The hashtag “Boycott Keurig” has been trending Sunday after outraged Sean Hannity fans learned that Keurig and other sponsors pulled ads from his Fox News show over his coverage of the sexual misconduct allegations levied at Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore.
Last week, four women came forward and said Moore pursued relationships with them when they were teenagers in the late 1970s and early ’80s. The story was published by the Washington Post. More than 66,000 Tweets were sent Sunday morning using the hashtag #BoycottKeurig. Here’s what people had to say:
— Brandon (@brandongroeny) November 12, 2017
This decision is disgusting, and will not be tolerated.
Regardless of any response, I am done with you, Keurig.
— Mike (@Fuctupmind) November 12, 2017
#BoycottKeurig because they have caved into liberal pressure and are pulling ads from Hannity’s show.
We will show them what over 100 million strong conservatives can do to their business.
Retweet and spread the word.
— RD (@real_defender) November 12, 2017
— thebradfordfile (@thebradfordfile) November 12, 2017
Keurig isn’t the only company pulling ads from Hannity’s show in protest, though. “We worked with our media partner and Fox news to stop our ad from airing during the Sean Hannity Show,” Keurig wrote on Twitter. According to The Wrap, on November 10, “Keurig and Realtor.com announced on Twitter that they would stop advertising on Hannity’s shows after complaints about the host’s defense of embattled Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore.”
Realtor.com made a similar announcement on Twitter, writing, “While we continually strategize on where we advertise on and offline, we are not currently, and will not be running TV ads on Hannity.” Eloquii, a fashion line for plus-size women, joined suit, writing on Twitter, “Hi there! Hannity is blocked from our advertising list. If we can help with anything else, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at [email protected]”
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