Advertisers Dropping Fox News’ ‘Hannity’ After Coverage of Roy Moore’s Sexual Misconduct Allegations

Advertisers began fleeing from Fox News’ “Hannity” following the conservative host’s much-criticized coverage of Alabama GOP Senate nominee Roy Moore’s sexual misconduct allegations.

Two companies — Realtor.com and Keurig — announced Saturday that they will no longer advertise on the show, according to The Hill.

Neither company attributed the decision to Sean Hannity’s coverage of the Moore scandal.

But they each affirmed their position in response to Twitter users complaining about Hannity’s kid-glove treatment of the GOP Senate hopeful accused of preying on younger women.

“Thanks for bringing this to our attention,” Realtor.com wrote to a Twitter user on Friday who tweeted a clip of Hannity’s Fox News show.

Advertisers began fleeing from Fox News’ “Hannity” following the conservative host’s much-criticized coverage of Alabama GOP Senate nominee Roy Moore’s sexual misconduct allegations.

Two companies — Realtor.com and Keurig — announced Saturday that they will no longer advertise on the show, according to The Hill.

Neither company attributed the decision to Sean Hannity’s coverage of the Moore scandal.

(Excerpt) Read more in: NY Daily News

Advertisers Dropping Fox News’ ‘Hannity’ After Coverage of Roy Moore’s Sexual Misconduct Allegations

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