King, who spends an indordinate amount of time on Twitter, playing to an audience of woke teenagers and unhinged, angry, middle-aged women, took to Twitter yesterday to mock Elon Musk, the richest man in the world who recently purchased the woke social media platform.
“Pretty soon the only advertiser left on Twitter will be My Pillow,” King wrote, in an attempt to criticize Musk after several woke advertisers pulled their ads from Twitter over Musk’s decision to make the platform more free speech friendly.
Pretty soon the only advertiser left on Twitter will be My Pillow.
— Stephen King (@StephenKing) November 22, 2022
The fearless Elon Musk responded, “Oh hi lol,” as a way to let King know he saw his childish statement. Then, Musk pulled the ultimate troll move and asked King, “Is My Pillow actually a great pillow? Now I’m curious,” as he seemed to be giving Mike Lindell’s My Pillow a free plug on his platform.
Is My Pillow actually a great pillow? Now I’m curious.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 23, 2022
Musk’s comment will no doubt infuriate King and his far-left followers, but even more importantly, it may cause a lot of people to think about trying out a My Pillow pillow for themselves. It may also make Mike Lindell consider boosting his advertising dollars on Twitter, causing Stephen King to see his ads every time he goes to his favorite social media platform.
It’s quite ironic that Stephen King would point to My Pillow as being the only advertiser left on Twitter considering how hard he and his cabal of leftist thugs have worked to destroy Mike Lindell’s American My Pillow company. Multiple big box stores pulled My Pillow products from their shelves when Mike Lindell began exploring the possiblity of widespread machine voter fraud in America, including Walmart, Kohl’s, Kroger, Beth Bath & Beyond and Wayfair, to name a few.
In January 2021, Bed Bath & Beyond dropped MyPillow products from their stores.
Bed Bath & Beyond has now officially DROPPED MyPillow! Thank you to everyone who stepped up and help amplify our message and thank you to @BedBathBeyond for siding with democracy. https://t.co/otp3dH7r7c
— MeidasTouch (@MeidasTouch) January 19, 2021
In response, many conservatives boycotted Bed, Bath & Beyond — and bought their bedding from MyPillow.com using promo code FEDUP directly instead (100 Percent Fed Up benefits when you use that code).
Now, this: Suppliers to Bed, Bath & Beyond are worried Bed, Bath & Beyond won’t pay them back.
Take Dbest Products Inc., which has been selling its rolling carts to Bed Bath & Beyond for more than a decade. In early September, the company, for the first time, asked Bed Bath & Beyond to pay upfront for its products. “We requested to alter our payment terms to payment in advance, and they said no — politely,” Dbest Products Chief Executive Officer Richard Elden said. He says he previously sold around “six figures” worth of wholesale products to Bed Bath & Beyond annually…
Similarly, Lauren Greenwood, president of kitchen storage and organization company YouCopia, said she recently stopped shipping her merchandise to Bed Bath & Beyond after more than 10 years. “There is considerable financial risk,” Greenwood said. “We’re wishing them well. We’ll see if that means getting back into stores — or waiting from the sidelines to see if they can pull it off.”
The head of a company that had supplied $15 million to $20 million of wholesale merchandise to Bed Bath & Beyond annually in recent years said he had stopped shipping his products to the retailer in August. He asked not to be named to avoid jeopardizing his relationship with the company. The supplier said Bed Bath & Beyond hasn’t agreed to provide him with an additional financial guarantee he requested, called a letter of credit.
Bed, Bath & Beyond could have worked with MyPillow – but canceled them instead.