Keurig announced Saturday that it had pulled advertising from "Hannity" after several Twitter users questioned the company's support for the host, citing Hannity's coverage of allegations against Republican Alabama U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore.
Now, however, we at The Rebel are fighting back!
Sean Hannity is cutting Roy Moore loose.
But fans will have to invest in some heavy machinery if they want to repeat the protest with the latest company to follow suit and pull its ads from Hannity's show: Swedish auto manufacturer Volvo.
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Once Cardillo gets enough signatures, he plans to head to Volvo's headquarters in New Jersey to hand deliver the petition personally.
We have spoken with our media agency and have advised them to cease advertising on the show. Hannity was widely criticized for defending Moore while discussing accusations that Moore pursued sexual relationships with four minor girls while he was working as a district attorney and in his 30s.
Fox News didn't immediately return a request for comment Monday.
Volvo is one of several companies, including Realtor.com and Keurig, to have pulled their ads from the show, in the wake of an online campaign by partisan campaign group Media Matters.
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Hannity has refused to condemn Moore, urging viewers of his show Friday not to rush to judgement. "I know some people on Twitter have said things about this".
"If you can't do this, then Judge Moore needs to get out of this race", he said.
Hannity went on to say that this country "has way too many issues and problems" and that the American people deserve "100% truth and honesty" and need correct answers "the first time".
Fox News opinion host Sean Hannity gave the embattled Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore an ultimatum to resolve lingering doubts prompted by the multiple sexual misconduct allegations against him. Moore denies all allegations of sexual misconduct.
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