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Sean Hannity’s Advertisers Pull Ads After Hannity Interviews Moore

In the Liberal Left’s continuing attempt to censor all free speech, Fox News host Sean Hannity is the latest victim to what has now become an ‘all out war’ to silence conservatives.

Hannity recently invited Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore to speak on Hannity’s show and explain the allegations of sexual misconduct lodged against him.

Following the show, the Left began to target Hannity’s advertisers.

Left-wing Media Matters for America has made no secret of its disdain for Hannity and once again immediately spoke out against Hannity, this time for statements he made about Moore and his accusers.

Media Matters accused Hannity of the following ‘wrongdoing‘:

1) Hannity and his guests repeatedly said that it’s possible the women are lying;
2) Hannity and a guest on his show implied The Washington Post can’t be trusted;
3) Hannity repeatedly said people shouldn’t rush to judgment against Moore;
4) Hannity suggested the “establishment” is out to get Moore.

Common sense and logic have been replaced by emotions and a Left-wing agenda these days.

According to reports, Hannity never indicated that he believed or disbelieved Moore. Rather he said that if the allegations are true then Moore should step aside and leave the race. Moore has denied any wrongdoing.

Hannity said:

“Every single person in this country deserves the presumption of innocence. With the allegations against Judge Moore, none of us know the truth of what happened 38 years ago. The only people that would know are the people involved in this incident.”

Advertisers pressured by the Left, began pulling their ads from Hannity’s show.

Keurig and Realtor.com were the first to say that they were pulling their ads from airing during Hannity’s show after they were questioned about the ads on Twitter.

Neither company would specifically say they made the decision because of the Moore interview.

Realtor.com responded to a Twitter user on Friday with the following:

“Thanks for bringing this to our attention. We are adjusting our media buy to no longer include this show placement. –MS.”

Keurig responded in a tweet to the president of Media Matters about its decision to terminate all ads during Hannity’s shows:

“Angelo (Carusone), thank you for your concern and for bringing this to our attention. We worked with our media partner and FOX news to stop our ad from airing during the Sean Hannity Show.”

Those on Twitter fired backed with #BoycottKeurig.

Ricky Vaughn 2.0 wrote: Good morning, @Keurig, you are currently letting liberals (who worship Rapist Bill Clinton and Dirty Hollywood Pedophiles like George Takei) tell you how to do business. I can’t wait until you file bankruptcy. #BoycottKeurig”

Some had a message for those who may have misrepresented what Hannity actually did in regards to Moore:

Shell Covfefe said: “Dear liberals, stop lying!! Sean NEVER said Moore was innocent, he gave him a chance to respond to the allegations…PERIOD! I’m quite sure 99.0% of you didn’t even hear the damn interview. #IStandWithHannity #BoycottKeurig.”

Others resented the fact that Keurig apparently “caved” to Media Matters.

Amy wrote: Oops! #Keurig caved in to Media Matters and stopped advertising on ! Deplorables, we know the drill! #BoyCottKeurig #IStandWithHannity #MAGA #Retweet

And then there was this one from @nobigotry who said “No more Keurig for me! #BoycottKeurig #Bluehand.” (The gif says it all)

In case you would like to contact Keurig directly like I did, the telephone number is 1-866-901-2739.

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