Show of HandsShow of Hands

DounutHole November 12th, 2017 8:20pm

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.

13 Liked

Comments: Add Comment

DounutHole
11/15/17 12:37 am

Ruh roh, lost advertisers so Sean better make myself look like the good guy, or he might lose his job.

Reply
lcamino Florida and Georgia
11/14/17 12:01 am

At least one advertiser has listened to the entire actual interview, and realized that they were duped by editing, and taking out of context. The coffee maker apologized, and they will continue to advertise.

snagglepuss Story Time
11/13/17 3:39 pm

Image can make you or break you. Wise move. I would do the same.

Reply
susannr Colorado
11/12/17 10:35 pm

The difference between Democrats and Republicans on this issue is we arrest our alleged rapists, they elect them!

Reply
ctskapski x
11/12/17 7:17 pm

They have the right to, and the reasoning behind it makes sense.

It's somewhat unfortunate, since we have no idea whether or not the allegations have any merit at all.

Reply
MrsCrayonWax
11/12/17 7:14 pm

Were they boycotting because Sean did an interview with him or because he didn’t put him in a positive light?

Reply
iceberg124
11/12/17 3:44 pm

Saw the hill article and apparently none of the companies advertised during his show anyway.

Reply
Alcerus fascist
11/12/17 2:36 pm

What will Sean ever do without five companies? If only there were more than five companies in the United States!! Give me a break, I bet those companies wouldn't sponsor Hannity's show anyway, and this "declaration" is completely meaningless

Reply
mudkip17 United States of Texas
11/12/17 3:01 pm

these were 5 companies that run ads on fox news and they told fox to stop running ads during his show... so yes they did sponsor his show before this. he's been losing sponsors all year and it's becoming a problem. 5 may not make a difference but it does add up.

Alcerus fascist
11/12/17 3:19 pm

Sponsors come and go. Do you have the numbers for sponsors gained as well as those who left? We shouldn't focus on just those who left, but rather the big picture of net gain/ net loss

Squidboy Snarkapottamus
11/12/17 3:21 pm

Pedophilia sells! I'm sure he will gain a bunch of new sponsors! Visited Breitbaet lately? They are rockin' it!

Alcerus fascist
11/12/17 3:31 pm

I'm sorry that you think it's okay to lie about child rape to get what you want. Because that's exactly what the Democrats are doing. They've done it many times before and they clearly have no reservations about doing it

Luftwaffe South of Heaven
11/12/17 3:54 pm

Getting less sponsors is a good thing, means someone wants to shut you down for telling the truth.

lj74
11/12/17 5:17 pm

Mud, I read the article and I heard the interview. Not sure what these five companies have to complain about. Do you?

lcamino Florida and Georgia
11/14/17 12:05 am

At least one advertiser has actually listen to the entire interview, and realized they were duped by selective editing. They apologized, and will continue to advertise.

DounutHole
11/12/17 2:29 pm

Corporate publicly traded sponsors only care about their image and the bottom line. Sean Hannity is a right wing extreme zealot who appears to have crossed the line even with his base.

Reply
suppressedID That is my secret Cap
11/12/17 1:42 pm

What?!? Who wouldn’t want to be associated with child rape?

Reply
PointB Libertarian Centrist
11/12/17 2:06 pm

So you believe that people are guilty until proven innocent? These are accusations with no evidence but everyone gets behind them. You are a sick and twisted human being if you want to ruin a life based on accusations.

RagingMystic covfefe
11/12/17 2:16 pm

...there haven't been any charges or anything, they just dont want to be associated with the issues. Free market in action amirite?

mudkip17 United States of Texas
11/12/17 3:04 pm

guilty until proven innocent is for criminal court. I don't believe anyone is saying he should go to jail without a trial... just like I can not be arrested for calling my boss the N word doesn't mean I can't be fired for it. these things apply to the goverment, not public response.

do you believe Weinstein is innocent? or the clintons? or spacy?

PointB Libertarian Centrist
11/13/17 2:47 pm

Neither have any real evidence so you can’t believe them. Anyone who does is sick or stupid.