Trump supporting business MyPillow, real estate agent Jenna Ryan attacked in reviews on Amazon

Hell hath no fury like a disappointed customer.

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And many are taking to the review sections of Amazon and Yelp to disparage products and businesses including MyPillow and Texas real estate agent Jenna Ryan.

But reviewers are not upset about the products they are commenting on but with the activities of the business owners. MyPillow CEO and founder Mike Lindell has been a public supporter of former President Donald Trump, whose term ended Wednesday upon President Joe Biden’s inauguration. As has Ryan, who was charged in the Capitol riots, according to the Washington Post.



Donald Trump, Lindell Michael are posing for a picture: President Donald Trump listens to Michael Lindell, CEO of MyPillow Inc., in the White House Rose Garden on March 30, 2020.


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President Donald Trump listens to Michael Lindell, CEO of MyPillow Inc., in the White House Rose Garden on March 30, 2020.

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The MyPillow CEO, who continues to push false claims of voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election, is facing reviews on Amazon that are not favorable. 

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Supporting urban gardening throughout Frederick County | Frederick County

Linda Moran and her husband Don Doughty shared an interest in gardening and the importance of public green space. Their shared interest is honored with a fund in Mr. Doughty’s memory at The Community Foundation of Frederick County.

Mr. Doughty was a gifted musician, educator, and volunteer. He was also a talented photographer who enjoyed photographing gardens and outdoor spaces. He was a longtime supporter of public green spaces and their ability to provide a calming and restorative balance to individuals and communities.

After Mr. Doughty passed away, Ms. Moran turned to the Community Foundation in 2009 to establish The Don Doughty and Linda Moran Fund. She wanted to create a fund that honored her husband’s legacy and reflected their shared interest of having people benefit from the therapeutic aspects of urban gardening and public green spaces. The donor-advised fund’s purpose is to provide grants in support of the Community Foundation’s mission.

The fund has provided broad impact in the community by supporting a variety of urban gardening programs and enhancement of public green spaces. Heritage Frederick received a grant from the fund to support garden and streetscape improvements for its Church Street property. Housing Authority of the City of

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