Bed Bath & Beyond, Kohl’s and Wayfair Pull MyPillow Products from Shelves, CEO Says

by Thomas Catenacci


Bed Bath & Beyond, Kohl’s and Wayfair have all stopped selling MyPillow products after the company’s CEO continued alleging mass voter fraud occurred during the presidential election.

Bed Bath & Beyond and Kohl’s called MyPillow CEO and Founder Mike Lindell this week informing them of their decision, he told Right Side Broadcasting Network (RSBN) in an interview Monday. Wayfair and grocery store chain HEB also dropped MyPillow products, Lindell told St. Paul, Minnesota Fox affiliate KMSP-TV Tuesday.

“I just got off the phone with Bed Bath & Beyond,” Lindell told RSBN. “They’re dropping MyPillow. Just got off the phone not five minutes ago. Kohl’s, all these different places.”

“These guys don’t understand, they’re scared, like a Bed Bath & Beyond, they’re scared,” he continued. “They were good partners. In fact, I told them, ‘You guys come back anytime you want.’”

Lindell blamed Sleeping Giants, a progressive activist group that specializes in pressuring corporations to stop advertising on conservative networks. He called the organization “the most evil people on the planet” during the RSBN interview.

“This is the evil left, Lindell said. “This is the evil crazy left, deep state or whatever it is.”

Sleeping Giants celebrated the companies who dropped MyPillow in a series of tweets Tuesday.

Since November, Lindell has pushed several claims of voter fraud, alleging that the election was stolen from President Donald Trump, according to Business Insider. Dominion Voting Systems, the technology company that made voting machines used widely in the 2020 election, said it would sue Lindell for his “false and conspiratorial” claims.

Lindell was photographed outside the White House on Friday before meeting with Trump, The New York Times reported.

Bed Bath & Beyond, Kohl’s, Wayfair and HEB didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment.

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Thomas Catenacci is a reporter for the Daily Caller News Foundation.
Photo “Mike Lindell” by Mike Lindell. 








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8 Thoughts to “Bed Bath & Beyond, Kohl’s and Wayfair Pull MyPillow Products from Shelves, CEO Says”

  1. Deplorable Bay Stater

    Boycotting a few retailers is a start, but only a start. Things won’t improve until the Lame Stream media (aka Fake News) is forced to change their ways and at least pretend to be neutral conveyors of news rather than propaganda organs for the left. And the only way to make them change is to hit them where it hurts, in their advertising revenue. We need an organized program that essentially does the same thing as Sleeping Giants is doing, but targeting companies that advertise on ABC, CBS, NBC, etc. When they start losing enough advertising revenue to hurt their bottom line, they will put greed ahead of ideology. As the saying goes, “Lead them by the balls, and their hearts and minds will follow”

  2. Noxville

    As soon as I heard about Mr. Lindell’s company being dumped by several large retailers, I sold all my BB&B stock and ordered some pillows directly from the My Pillow website. But this article points to the Sleeping Giants organization as the “encourager” to get these companies to toe the liberal line, or else face a PR onslaught in social media space. Like individuals, a company can be unjustly and significantly harmed by false claims.

    The Legal Insurrection website writes about Sleeping Giants: “The group Sleeping Giants is similar to Media Matters. It started in 2016 when it demanded companies remove advertisements from Breitbart, but quickly slithered its way around to eliminate other conservative voices. They don’t call out hypocrisy or double standards. They want to *litrally* [sic] censor and shut down conservatives.”

    Conservatives can punish companies, and some companies deserve that because of their own internal actions. But, not all companies deserve that treatment. A solution might be for conservatives to set up an equal and opposite shop to Sleeping Giants (e.g., Wide Awake MAGA) to counter the leftists who want to cancel and destroy everything that doesn’t swear fealty to their every whim.

  3. Susan E Gingrich

    It is way past time that Christian, conservatives collectively harness the power of the purse and only support corporations & businesses treating them fairly. Too much greed & foreign influence trying to control the lives of Americans.

  4. Michael

    I just called San Antonio HEB Corporate and spoke with Evi in Customer Relations. She emphatically told me that no such decision was made. And that their shelves are stocked with “My Pillow” products. And that they have no intention to pull My Pillow products. I asked her why many news sources are reporting differently. She doesn’t know where they are getting their info. Can you confirm?

  5. jamesb

    no wonder these companies are struggling with management like this

    boycott the jerks

  6. Habu

    Censure in action. Time to boycott the stores.
    Positively disgusting.

  7. Ms Independent

    Do not shop at these retailers! Stop cancel culture! Let your voice be heard. Send them emails and call them!

  8. Ms Independent

    Thank you for the list of retailers where I will no longer stop. This cancel culture will cost them! Kohls is selling BLM shirts! Kohls has hit rock bottom in retail!