Fox News host Sean Hannity is often the center of controversy, but his latest defense of Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore’s alleged pursuit of teen girls may have been a step too far. At least five companies have already pulled their advertisements from his show, and many others are being pressured to do the same. Some are calling on Fox News to cancel Hannity altogether, but others are standing by him. He is the most-watched anchor on cable news after all. What do you think?
Hannity’s defense of Moore — who was recently accused of sexual misconduct with an underage girl — has led many to call on advertisers to boycott the Fox News anchor’s show. Some companies, including Keurig, have already pulled their advertising from Hannity’s show and distanced themselves from the controversial host.
At least five companies have announced they will not advertise during Sean Hannity’s TV and radio shows following the host’s coverage of Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, who is accused of sexual misconduct with a 14-year-old. Eloquii, a plus-size clothing retailer, was the first company to publicly distance itself from the right-wing personality, followed by 23 and me, Nature’s Bounty, Keurig and Realtor.com.
Many are calling on other companies to join the boycott of Hannity’s show.