Earlier this week, Sean Hannity was accused of claiming the 14-year-old in the Moore situation had given consent; the Left was all over social media claiming he was enabling a predator. Later it came out that Hannity had not said any such thing, and even Jake Tapper and Yashar Ali tweeted that he hadn’t, but that didn’t stop Media Matters and the Left from going after Hannity’s sponsors:
Good afternoon @Keurig. You are currently sponsoring Sean Hannity’s show. He defends child molester Roy Moore and attacks women who speak out against sexual harassment. Please reconsider.
— Angelo Carusone (@GoAngelo) November 10, 2017
Angelo is wrong.
Oh, and one more thing:
Angelo works for Media Matters, all they do is target companies that run ads on @seanhannity‘s show by tweeting to the companies posing as phony “concerned” customers. Don’t forget to thank Angelo for the boycott coming your way by actual customers. https://t.co/kjDeRtPbSa
— Nick Short ???????? (@PoliticalShort) November 12, 2017
Yeah, they do this a lot. And sadly Keurig didn’t do their homework and requested that Fox News stop airing their ad during the Sean Hannity Show. Which we all know was a really stupid move.
— KAYA (@KayaJones) November 12, 2017
Guess what’s the number one trend on Twitter this morning. #BoycottKeurig. And right before Christmas? Bad.
Keurig is going after @seanhannity on orders from Media Matters.
— The Columbia Bugle (@ColumbiaBugle) November 12, 2017
You have been manipulated by media matters a hit team that is after @seanhannity . @Keurig you pull those ads & I will throw my unit out & my moms and buy @Cuisinart #boycottKeurig Put the Ads back or see what happens. Holidays r coming tuff time 2 b boycotted https://t.co/xjdaTahYR7
— Wendy (@Patriotic_Va) November 12, 2017