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Remember when Harvard’s progressive prodigy David Hogg tried to launch a pillow company with entrepreneur William LeGate to show that terrible Trump-supporting pillow guy, Mike Lindell, how to “make a better pillow, run a better business and help make the world a better place while doing it”?

Then the fight got “very real” (at least according to Hogg.)

Just a few months later, however, Hogg threw in the towel on his pillow-making match with Lindell.

Well, it looks like Hogg has decided to give entrepreneurship another try, only to run into the kind of “stupidly complicated and expensive processes” widely supported by pro-big-government, anti-capitalism progressives.

Well, more than a few folks on Twitter noticed a certain irony in watching the young big-government advocate waking up to reality.

Source: TheBlaze

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