Fellow “March for Our Lives” founder Cameron Kasky reacted to David Hogg’s launch of a pillow company as “embarrassing.”
The Daily Mail reports that Hogg launched the pillow company as “a ‘progressive’ rival to right-winger Mike Lindell’s MyPillow.”
Hogg said, “Mike isn’t going to know what hit him — this pillow fight is just getting started.”
Kasky responded to the launch by tweeting:
To those of you who marched, donated, lobbied, and called for change… I’m so sorry this is what it turned into. This is embarrassing.
— Cam (@cameron_kasky) February 10, 2021
Kasky also noted, “To those of you claiming I’m ‘jealous’ about the pillow grift, I was actually offered free shares as soon as I started tweeting about it. I just declined because while I’m kind of a grifter, I’m not that much of a grifter.”
The Daily Mail suggested Kasky was not alone in criticizing Hogg’s move, noting he “faced criticism…from other gun control advocates.”
Hogg responded to the criticism by tweeting:
To all those questioning my intentions sincerely fuck off I refuse to feel guilty about wanting to help people and feed myself and pay for therapy.
You may not agree with how I do it- but ultimately I know what my intentions are – to help people.
I’ll prove it.
— David Hogg (@davidhogg111) February 10, 2021
Mike Lindell responded to Hogg’s announcement by indicating he welcomes the competition.
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