Progressive Gun Control Activist Seeks to Create MyPillow Competitor
Just when you thought he disappeared his name pops back up like an actor who does something outlandish just to make headlines again.
20-year-old Parkland school shooting survivor and progressive gun control activist, David Hogg, announced on Twitter this week that he’ll be trying his hand as an entrepreneur. He and software developer William LeGate plan on starting a pillow company to rival Mike Lindell’s MyPillow.
Hogg said that he and LeGate “are going to prove liberals can run a better Business with higher quality products, better pay for our unionized workers, creating US based Union jobs all while helping the world at the same time.”
The comedy doesn’t end there.
Hogg was featured in a CNN interview with anchor Alisyn Camerota discussing his idea for the company but said that they still haven’t secured a name for it at this time. While Hogg was explaining the for-profit nature of the business, Camerota chimed in with a smirk on her face, “let’s be honest, it’s to put MyPillow Mike Lindell out of business, but we’ll talk about that at a later time.”
LeGate said, “I don't know about you guys, but I like pillow companies that don't fund insurrections against the U.S. government." He also bragged that they were the top trending search on Twitter, "and we didn't even have to overthrow democracy to do it."
Hogg stated their goal is to sell $1 million worth of the pillows within the first year. He also said, "Mike isn't going to know what hit him, this pillow fight is just getting started."