I guess that Harvard education isn’t paying off too well for Twitter-obsessed gun control activist David Hogg.
Hogg’s answer to MyPillow founder Mike Lindell, a vocal supporter of former President Donald Trump who was targeted by the elitist media for publicly questioning the results of the 2020 election, is his newly proposed product, Good Pillow.
Unfortunately for Hogg and his business partner William LeGate, who The Washington Times classified as being a “tech entrepreneur,” they apparently forgot to trademark the “Good Pillow” name, which now belongs to someone else.
According to the website Meaww:
According to the trademark application, "Good pillow" was being registered for a "custom-built pillow," to use the mark in commerce or in connection with identified goods and services. The application is now waiting to be assigned to an examining attorney approximately three months after the filing date, which will take place in May 2021. The image registered with the application does not match the logo on Hogg's and LeGate's Good Pillow co website. At the time of reporting, no other applications for the name have been filed under either Hogg's or LeGate's name.
Hogg touted his own business acumen back in early February, clearly and deliberately targeting Lindell’s MyPillow business, amid the flood of cowardly big box stores who refused to sell MyPillow products because Lindell dared to question the results of the 2020 presidential election.
“[William LeGate] and I can and will run a better business and make a better product all with more happy staff than Mike the pillow guy while creating US based Union jobs and helping people,” Hogg said in a February tweet. “This pillow fight is just getting started.”
Sure ya will, Davey. Sure ya will.
H/T: Daily Caller