Volvo has recently pulled its advertisements from Sean Hannity's show in what has been an ongoing departure of companies upset with the host's coverage on Senate candidate Roy Moore.
In a now-deleted tweet, Volvo's account posted: "We have spoken with our media agency and have advised them to cease advertising on the show"
Some users managed to capture the original tweet before it was deleted:
Volvo to stop advertising on Hannity. If you thought the Keurig destruction videos were good, buckle up kiddos. pic.twitter.com/SCmdAkzVTS— Lord Single Malt (@Singlemaltfiend) November 14, 2017
The car manufacturer is the latest in a string of companies to pull ads from Hannity's show by the same name. These departures came after Hannity defended Senate candidate Roy Moore, who's been accused by four women of engaging in inappropriate relationships with them while they were teens and he was in his 30s. At least two women said Moore touched them without their consent.
According to The Hill, none of the advertisers have explicitly said they pulled their ads because of Hannity's recent coverage.
Recently, Hannity fans took to boycotting Keurig, another high profile advertiser that pulled its content from the show. Some Hannity fans even posted photos and videos of them destroying their Keurig coffeemakers.
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