Mike Lindell is an amazing patriot!
Scratch that: just a great human being.
Whenever tragedy strikes, hopefully we all do whatever we can.
Sometimes that means donating out time, sometimes it means donating our money (although I am very suspect of many of these “charitable” organizations) and sometimes you donate what you do best.
For Mike, that means donating 10,000 pillows!
Take a look:
JUST IN: Mike Lindell and MyPillow will be donating over 10,000 pillows to the tornado victims in Kentucky. They will be passed out on Christmas Eve.
— RSBN 🇺🇸 (@RSBNetwork) December 17, 2021
Mike Lindell is sending thousands of pillows to the families devastated by tornados in Kentucky. ❤️
— Jenna Ellis (@JennaEllisEsq) December 17, 2021
Have you ever been in a tragedy?
Ever had everything wiped out and take away from you?
Sometimes you are so emotionally, mentally and physically drained that all you can do is lay your head down and rest.
And when your house (and bed) have been wiped out, you can’t even do that.
So God bless Mike for stepping in and doing his part!
God bless Mike Lindell
— kevin lee (@gt500kr117) December 17, 2021
NOW THAT’S A GREAT MAN pic.twitter.com/e7GBLP6d8F
— John Favero (@JohnFavere) December 17, 2021
Here’s more, from the Conservative Business Journal:
Today, I received this tremendous news from a MyPillow rep via email…
“I just wanted to let you that Mike and MyPillow will be donating over 10,000 pillows to the tornado victims in Kentucky. They will be passed out on Christmas Eve.”
For those of us that know Mike and the MyPillow team, this is not a huge surprise. Why? Because they are givers who absolutely love people.
My wife, Christie, and I were invited by some friends to spend the day with Mike and his MyPillow team plus we had the opportunity to tour his company.
We literally spent over 8 hours with them, and I can tell you that they are some of the most generous, faith-filled people on Earth. They are constantly doing things behind the scenes to change lives without any expectation of recognition.
The people in Mayfield, Kentucky and surrounding areas are going through the absolute worst time of their lives. Just a little bit of kindness from their fellow Americans like Mike and his MyPillow Team goes a long way when they’ve lost everything.
Thank you Mike and the MyPillow team for everything that you do to support our great nation!
And from the Post Millenial:
Following the devastating tornados that ripped through a multitude of states last week, the CEO and founder of MyPillow, Mike Lindell, announced that he would be donating over 10,000 pillows to those in Kentucky.
“Mike Lindell and MyPillow.com will be donating over 10,000 MyPillows to the tornado victims in Kentucky. They will be distributed on Christmas Eve,” according to Human Events editor Jack Posobiec.
On December 10, over 30 30 tornadoes were reported to have ripped through Arkansas, Illinois, Kentucky, Missouri, Mississippi and Tennessee.
Kentucky saw a historic tornado which traveled more than 220 miles through the state, with 75 people being reported dead so far as the state processes through the rubble.
The number of tornadoes that touched down in less than 24 hours was a historic level of activity, with the number coming close to the average amount of tornadoes experienced in the US during a whole year. In the previous year, there were only 18 tornadoes in total compared to 66 in 2018.