Who Would Have Thought My Pillow's Mike Lindell Would Trigger Lefties?

Posted: Mar 30, 2020 6:42 PM

During Monday evening's White House Coronavirus Task Force briefing, President Donald Trump highlighted a number of companies that have stepped up to the plate to help provide necessary medical supplies, like personal protective equipment (PPE) and ventilators.

Jockey CEO Debra Waller said her company made parachutes during previous wars. Now, they're making between 30,000 and 50,000 medical gowns a week.

United Technologies Corporation will donate more than 1 million pieces of PPE next week. The company has sent out 90,000 pieces this week alone.

Ford Motor Company bill be making 50,000 ventilators in the next 100 days.

My Pillow shifted 75 percent of its production capacity to making N95 medical masks. CEO Mike Lindell said the company plans to produce 50,000 masks per day beginning on Friday.

Each of the companies has risen to the occasion to produce goods that are absolutely vital to fighting the Wuhan coronavirus. It makes sense to have them stand up during the Coronavirus Task For briefing to talk about what their company is doing, how many products they're producing and the timeline they plan to do it in.

Unhinged leftists took issue with that though. Specifically, they had a problem with Mike Lindell being part of the briefing because he donated to Trump's 2016 campaign and is one of the president's friends. Others were outraged because of the product he produces.

But apparently the worst thing Lindell did was give the American people hope, by encouraging them to stay home and read the Bible.

Townhall's Guy Benson said it best:

These companies are shifting their focus to doing things they've never done before. They're producing medical supplies and equipment, something that is totally out of their wheelhouse, and instead of saying "thank you" and applauding them for their efforts. 

Of course, these lefties can't put their own personal political agenda aside for the health and well-being of the country. If these companies didn't produce these ventilators and PPE, our first responders and sick neighbors would be even worse off than they already are.