David Hogg Officially Has Enough, Gets Torched After Quitting ‘Very Real’ Pillow Fight With MyPillow

David Hogg’s pillow salesman endeavors have ended, according to The Blaze.

Hogg embarked on a new business venture to end MyPillow founder Mike Lindell.

In February, David Hogg stated, “Mike isn’t going to know what hit him, this pillow fight is just getting started.”

Hogg declares that he has “resigned and released all shares, any ownership and any control of Good Pillow LLC.”

Hogg’s intention was “to prove that progressives can make a better pillow, run a better business and help make the world a better place while doing it.”

“I soon realized that given my activism, schoolwork, and family commitments, I could not give 100% to being a full time co-founder at Good Pillow.”

“The goal was and still is to create a great pillow that is sustainably produced in domestic unionized factories and have a percentage of those profits benefit progressive social causes.”

“After many discussions with William and my friends, family and mentors, I made the good faith decision to allow William to bring our vision to life without me,” Hogg stated.

“That vision remains an ethical company that produces products that people need while creating good union paying jobs and supporting social causes at the same time.”

“I want to thank Will for his partnership and wish him absolutely nothing but success with the future of Good Pillow.”

“The reasons for my departure rest entirely with me and my own personal commitments and I truly wish Will nothing but the best.”

“Over the next several months, I will be taking some time to focus on my studies in college and advance the gun violence prevention movement with March For Our Lives and personally.”

“While now may not be the best time for me, I do deeply believe it is incumbent on our country’s businesses to do no harm and empower the communities in which they serve.”

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“I get it. Activism is a way easier grift than starting and running a successful business.”

From The Blaze:

Hogg then referred to the 2018 school shooting in Parkland, Florida, “While the tragedy and trauma I experienced does shape me, like many other survivors of gun violence, it is not even close to who I am fully and I am looking forward to using this time to grow myself as an organizer, friend, son, and brother.”

Commentators reacted on the internet to Hogg’s pillow magnate aspirations being put to rest.

Best-selling author Brigitte Gabriel quipped, “David Hogg just lost a pillow fight to Mike Lindell!”

TheBlaze’s Jessica O’Donnell noted, “Turns out business owners who are successful actually worked hard for what they have and being a white male isn’t a golden ticket.”

Author Carol Roth said that a valuable lesson could have been learned if Hogg didn’t give up on the pillow company so quickly, “I have a slightly different take on this– I’d hoped David Hogg would give it a longer go so he could spread the word on how very difficult it is to start and run a small business-even when you are well known and have access- to all of those who don’t understand capitalism.”

Douglas Karr agreed, “Honestly don’t like this seeing mocked. I wish more people who criticized business owners tried starting their own business. It’s a lesson learned that more people need. We should continue to encourage it.”

A Twitter user pointed out, “David Hogg bragged that he was going to dominate MyPillow with his new company, put them out of business, and show them how it’s done. 2 weeks later – he quit. That’s liberalism in a nutshell … big talk, all emotions, produce nothing, no skills, quit, more big talk.”

Another commentator delivered a dose of reality, “Guessing it wasn’t ever going to be a moneymaker. Too much competition. Welcome to the real world.”

Another person criticized, “It’s hard to believe this didn’t work. You’re such a brilliant innovator and have such a keen understanding of the free markets.”