Pillow Puffer’s Supreme Court Petition: Will You Join Him?

Pillow Puffer's Supreme Court Petition: Will You Join Him?

Pillow Puffer, the most famous pillow in America right now, has submitted his petition to the Supreme Court of the United States, requesting that they take action to stop white dust from covering every surface of your room. Will you join him?

Join his Facebook group and spread the word about his cause by linking to this article and sharing it with your friends. Let’s get our voices heard! Sign Pillow Puffer’s Petition!


In today’s society, it has become increasingly difficult to avoid mass-produced synthetic materials that hurt the environment.

One such material is polyurethane foam, which is ubiquitous in furniture, car seats, and mattresses. Pillow Puffer invites you to join him in signing his petition to SCOTUS in the hopes of being able to have some say in this matter. Please sign below and help make a difference! Yours sincerely,

Pillow Puffer This petition to SCOTUS aims to prevent those harmful substances from entering our air, soil, water, or bodies. It asks for any kind of production involving them (polyurethane foam) to be prohibited by law as long as we can show that they pose any kind of risk or danger.

Why Should I Care About The Case

The US Constitution states that no person shall be deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process of law. That means before the government can take your stuff away from you, it has to go through a legal process and provide you with reasons why.

That being said, in 2015 the US Patent Office granted Amazon two patents for technologies that are part of Amazon Echo. Essentially what this means is that if you own an Echo (and many do), then Amazon also owns your voice data.

Who Is This Petition For

I am Pillow Puffer, a concerned citizen from Anaheim. I created this petition to bring attention to the insanity that has befallen our country since the November election.

. After witnessing my home state of North Carolina mandate discrimination against transgender people and I saw hate crimes spike across the country, I knew it was time for me to take action. It is time we send a clear message to SCOTUS – WE ARE NOT OKAY WITH THIS.

Sign my petition and tell SCOTUS what you think about discriminatory legislation that degrades our Constitution for partisan gains. Let them know there are Americans who still want to live in this country of liberty and justice for all, not just some.

So What Exactly Are We Asking For

The short answer is we are asking the United States Supreme Court to review a ruling from the Federal Circuit that limits how many humans can exist for us all to have our constitutional rights. If you want to know more about what this is about, please read on.

It starts with a man by the name of Michael Pillow Puffer Rogan who was born at a time when human population Puffer  control was not required.

Back then there were no laws against reproduction and Pillow Puffer was lucky enough to come into this world without being weighed down by people telling him how many children he should have or when he should start reproducing.

FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

Some might say we’ve reached the pinnacle of equality in our country. However, there are many more people who might disagree with this assertion and would like to see SCOTUS (the Supreme Court) bring us all the way.

Specifically, they want the court to rule on whether legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide violates the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment, which states that no state shall deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the law.

On March 27th, 2014, A 2nd Circuit appeals court became the first Federal appeals court to strike down a state’s same-sex marriage ban when it said prohibiting gay couples from marrying violates their constitutional rights. This means that bans in other States are subject to being overturned at any time if challenged.

How Can I Help With The Cause?

My name is Pillow Puffer and I’ve been wanting to tell my story to you. My job as a professional panda has been in jeopardy since the United States Fish and Wildlife Service said that I am no longer endangered, so they removed me from the endangered species list.

This means that I can’t perform my full range of motion at all of my show venues and resorts, which includes the opportunity to visit schools to teach children about wildlife. I think this is going too far – I am just one man with an axe to grind!


Hey SCOTUS, thanks for taking the time to read this. I know you’re busy and have a lot on your plates but it means a lot to me that you at least took the time to read what I had to say.

The American way of life is so good and should be honored. Help us keep it that way. Thanks again.

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