We just discovered another reason to buy one of those ‘My Pillow’ pillows advertised on TV all the time. As annoying as the commercials might be, the CEO is a great guy who has a fantastic rags to riches story. He’s also a very big supporter of President Trump. He’s a stand-up guy who has refused to boycott Laura Ingraham’s show…


At least one major advertiser is sticking with “The Ingraham Angle.”

Mike Lindell, the founder and CEO of My Pillow, tweeted Monday that he has no intention of pulling his company’s advertising from embattled host Laura Ingraham’s show.

“I did not take my advertising down from @IngrahamAngle and @FoxNews, nor do I intend to. @seanhannity,” tweeted Lindell.

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The announcement comes as multiple sponsors have pulled their advertising from Ingraham’s show at the behest of Parkland survivor David Hogg, who seemingly wants her to lose her show over a tweet.

Daily Caller reports:

Lindell famously created My Pillow after a dream he had in 2004. At the time, he was broke and addicted to crack cocaine. Since then, he’s built the company into a multi-million dollar empire fueled in no small part by infomercials and television advertising.

He was also an early supporter of then-candidate Trump, and has made a business practice of using suppliers based in the United States.

“And I’m very proud that every part, even the cotton is grown in the USA,” Lindell told President Trump and a group of business leaders last July when they visited the White House.

“I actually bought a couple of pillows and they’re very good,” Trump said back in July.


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