David Hogg, anti-gun hero of the Left taking “leave of absence” from “March For Our Lives.” The new mission is a pillow fight!

February 12, 2021 By The Crusader

David Hogg (age 20) is an author, activist, and survivor of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Florida in 2018. Hogg has become a prominent voice in the national dialogue on gun control and is a main organizer of the March For Our Lives Movement. March For Our Lives was the third largest demonstration in American history, and apart from inspiring a wave of youth-led protests, Hogg and his other co-founders were responsible for registering over 800,000 new voters during the movement. He is the co-author of #NeverAgain: A New Generation Draws the Line and is studying at Harvard University.
~ Eagleton Institute of Politics, Rutgers University

The Truth About Guns reports…

David Hogg, the ostensible cofounder of March For Our Lives, an anti-gun organization formed after the Parkland school shooting, has announced that he will “step back and take a leave of absence” from the organization. His departure comes after disputes with other board members over the use of his fame to launch an unrelated business.

“…[S]ome of my recent actions have undermined my peers within the movement.” Hogg said in a Twitter post. “To my fellow organizers and those I love most, I want to express my deepest apologies.”

Translation: The “dispute” was the fact that Hogg was concentrating on “another” mission that involved a “left-leaning” entrepreneur who apparently convinced him to use his notoriety in a pillow manufacturing venture to compete with Mike Lindell’s “My Pillow.”

After a public argument with the conservative founder of the My Pillow company, Mike Lindell, Hogg announced his intention to start a competing pillow company apparently to get back at the conservative Lindell. He claimed that his company, backed by a wealthy left-leaning tech entrepreneur, could drive Lindell out of business.

When asked about the challenge, Lindell told Axios, “Good for them. … Nothing wrong with competition that does not infringe on someone’s patent.”

A review of Hogg’s Twitter account shows that he’s been posting heavily about the launch of his company, Good Pillow. Hogg says the idea for the company started as a joke, like Dogecoin, but that he’s now very serious about the idea of starting the company.

Looks like “REAL LIFE” may be a more important learning experience than his sojourn at Harvard. After all, the pillow company is NOT REALLY David Hogg’s company … it’s built on some cash from from William LeGate, 26 year-old CEO of Blockchain, but they’ll have to scrape up some cash from other investors because LeGate’s $100,000 of his own money doesn’t buy much of an organization to produce anything – he even ridiculously posted on his Instagram account, “Sorry, we are not looking for investors…will be funded 100% by yours truly.”

Good luck with the $100 grand friend – you sure your market might be better targeted for “throw pillows” in Barbie and Ken’s Dream House?