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Keurig, e-Trade and 4 barely known companies pull advertising from Hannity over Moore interview

The liberal “buycott” machine went into motion over the weekend pressuring at least five advertisers to flee a popular Fox News show because Alabama Senator Roy Moore appeared on it to give his point-of-view on recent allegations of sexual misconduct.

Keurig, Realtor.com, 23 and Me, Eloquii and Nature’s Bounty all pulled their ads from the television show, in response to Fox host Sean Hannity’s coverage of the sexual misconduct allegations against Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore.

Other advertisers, including E-Trade, also pulled advertisements after the progressive-activist Media Matters pressured them.

Hannity did not defend Moore in the interview. The host asked hard-hitting questions and let the candidate answer them. It was up to the audience to decide if Moore was telling the truth or not, but that’s not good enough for the foaming-at-the-mount anti-Conservative mob at Media Matters:

While Hannity did provide a bare minimum amount of due diligence by asking Moore to answer specific questions about the allegations in the Post’s report, he failed to hold Moore to account for his answers…

So Keurig and e-Trade dropped Hannity because he didn’t ask good follow-up questions? Bologna. They pulled their ads because they felt pressure from a small, but very vocal, activist liberal faction. The coffee-maker manufacturer and others have pronounced Roy Moore guilty until proven innocent. J’accuse might have gotten your head chopped off in the French Revolution, but this is America! Liberals have defended the Clintons from every sexual, criminal and unethical allegation, but not Moore. No. It’s “off with your head” for the left-wing extremists.

Caruso has been on a militant anti-Fox News bender. His teeth-gnashing, sneering, hateful social media posts have lately been chock-full of rage against Hannity. Now he’s going after all of the show’s sponsors.

Actions have consequences and the companies that have convicted Hannity will soon understand why other advertisers avoid making foolish political statements with their advertising dollars.

And last, but not least, an honest assessment of why no one should have bought one of these awful coffee makers in the first place:

Update: CEO apologizes for the announcement to pull ads from Hannity – but not necessarily for pulling the ads.

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Rich Mitchell is the editor-in-chief of Conservative Daily News. His posts may contain opinions that are his own and are not necessarily shared by Anomalous Media, CDN, staff or .. much of anyone else. Find him on twitter, facebook and

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