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
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.”