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'Hannity' Fans Smash Keurig Brewers Over Company's Decision To Pull Ads
15 November 2017, 09:40 | Glen Norman
Volvo Pulls Ads Over Failure To Rush To Judgement On Moore Allegations
It's unclear when Keurig stopped advertising on "Hannity".
Under the hashtag #boycottkeurig and #IStandWithHannity fans fought back to Friday's announcement by Keurig, posting videos of themselves destroying their coffee makers.
The move has prompted several people to destroy Keurig products in protest and post videos to social media.
The Fox News host came out guns blazing on Tuesday after he played clips from his radio interview with Moore, where the Alabama Republican senate nominee did not definitively deny having inappropriate relationships with teenagers.
When asked by a Banker & Tradesman reporter on Twitter why Realtor.com deleted the tweet announcing it would pull ads from Hannity's show and how it would explain the move to its members, almost two-thirds of whom are women, a spokesperson for Realtor.com replied with a link to the company's full official statement.
Also, Hannity played tape of Moore saying an accuser who was flanked by attorney Gloria Allred made allegations about him that were "absolutely false", adding that he did not know the woman.
Nature's Bounty said it hasn't advertised on the show since the summer but declined to give a reason. By pulling their ads from Hannity's show, Volvo is sending the message that they do not want conservative drivers.
Realtor.com is owned by News Corp. Rupert Murdoch is executive chairman of both companies.
Newsweek has reached out to Volvo's press team for comment early Monday.
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