What are they so afraid of?
And what exactly has Mike Lindell done that is so wrong?
The answer, of course, is nothing.
Nothing other than support the RIGHTFUL President (Trump) and support our First Amendment rights to free speech.
You know, the kind of thing that until a few years ago would have been honored and praised in America.
Today Costco officially “cancelled” Mike Lindell and MyPillow:
— The Hill (@thehill) April 13, 2021
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell says Costco has pulled his products. It's the second-largest retailer to cut ties with him. https://t.co/gDOPjekNcN
— Joyce B….Congratulations Joe & Kamala! (@ZoeyHatesTrump) April 13, 2021
Here’s what the NY Post had to say about the cancellation:
Costco became the latest retailer to drop My Pillow’s products — and CEO Mike Lindell blamed “cancel culture” for the move.
The wholesale chain is among more than 20 companies that have cut ties with My Pillow following his allegations that the 2020 presidential election was stolen from ex-President Donald Trump.
Costco did not give a specific reason when it told Lindell that it would discontinue his merchandise after selling through the inventory it had left, he told The Post Tuesday. The Minnesota-based bedding maker’s products have also disappeared from Costco’s website.
“Costco basically did a slow cancellation, slower than the other stores,” Lindell said in a phone interview.
Costco did not give a specific reason when it told Lindell that it would discontinue his merchandise.
The decision will cost My Pillow between $4 million and $10 million in annual sales, according to Lindell.
Lindell is facing a $1.3 billion lawsuit from Dominion Voting Systems.
It will also affect some 40 salespeople who would travel to Costco stores to hawk the company’s products, he said. Lindell said he has offered those staffers other jobs at My Pillow, though “we did have to lay some off.”
Lindell said Costco did not explain the move, but he thinks it was related to what he calls the “cancel culture” that influenced other companies.
Some retailers such as Bed Bath & Beyond, however, have cited declining sales in explaining why they dropped My Pillow products.
Costco “said they were going to discontinue us but they were going to honor their contract, which I’m not sure what that means,” Lindell said.
Costco declined to comment Tuesday. The Washington state-based company previously told Newsweek that it planned to keep selling Lindell’s products because of “contractual commitments to MyPillow that we intend to honor, as we seek to do with all of our suppliers.”
I saw #BoycottCostco trending online but I have a better idea….
Forget about Costco, let’s focus on supporting Mike!
This man is almost single-handedly saving our First Amendment Free Speech rights, and there is a reason they put that #1 on the list of the Bill of Rights.
Without that, all else falls.
It’s why in the book 1984, they started by attacking speech and changing speech.
Down the memory hole! And NewSpeak!
Well, I support Mike 1000% for his dedication to freedom, and instead of boycotting Costco let’s just focus on keeping Mike in business!
Did you see the part I bolded above from the article?
Mike will lose an estimated $4-10 million PER YEAR from the Costco cancellation.
So let’s step up to the plate and help him out….
And here is an incredible idea I want to pass along…
I know some of you already have enough pillows or sheet or towels, so let’s make this a WIN-WIN, shall we?
Homeless shelters are ALWAYS in need to brand new (1) pillows and (2) towels and (3) twin bed sheets.
If God has blessed you to already have enough, consider buying new pillows, towels or twin bed sheets and then donating them to your local homeless shelter!
I am going to personally do that myself tonight.
I think there are enough patriots out there that we can make a difference in our communities all across the country.
Let’s do this!
Will you join me? 😊
Please comment below if you love this idea and are going to join in!