Mike Lindell, the founder and head of My Pillow, is a special case of a man who had to reach the bottom before getting up, brushing himself off, and following his aspirations. Mike was a serious drug addict, but when he finally made the decision to change his ways, his interest in an idea grabbed him and, with the help of God, he worked himself to where he is today. Most of us have heard of My Pillow, the pillow that helps many get a good night's sleep. I am one of those people and I have had difficulties for years to get comfortable for sleep, but but the special pillow the Mike's company produces has helped me immensely. Now it's not for everyone and even my wife isn't particularly fond of it, but that's like everything offered today. It's great for some, not others, but for those who love their My Pillow, they know what I am talking about. And what makes the story of Mike so impressive is his devotion to his faith and he even took a moment and, even surprising the President, he thanked God for helping the President turn our nation around and he asked Him to be with the President and all of us in the days to come. I know the President appreciated but I know his comments were like a stroke of a dagger to Jim Acosta and so much of the press who are so antagonistic to the faith. Lindell is putting his company and his faith behind his efforts and they will be great.
And speaking of Acosta, he is the awardee for my raspberry this day. Always negative and with never a positive word to say, even many in the press corps are beginning to stay clear of him and his nonsense. But Trump on occasion still calls on him and allows him to spread his propaganda in question form. I think I know the reason why and it's that Trump knows he's got the overwhelming majority of Americans on his side and that they understand just who and what Acosta is and stands for. Keep it up, Jim, and watch CNN's numbers continue to fall through the floor.
So, kudos to Mike Lindell, proving that people can change for the better and make a difference. And raspberries for Acosta, a man who probably is incapable of change because he thinks he has all the answers. We'll pray for you, Jimbo, but you have to want to change. And for the rest of you out there, smile, be of good cheer and have a great day. Turn all the stuff you can't change over to God and let Him work it out and spending today in the family bunker at peace.