those stores a long time ago…everything I picked up had made in China on it.

    And, you stood with Trump when everyone else turned on him.
    Fear not….as long as you are selling…we will be buying.
    Stay strong.

  2. Cancel culture is out of control and unlikely to slow down in the coming months. It’s time to fight back and let stores like Bed, Bath & Beyond and Kohl’s know that bowing to threats from hate groups is not going to go well for them. Here’s my suggestion for a “reverse boycott”:
    Go into one of these stores and fill a cart (or two) to overflowing with expensive products. Proceed to checkout and let the fun begin. Hopefully it will take a lloonngg time and a very long line will assemble behind you. When the clerk is finished and asks for payment say, in a very loud voice, “This is what I would have bought if this company had stood firmly against the tyranny of cancel culture and had not dropped My Pillow products. Goodbye.” Have fun, Patriots!

    1. Your comment is not clear. So, you support those stores’ actions? And, critical only because they didn’t do it earlier?

  3. I have a thought:

    Go to My Pillow and buy as many pillows as you can, and have them shipped to your local homeless shelter.

    Support Mr. Lindell’s company, (which employs AMERICANS) and help the local homeless.

  4. Very good. I called and cancelled my kohls card and informed them the reason is my pillow:

  5. I just sent an email to Wayfair to STOP their emails as I will not buy another thing from them until they reverse their stand. And trust me they will miss me……

    1. Great! Today I put a Bed, Bath and Beyond sale flyer in an envelope and am mailing it back to them to tell them to take me off their list, and I told them why.

  6. Bye bye Bed, Bath and Beyond

    Bye bye Wayfair
    Bye bye Kohls

    I am done with them until they apologize to Mike the pillow man and start selling his products.

    ❤️
    Nancy

    1. I looked into this and it turns out there a lot more stores that will loose my business now. I called and cancelled a $1600 order from Wayfair. I will never buy from them again. Then I researched who else do these companies own. Surprised to find out that now Harris Teeter will loose my business because they are owned by Kroger, another company blocking his sales. Good bye One Kings Lane, Joss and Main, AllModern, Birch Lane, Perigold and Kohls. That’s my list so far and there seems to be more I won’t buy from than will buy from and I am sure it will grow. My money will not go to companies who participate in cancel culture that impacts free speech.

      1. Thanks for all that great information! Do you happen to have a link for a published story that lists some of this more expanded list?

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