Conservatives Destroyed Their Keurigs In Solidarity With Sean Hannity

Conservatives Destroyed Their Keurigs In Solidarity With Sean Hannity

Conservatives Destroyed Their Keurigs In Solidarity With Sean Hannity

But so far, it's the instant coffee company that's getting the most ire from fans of Fox News, who are destroying their coffee machines in protest and hashtagging the destruction #boycottKeurig.

As advertisers flee from far-right Fox News host Sean Hannity over his defense of Roy Moore, Alabama's Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate who stands accused of child sex assault, Hannity fans have found a freaky way of showing their support: Smashing their own stuff.

Volvo is the latest advertiser to leave the "Hannity" show, according to a report by The Hill website. Hannity later clarified that he misspoke.

"Since I got all this time on Sundays, boycotting my once-beloved National Football League, I figured I'd let Keurig and all these other companies know we don't believe in your fake outrage", said Twitter user @montgomerychamp in footage he took of himself before he smashed his personal caffeine crafter with a hammer. And the backlash against Keurig was immediate.

Conservatives vented their displeasure by taking to social media to smash their instant coffee machines. Hannity connected this to the political press by raving about how anyone who doesn't follow the line of "left wing, destroy-Trump mainstream media" will be targeted by "liberal fascism".

"I accept the apology of the Keurig CEO".

Initially, company had pulled their ads from Hannity's show as well, but have since backtracked on their statement.

Keurig was not OK-Cups with Sean Hannity's coverage of Alabama Senate candidate and accused child molester Roy Moore. Three other women said he dated or asked them out on dates when they were teens and he was in his early 30s. Moore also threatened to sue The Post.

Hannity went on to tout the positive reactions to his interview with Moore last week, and he concluded by saying he will not apologize for allowing the embattled Senate candidate a presumption of innocence, even as MMfA tries to silence conservative voices.

Five brands, including coffeemaker company Keurig, tweeted over the weekend that they would avoid advertising on Fox News' "Hannity".

Gamgort said that the public tweet was "highly unusual and "done outside of company protocols".

Of course, the Keurig boycott attempt has also been met with some derision and mockery by progressives on social media, with some clearly pleased that more companies are running away from the controversial right-wing host.

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