Laura Ingraham Advertiser Tells David Hogg To Take a Walk: ‘I Didn’t Take My Advertising Down, and I Don’t Intend To’

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At least one company has the balls to stand up to liberal intimidation.

When celebrity Parkland school shooting survivor David Hogg urged his rabid followers to pressure advertisers on Laura Ingraham’s Fox News show, he got the desired results.

Nearly all 12 advertisers announced they were pulling their spots on Ingraham’s show after she jabbed Hogg on Twitter over his getting rejected by four colleges.

From Conservative Post:

In the whiney fashion typical of liberal American youths today, Hogg responded by publicly listing Ingraham’s advertisers and urging his followers to take action.

But Mike Lindell, CEO of MyPillow, refused to be shaken down.

In a tweet posted earlier this week, Lindell insisted he would NOT remove his advertising from Ingraham’s show, despite liberal pressure.

“I did not take my advertising down from @IngrahamAngle and @FoxNews, nor do I intend to. @seanhannity.”

While big businesses started shaking in their billion-dollar boots after Hogg called them out, they all left. Except for one man, and one company. For my money, that’s who I want to help and purchase from.

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