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MyPillow products being dropped by Kohl’s and Bed Bath & Beyond

MyPillow products being dropped by Kohl’s and Bed Bath & Beyond

My Pillow CEO and founder Mike Lindell said his company’s products are being dropped by retailers Kohl’s and Bed Bath & Beyond. Lindell was photographed at the White House on January 15th holding documents that reportedly contained notes about election-related conspiracy theories. He said in an interview with RSBN News that ’two companies dropped’ his bedding products.

Doug 2 months

Eventually, the Dems will be held accountable for their communist ways and the purges will end. In the meantime, conservatives need to set the GOP straight.

Que Pasta
Que Pasta 2 months

Meanwhile they sell Chinese products, some of which were made by exploited laborers and by companies that pollute rampantly. Way to virtue signal and be woke, good job!

Rocket 2 months

Wow, a "shocker!" Two more "woke" 💩💩 retailers using their whin' 'cancel cultu'e' strategy because someone publicly pointed out WIDESPREAD ELECTION FRAUD took place during the last Presidential Election?! Just more reasons NOT to shop at either of those FAILING businesses. 😉

6Million$Mansplainer 2 months

Always hated Kohls, never shopped at BBB. Two more garbage companies that will lose customers.

Tomas 2 months

I don't think he cares. The guy has already shifted a bunch of his production away from mypillow and onto other things from what I understand.

robby 2 months

Guess I am not shopping at Kohls or Bed Bath Beyond anymore

Delterra 2 months

It's almost like people can judge you for your insane belief systems, and are worried about their morals and being on the right side of history 🤣🤣 *Spell check Thx eclipse😜

D 2 months

They both have gone downhill.

Glen 2 months

Doesn't pay to have an opinion anymore. Communism. I for one will never shop at these liberial institutions anymore.

steve 2 months

The sanctimonious MAGA movement. All about free enterprise. Free trade. Unobstructed commerce. Until that is, a private company, not a public utility, decides not to carry a brand (ie Trump or My Pillow) they support, then its straight to socialism. This cannot stand they cry. This is discrimination! Bakers refusing to bake a wedding cake for a gay couple is an exercise in freedom of religious expression. Kohls refusing to carry My Pillow is somehow socialism. Demos and Republicans. Different sides. Same coin.

Slevin Kelevra
Slevin Kelevra 2 months

I always support the right of companies to run their business as they see fit. I hope Kohls and BBB likewise support my decision to spend my money somewhere less into activism. Anybody want a stack of 20% off coupons?

Johnny 2 months

People acting like this is cancel culture are delusional. He’s the face of his company and his antics are clearly bad for anyone in business with him. This is the free market you guys love, stop whining.

AmenRaAket 2 months the over throw of one democracy, and some people won’t hang out with you, ?who know.

Patti 2 months

I approve this removal of the My Pillow Guy. We have 2 ways to make change as individuals and that’s by our vote and our buying power.

JoeSchmo 2 months

Amusing Reading all the snarky comments posted by people taking a dump from their made by slave labor smartphones

Tim 2 months

Also being dropped by these stores: thousands of jobs.

Que Pasta
Que Pasta 2 months

No worries, remember that not all of your customers and share holders are wokists😉

tim 2 months

I have two My pillows and there purity good.

Randy 2 months

That's fine. I don't need those stores.

Daniel 2 months

If only people cared about slave labor the way they care about this.

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