Hannity Supporters Are Obliterating Their Keurigs After Company Pulls Ads From His Show


Conservatives are destroying their Keurigs in protest after the company decided to pull its advertisements from Sean Hannity's show after taking issue with his coverage of the sexual misconduct allegations against Senate candidate Roy Moore. 

Keurig was not the only advertiser to pull out from Hannity's show. In addition to the coffee company, Realtor.com, 23 and me, Eloquii, and Nature's Bounty all pulled their ads from Hannity's program, according to USA Today

Online users posted on Twitter with the hashtag #BoycottKeurig, criticizing the company for its decision to remove ads from Hannity. Some users and lets say Hannity fans went a step further and posted videos of them throwing a smackdown on their Keurig machines. 

Sean Hannity saw the reactions online and posted his praise and support for the trending protest in a couple of tweets of his own. 

Senate candidate Roy Moore was hit with wide-ranging criticisms after the Washington Post ran a story in which four women accused Moore of engaging in relationships with them while he was in his 30s and they were teenagers.

During an appearance on the show, Moore told Hannity, "I'm not going to dispute anything, but I don't remember anything like that," adding, "I don't remember dating any girl without the permission of her mother."

Many people slammed Hannity for giving Moore a platform to announce his defense on the matter, and for asking viewers to give Moore the benefit of the doubt until more details emerged on the issue. 

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