Fox News host Sean Hannity thanked fans for boycotting Keurig for pulling its ads from his show, and said the videos of them smashing the coffee machines were hilarious.
“I am humbled and speechless and frankly laughing my ass off,” Hannity tweeted Sunday night. “I love all my deplorable friends. Thank you and Game on!!”
— Angelo John Gage (@AngeloJohnGage) November 12, 2017
Over the weekend, Keurig pulled its ads from Hannity’s show after caving to pressure from left-wing activist group Media Matters for America.
So what exactly did Sean do to anger a sponsor? He did his job by interviewing controversial Alabama Republican senate nominee Roy Moore.
Let’s be clear: You can be sure that CNN, MSNBC, and all the other networks requested interviews with Moore and would have aired them had they landed the interview.
Media Matters, a far-left activist group funded by Democratic mega-donor George Soros, has been targeting Hannity for months. In June 2017, Media Matters launched an unsuccessful campaign to get Hannity fired.
Fans reacted to Media Matters’ latest attempt to hurt Hannity by launching a boycott of the expensive, environmentally-unfriendly Keurig coffee makers.
Hannity responded by announcing a coffee-maker giveaway on Monday. “Deplorable friends, I am buying 500 coffee makers tomorrow to give away!!” he tweeted. “Details on radio and TV. Hint; best videos!!”
Check out the videos of Hannity fans destroying their Keurigs and showing Corporate America what happens when they forget that the consumer calls the shots.
U.S. Marine Corps vet Angelo Gage channeled his inner Hillary Clinton by smashing his Keurig with a hammer (see video above).
Others destroyed their Keurigs by crushing them with golf clubs, setting them on fire, or throwing them off balconies.
— Gina Marie Bourdeaux (@gmbseeme) November 13, 2017
One viewer pointed out that Keurig is only hurting itself by pulling its ads from Hannity’s top-rated show.
— CindyForTrump (@immigrant_legal) November 12, 2017
Some former Keurig customers said the overpriced coffee machine is a fire hazard. Oops!
They (Keurig) have a tendency to catch fire too – this one cause a house fire for my sister – I never leave mine plug in now pic.twitter.com/iEZka34gcS
— Big Al Cali-Covfefe (@Skypilot195) November 12, 2017
Liberals mocked Hannity fans for smashing their Keurigs. But where was their outrage when Hillary and her aides destroyed their government-issued phones and hard drives with hammers?
"Hillary aides smashed devices with a hammer."
Prosecutor To Hillary's Hammer:
"Who Ordered The 'Code-Red'?"
— Buster Hyde USMC/Ret (@BusterUSMC) October 25, 2017
Hillary "The Hammer" Clintonhttps://t.co/ms3SOjN55J
Those Dang Emails Though…
— Buster Hyde USMC/Ret (@BusterUSMC) September 20, 2017
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