Conservative voters are sick and tired of Democrats’ double standards. They become especially angry if those standards are aimed at one of their favorite pundits like Sean Hannity. And you know it’s bad, when his caffeine-loving fans start smashing their Keurig coffee makers.
Deplorables across the country are taking a stand for Sean Hannity. Liberal backlash over his interview with Roy Moore was harsh and immediate. Shockingly, many people are accusing Hannity of defending a child molester.
Of course, there is no solid evidence to support Moore’s accusers. At least, not yet. Nevertheless, that isn’t stopping leftists from condemning both men. Social media users began targeting advertisers immediately after the interview, urging them not to support Hannity.
Angelo, thank you for your concern and for bringing this to our attention. We worked with our media partner and FOX news to stop our ad from airing during the Sean Hannity Show.
— Keurig (@Keurig) November 11, 2017
In response, several of the Fox host’s sponsors dropped their ads. At least five companies, including Keurig, have said they will no longer advertise their products during his show. A move that has Hannity fans, very upset.
Over the weekend, videos from Keurig owners started appearing on the internet featuring hashtags like #BoycottKeurig. Shared thousands of times, the videos show Hannity supporters smashing their coffee makers.
A man going by the name of “Snoop Bailey,” was among the first to post a video. Apparently a golfer, he uses a driver to smash his Keurig. The caption on the video reads, “Join me & @AngeloJohnGage in the #KeurigSmashChallenge & learn how to crush your drives as a bonus.
Packing a Punch
Consumers carried out similar boycotts this year against Nordstrom and the NFL. After Nordstrom made the decision to drop Ivanka Trump’s fashion line, her supporters cut-up their store credit-cards. Football fans, burned their gear in response to players kneeling for the national anthem.
Not surprisingly, leftists are denouncing the Keurig boycott as ridiculous. “How was your day?” asked one Twitter user. “I destroyed my coffee maker because the company that made it stopped advertising on a show where the host defended a child molester. Cool.”
Nevertheless, Hannity is thankful to his viewers for their support. He retweeted some of the videos and encouraged people to continue the fight. Additionally, he hinted of offering new coffeemakers for the best videos.
“Deplorable friends, I am buying 500 coffee makers tomorrow to give away!!” he wrote. “Details on radio and TV. Hint: best videos!!”