CEO Mike Lindell, of MyPillow, announces that he's donating 75% of his manufacturing force to create masks for healthcare purposes, such as nurses, doctors, and patients. He states in the video that he was currently producing up to 10,000 masks per day and would like to be doing 50,000 per day by Friday.
This is a big step in the right direction for a company like his to turn their production into something that's good for the country during the pandemic.
Hopefully more companies do something similar.
It should be noted that MyPillow and Mike Lindell have a fairly shady history. Everything from fines, lawsuits, and crack abuse.
Of course, all good deeds go unpunished, and there's already critics like Bill Kristol, who some say is one of the worst people on Twitter, who finds something wrong with what Lindell does or says.
Despite turning the majority of his manufacturing into something good for the country, people like Kristol are just terrible and can't help but run their mouth from the comfort of their home while donating how many masks? Oh, I don't think he's donating any. Is he? I doubt it.
For every good man out there, there lies a piece of trash, like Bill Kristol.
/ Last Edited by: Frank