Wayfair, Kohl's and Bed Bath & Beyond Stops Selling My Pillow Due to Trump Support

We have learned recently that Wayfair, Kohl's and Bed Bath & Beyond will stop selling the My Pillow brand products due to My Pillow's CEO, Mike Lindell's, support of President Donald Trump.

What these stores don't seem to get through their collective thick skulls is that more than 74 MILLION people voted for President Trump in the 2020 election. I, along with most of those people, believe that Joe Biden was elected through fraudulent ballots and/or shady events at voting places in at least six states.

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Joe Biden 2020

As Joe Biden steps into his new role as President, he has teamed up with House Democrats to push through a wild agenda in his first 100 days.  In fact, over the first two weeks, they have created a theme for every day. These themes include COVID, economic relief, buy American, equity, climate, health care, and immigration. President Biden also signed 17 executive actions on his first day alone. During these first couple of weeks, we can expect to get a first-hand look at the priorities of his administration.

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When frustrated people decided to take things into their own hands January 6th, a lot of Americans got hurt. There were the actual victims -- the men and women who lost their lives and others who were injured. But because of the Left's double standard, there were also good and decent Americans who will have to live with the fallout of what happened, even if they condemned the lawlessness. Some were there -- like the peaceful protestors who desperately wanted to be counted. Others weren't, but they were just as concerned about the future of elections after what happened in November. But the group that will suffer most are the people who deserve it least: the hard-working men and women of the Trump administration, who spent four, long years trying to set our nation right again.

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Many Trump supporters have understandably lost faith in the operation of our Constitutional Republic because of the irregularities in the 2020 election. Americans are frustrated by election fraud, corrupt judges, and a crooked Congress that confirmed the steal.

Our Constitutional Republic stands at a crossroads. Now more than ever, our activism is critical. BUT, we cannot allow our passion to be used to undermine and destroy our beloved U.S. Constitution.

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Now that some of the shock of the last two weeks is starting to wear off, most Americans have the same question: can we actually pick up the pieces and move on? With 80 percent of the country worried the nation is falling apart, there's a lot of concern that nation's days are numbered. These are the times when the only way forward is looking back and rallying around the principles that made America exceptional in the first place. Luckily for us, there's a day this weekend that gives all of us the chance to do just that.

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MADISON, Wis. -- "On his first day in office, Biden will reinstate the Obama-Biden guidance revoked by the Trump-Pence Administration, which will restore transgender students' access to sports, bathrooms, and locker rooms in accordance with their gender identity. He will direct his Department of Education to vigorously enforce and investigate violations of transgender students' civil rights." (From Biden campaign website)

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This week, eyes and ears are on the House of Representatives and the lower Chamber’s latest stunt to impeach President Trump in his last week of office. But, in the midst of this, a big win out of the Supreme Court has received very little press.

You may recall that in May 2020, a group of doctors sued the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in an attempt to remove a rule preventing abortion doctors from prescribing the abortion pill via mail without seeing patients in person. According to NBC News, the group did so because of the COVID-19 pandemic. According to this article, “Medical offices and clinics have either closed or restricted appointments… and requiring pregnant women to make in-person visits exposes them to a heightened risk of infection.”

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