(Big League Politics) – Bed, Bath & Beyond removed MyPillow products from its stores in January 2021.
According to CNN Business at the time, it was because Mike Lindell questioned the validity of the 2020 election.
A year later, Bed, Bath & Beyond is suffering.
In their latest quarterly results, the retailer announced a “lack of inventory” cost them $100 million.
They could have stocked their shelves with MyPillow products, but they decided to get political.
CNBC reports that the outlook for Bed, Bath and Beyond isn’t good:
In a note to clients, Fadem said that Bed Bath & Beyond’s fundamentals are “deteriorating” amid “choppy execution” by management.
In the near term, Tritton said that the supply chain headwinds will persist, putting a damper on future results.
Bed, Bath and Beyond is closing 37 stores, Todd Starnes reported.
Fortunately, Mike doesn’t need retailers like Bed, Bath and Beyond.
He has partnered with conservative sites like Big League Politics to cut prices and pass the savings on to his customers.