Remember last summer when a bunch of progressive organizations got together to start the “Stop Hate for Profit” campaign targeting Facebook for allegedly allowing hate speech? As we reported at the time, CNN decided it was news to list some of the bigger companies that hadn’t pulled their advertising from Facebook … yet.
These are the big brands that haven't pulled ads from Facebook yet https://t.co/Nh9BQwX0nO
— CNN (@CNN) July 1, 2020
Progressives are certainly welcome to not buy MyPillow products because of Mike Lindell’s friendship with President Trump and his comments about election fraud, but Newsweek seems to be giving a helping hand to those who want to pressure stores from carrying MyPillow products.
MyPillow products are still being sold by these companies https://t.co/wM1QB78Ea8
— Newsweek (@Newsweek) January 25, 2021
I'm sorry this is happening to you, supposedly unbiased news outlet.
— Social Distance Champion (@realchrishynes) January 25, 2021
Thanks I plan on buying some
— 🔥 Bean 🔥 (@BeanFromPA) January 25, 2021
Well aren't you just precious.
— Denny Chad Halen (@DennyLoggins) January 25, 2021
So according to the article, a few stores have pulled it because 60k people signed a petition. Just catering to the .01% again I see.
— Tyler D (@tyler_d34) January 25, 2021
— Milsurp Mike YouTube Channel (@MilsurpMichael) January 25, 2021
“They’re private companies, bro, they can do what they want.”
— Freckled Liberty 🔥 (@FreckledLiberty) January 25, 2021
Awesome! Thanks for letting me know! I need a new pillow.
— Auntie Sam (@auntiesam_2) January 25, 2021
Good; I’ll need a replacement for my current MyPillow soon. Mine’s going on about four years old, now.
Thanks for the info, Newsweek!
— Exhausted 🍷 Merchant (@RaySchneid) January 25, 2021
Thanks for letting us know where we can still buy them! ❤️
— longhawl (@longhawl) January 25, 2021
Great product, everyone in my family has one (even the dog, they make dog beds too and she loves it!)
— Princess Sparkle Krogan (@NiftuCal) January 25, 2021
Thanks for letting me know where I can buy them so that hundreds of people aren't out of a job.
— Veterans for Liberty (@Vets4AP) January 25, 2021
Since when is Newsweek creating hit lists.
— father_of_6 (@dadman_6) January 25, 2021
Since now. Trump may be gone, but there’s a whole new list to take his place: Mike Lindell, Ted Cruz, Josh Hawley, etc.
Well I guess it’s time for me to buy new pillows. Thanks for the handy list of where to acquire this fine American made product.
— Wayne Pflasterer II (@wpflasterer) January 25, 2021
Thanks, now I know where to buy!
— DannyJ🇺🇸 (@GreyHouseDan) January 25, 2021
Thanks for the list. I was having trouble finding where I could order some. Your excellent journalism has given me just the information I needed.
— ddp (@ddp325) January 25, 2021
Good to know. Bye Amazon and Costco.
— Maria Rozman (@MariaRozman) January 25, 2021
Good, thanks for the list of retailers that get to keep my business.
— Alice (@Tarynitup2323) January 25, 2021
I'll put them on my preferred list. Thanks for the tip.
— Nick (@nickyforthcause) January 25, 2021
Bought 2 yesterday. Didn’t need them just bought them
— Rick Painter🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 (@RickPainter) January 25, 2021
I applaud these courageous companies. We need so many more people with principles in this country.
— J (@Kvos77) January 25, 2021
So then, this is a list of companies to patronize because, they won't be bullied?
— Mike (@libertyPickles) January 25, 2021
By all means, let's cancel them all. I'm sure the company's employees can find other jobs, right next to unemployed pipeline workers.
— NickD_58 (@nickdipalo) January 25, 2021
Wouldn't it be more effective to make list of people who purchase said pillow? Then you can really shame people you don't like and make a whole class of folks feel virtuous.
— sixfoot (@jsixfoot) January 25, 2021
That’s a good idea … the Left is really into lists.
CNN lists some of the big brands that haven’t committed to boycotting Facebook … yet https://t.co/UP8VQgr7LD
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) July 1, 2020