Monday, November 13, 2017

Advertisers bail on Sean Hannity in response to his defense of Roy Moore.

Courtesy of The Hill: 

Two companies have said they will no longer advertise during Fox News’s “Hannity” after critics called for the companies to pull their ads over Sean Hannity’s coverage of the sexual misconduct allegations against Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore (R). and Keurig both said they are stopping their ads from airing during the show after being questioned about the advertisements on Twitter. Neither company specifically said their decision was over Moore coverage, but only made the announcement in response to critics. 

“Thanks for bringing this to our attention. We are adjusting our media buy to no longer include this show placement. –MS,” wrote to a Twitter user on Friday who tweeted a clip of Hannity’s Fox News show at the company. 

Keurig said in a tweet to the president of liberal group Media Matters for America that the company is stopping its ad during Hannity’s show. 

“Angelo, thank you for your concern and for bringing this to our attention,” the Keurig account wrote to Angelo Carusone. “We worked with our media partner and FOX news to stop our ad from airing during the Sean Hannity Show.” 

Another company, Eloquii, said Hannity is blocked from its advertising list, but did not specify on what medium.

Mediaite has been pressuring advertisers to pull their ads off the Sean Hannity Show for years, but apparently for some companies it actually took defending pedophilia for them to pull the plug.

Here is a list of advertisers for whom that is still not a deal breaker.


  1. Anonymous6:31 AM

    More and more House Republicans are deciding they want no part of the 2018 elections

    1. Anonymous2:38 PM

  2. Anonymous6:32 AM

    Failure, Sex, Lies And A Moron Are Destroying GOP

    The party of “family values” has fallen on hard times. The Republican Party as we know it has been transformed into the worst representation of government in our modern history. Led by a moral abomination, Donald Trump, the GOP has molded itself in the image of its inept leader and become fodder for late night comedy, resignations, impeachment and federal prison.

    From the buffoonery of Donald Trump to the accusations of pedophilia against Alabama Judge Roy Moore, conservative politics are imploding, and everyone seems to understand that, except those in the middle of the meltdown. Denials, delusions, and lies are the new normal for the GOP as American citizens realize that the grand old party isn’t so grand anymore.

    Roy Moore and his Alabama contingent have proven themselves to be tone deaf, insensitive and tragically stupid. Take the case of Alabama GOP State Rep. Ed Henry, who dared to say that the purported victims of Roy Moore should be prosecuted for not coming forward sooner with their accusations. Sexual abuse is at the forefront of the American consciousness, following the fallout from the Bill Cosby and Harvey Weinstein revelations, among others that seem to emerge every day. Women are displaying immense courage and fortitude to break their silence and should be encouraged to tell their truths not vilified.

    Then there’s Republican National Committeeman, Paul Reynolds, who incredibly opined that ‘if he had to choose who to place his welfare in, The Washington Post – who reported the Roy Moore story – or Putin, he’d choose Putin every time.’ Consider that for a moment. A representative of our government, went on record saying he trusted a foreign adversary that has been proven to interfere with our democratic elections, who has journalists murdered, over a member of American media. This madness was offered as our resident Moron in Chief and his illicit underlings, are being investigated for colluding with Russia. Is that coincidental, ironic or full-fledged lunacy?

  3. Anonymous6:40 AM

    ‘WTF is wrong with you’: Twitter shreds Ann Coulter for saying molesting a 14-year-old is like an ‘affair’

    witter users lashed out at conservative provocateur Ann Coulter this week after she suggested that Alabama GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore’s alleged sexual abuse of a 14-year-old was like President John F. Kennedy having a consensual affair with a 19-year-old.

    In a tweet defending Moore on Sunday, Coulter shared a link that accused Kennedy of “seducing” a 19-year-old intern.

    ‘There’s more to come from this creep’: MSNBC panel disturbed by Roy Moore’s remarks to Sean Hannity

    1. Anonymous6:54 AM

      Ok another one to drop financing as she likes old turd doing children.

    2. Anonymous2:38 PM

      just because no one will date her, at any age. God, what a mess. our country used to have dignity.

    3. Anonymous3:01 PM

      A Wp Rabbit might help 2:38PM

  4. Anonymous6:42 AM
    She is a C!

    1. Anonymous8:28 AM

      That's the mentality of most in the world. Sad.

    2. Anonymous2:53 PM

      Add her in this>.
      "There are times I don’t practice kindness. For that I am sorry. While I do believe that one can’t change their gender based on their feelings, I didn’t need to tweet out my thoughts. God created man and woman but then sin entered the world and disrupted his perfect plan. He then sent His one and only son, Jesus, to take away our sins and to restore a broken relationship with God. I should have shown grace and not come across the way I did. For that I apologize. I do not apologize for not conforming to the PC world where I’m supposed to go along with fantasy and participate in it. This isn’t the first time I’ve offended the social justice warriors and it won’t be the last."

  5. Anonymous6:43 AM

    Roy Moore Threatens To Sue Washington Post Over Allegations From 4 Women

    Republican Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore on Sunday threatened to sue the Washington Post over its report last week on allegations from several women who said Moore pursued relationships with them while they were teenagers.

    During the Christian Citizen Task Force forum in Huntsville, Alabama, Moore said that the Washington Post “will be sued,” per NBC News.

    1. Anonymous7:05 AM

      May it go the way of Palin vs. New York Times.

    2. Anonymous10:16 AM

      He can sue,but he won't win!

      Just think what will come out in discovery.

    3. Anonymous11:14 AM

  6. Anonymous6:50 AM

    The Rise And Stall Of The Fourth Reich
    How do you stop the neo-Nazis? Long lines.

  7. Anonymous6:53 AM

    On CNN's New Day, panelists discussed the reaction to the Roy Moore scandal in Alabama.

    Poppy Harlow said, "What has been revealing is the number of reports out of Alabama from local reporters on the ground, to our reporters on the ground, of so many folks in Alabama, even some Democrats who didn't vote for Roy Moore but who do not believe this one bit from the mainstream media, from the Washington Post.

    "One Moore supporter said this: 'This is a Republican town, man. Moore could have killed Obama, and we wouldn't care.' How do you see it?" she asked Mike Smerconish.

    "He is threatening legal action. but I think it's really largely a political defense," he said.

    "I don't believe that Roy Moore will file a defamation suit. I say that as an attorney who has litigated defamation actions. If he does file the suit, I don't think he'll ever follow through with it. It is one where you are asserting the rights to your good reputation have been foregone. and that puts everything in play, in particular a case like this where he would be subject to a deposition, subject to interrogatories and requests for admissions on the most invasive subjects imaginable.

    "It might be a tactic designed to forestall any more women coming forward. They, too then would have the depositions and interrogatories."

    When I was a reporter, there was nothing I loved more than a politician threatening me with a lawsuit -- because that meant I would get to see his tax returns, his real estate holdings, every check he received or wrote. But it actually never happened, because they knew that, too. It's an intimidation tactic -- and, as Smerconish, a political response.

  8. Anonymous6:55 AM

    Why Women Don't Want To Come Forward: 'They're Going To Be Known For This.'

    ...On Reliable Sources this Sunday, Mandel scoffed at the notion that these women who have come forward recently are doing this for any sense of personal profit. "This will be the only thing these women are ever known for. That's not something someone wants to sign up for. So, the accusation that they are doing this for fame, you know, if I wanted to be a famous person in Alabama, I would make a funny YouTube video. I would write a great "Huffington Post" about -- I don't know, Target clothes.

    But that's not what they're going to be known for. They're going to be known for this."

    And that notoriety will last for generations. As Mandel points out, if you Google her name, it autofills the name of her rabbi. This is something kids at her kids' schools will be aware of and no doubt bring up to them, whether she wants her kids to know about this or not.

    The same with Leigh Corfman and the other accusers. That worst moment of their life, relived over and over and over.

    1. Anonymous7:56 AM

      Like Her
      "Susan Brownell Anthony
      (February 15, 1820 – March 13, 1906)
      an American social reformer and women's rights activist" "Anthony traveled extensively in support of women's suffrage, giving as many as 75 to 100 speeches per year and working on many state campaigns." When she first began campaigning for women's rights, Anthony was harshly ridiculed and accused of trying to DESTROY the institution of marriage." AKA

  9. Anonymous6:56 AM

    There wasn't one member on Fox News Sunday's roundtable who supported Roy Moore's election campaign after allegations he dated underage girls were reported

  10. Anonymous6:59 AM

    Fox News Sunday: 'Repugnant' That Roy Moore Asked Permission From Parents To Date Underage Girls

    ..."That idea is infuriating, that somehow had he asked the parents if he could go out with a 14-year-old, and they had said yes it would have been perfectly acceptable. I found that idea repugnant."

    That is repugnant, and is an admission of guilt by Roy Moore and tantamount to a sex offense against a minor because it's so ludicrous on its face.

    He's in his thirties, already has a big job in the DA's office and he's asking out supposedly age-appropriate girls but needs to ask permission from their mother?

  11. Anonymous7:01 AM

    Hannity Fans Livid, Call For Boycott Of Keurig

    Sean Hannity's continued promotion of alleged child molester Roy Moore of Alabama has advertisers dropping him like a hot potato. A campaign by Hannity supporters (aka Russian bOts) with the hashtag #BoycottKeurig has instead turned into widespread ridicule.

    1. Anonymous7:33 AM

      Hannity's fans embarrass themselves by destroying $120 coffee makers in defense of child molestation

    2. Anonymous9:11 AM

      "Keurig CEO Bob Gamgort wrote that the social media team should not have broadcast the company’s decision to TEMPorarily yank advertising from Hannity’s show."

  12. Dinty7:16 AM

    LOL, is owned by NewsCorp, which owns Fox News, they love to generate controversy!

  13. Anonymous7:21 AM

    OT: Watching Joe Biden on Today. OH how I miss decorum and dignity in “leaders.”

    1. Anonymous5:23 PM

      My adult daughter said she knew I would feel excited that as part of her job duty at a well known venue she will be escorting VP Biden for his lecture tour promoting his new book. She is cool and professional around high profile people unlike me. I would love to thank Biden and shake his hand.

  14. Anonymous7:35 AM

    Breitbart is sending its goons to Alabama to smear the women accusing Moore

    Just when you thought Breitbart News couldn't get any lower, they crash through the floor and hit a new level of depravity.

    Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon just sent two Breitbart News ‘reporters’ to Alabama to launch a vicious smear campaign against the women who came forward this week to accuse GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexually abusing them as teenagers.

    Breitbart has already spent the past several days running interference for Moore after the Washington Post published an explosive report detailing allegations that the Bannon-backed candidate sexually abused a 14-year-old girl and sought inappropriate relationships with multiple other teenage girls when he was in his early 30s.

    Not satisfied with simply justifying pedophilia, Bannon is now taking things to the next level.

    According to Axios, which first reported the news, Bannon sent Breitbart stooges Matt Boyle and Aaron Klein to Alabama with the explicit purpose of discrediting Moore’s accusers by poking holes in their stories.

    The duo immediately seized on what they claim is an inconsistency in one accuser’s account of being sexually abused by Moore.

    1. Anonymous2:59 PM

      And this is why women don't come forward.

  15. Anonymous7:43 AM

    " a 10-year-old girl in 1992, report shows HE made a similar comment to a 14-year-old girl around the same time. "rump asked one of the girls her age, and when she said she was 14, rump replied,
    “WOW! Just think—in a couple of years I’ll be dating you.”
    HE WAS 45
    "rump called the reports “slander and libel” and promised he has “substantial evidence” that the women’s claims are false, which he vowed to release “very sOOn.”"

    1. Anonymous2:13 PM

      Ooh Look Over There> Orphan$!
      Somebodies Fucking a 14 year old!
      Diver'T' Alttention.

  16. Anonymous7:48 AM

    Is Sarah Palin still doing Fox and Hannity? Dakota? I don't think any other media acknowledges their existence anymore.

    The Keurig boycott is wild!!

    Sarah Palin will be writing one of her lengthy detailed dissertations about GQ's announcement (NOT). Like "Unbelievable..."... It should have been Sean Hannity...
    Dakota loves this subject he will possibly come up with 10 words. You know they will be supporting Roy Moore, he is their kind of guy.

    Announcing GQ's Men (and Woman) of the Year 2017

    1. Anonymous8:33 AM

      Her opinion means nothing and she knows it. Just an old dog howling at the moon.

    2. Anonymous8:47 AM

      No mention of Moore but she's gone off on the Kaepernick GQ nod. When will she finally get it through the thick head she calls a brain that a flag is a graven image not to be worshiped on orders from her "god?"

    3. Anonymous11:08 AM

      That's hilarious. She can't deal with Moore, a pedofile. All the times her daughters were messed with, wouldn't she be interested in what the girls are experiencing? Don't Palin females have an interest in other females and care about their situations?

      Sarah and Dum are into BLM, the NFL. Yet they have no clue about the facts. I think they somehow get their orders from the Kremlin and go with what they are told. Traitors against the country and fake patriots. Dum is still pumping up so he can be a star recruiter for the next forever war. They must be so proud of their leader in America, shaking the hand of President Rodrigo Duterte. They share the same ideas about drugs.

    4. Anonymous3:01 PM

      She went ballistic when Letterman made a joke,but is silent when it comes to an actual pedophile

    5. Anonymous3:26 AM

      So damn true!!
      She makes shit up all the time about sexual predators, yet is silent when there is actually one in power.....
      Fucked up. Her brain is so fucked up it is amazing she can even breathe.

    6. Anonymous6:33 PM

      They gotta geta the dicks out of her mouth first 326! Then she can breathe. May be.

  17. Anonymous8:17 AM

    This man dated Roy Moore’s accuser for 2 years around 2009 & he confirms she told him about the sexual encounters w/ Moore when she was 14. Watch the video, this guy is clearly being truthful.
    #RoyMooreChildMolester #FireHannity
    Again: Moore calls these claims “completely false & a desperate political attack.”

  18. Anonymous8:24 AM

    'HOT' mikey>
    "by claiming that they looked like they were in their 20s at the time of their encounters with Moore.

    “They were beautiful young girls and they could have passed for 20,” "Root went on to claim that, while Moore may have indeed made sexual advances toward teenagers, he at least wasn’t a homosexual like Hillary Clinton or former President Barack Obama.

    “Where are the women Hillary’s dated all these years?” he asked of Clinton. “How come they don’t come forward? Where are they? Everybody knows about them.”

    “I’ve heard the rumors about Bathhouse Barry,” he then claimed of Obama. “Everyone has. Bathhouse Barry, well known in Chicago. By the way, not a rumor from a stranger I don’t know, rumors from my friends in Chicago, who are people in the know who tell me Barack Obama has a sordid past.” {Making Air Wave$!}

    1. Anonymous2:20 PM

      oh, my God. anything, anything to make the Democrats the "bad" people. heard "rumors" made up lies. and the very worst thing is to be gay. ok to have sex with children, though. sicko.(and by the way, i don't care who the president has sex with as long as it's a consenting adult).

  19. Chenagrrl9:04 AM

    I bought some Keurig Italian Dark Roast for support.

  20. Anonymous10:21 AM

    Mitch McConnell Tells Roy Moore To Leave Senate Race, Says ‘I Believe The Women’

  21. Anonymous10:51 AM

    The Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell
    "I believe the women, yes, I think he should step aside."

    Anyone that hangs on to an old pedophile is a pedophile or a pedophile helper and supporter.

    No doubt Ted Nugent and Sarah Palin will be for the old pedophile to the end of time.

    The only good thing about this is that we can now see more of who the pedophiles are in government and media.

    1. Anonymous8:16 PM

      So, why does he not say he believes the women who accuse Dotard of the same?

    2. Anonymous3:28 AM

      interesting question. Wish a media person would ask him!!!!

  22. Anonymous11:22 AM

    Like father like daughter
    "The New York Times and international outlets pointed out that there were rows upon rows of empty seats at her talk."

  23. Anonymous11:25 AM

    "They’re 38-year-old allegations,” he argued. “This would be a misdemeanor at the time under the code of Alabama. The statute’s been up since ’86. If you go back and you don’t elect anyone who has ever done anything wrong, we wouldn’t have had Barack Obama — I think he did cocaine. Bill Clinton supposedly smoked marijuana.”

    Baldwin tried to steer the conversation away from illegal drug use and back to the most serious charge against Moore — namely, that he tried to make a 14-year-old girl touch his genitals when he was 32 years old."

    1. Anonymous12:15 PM

      Seriously, his defense of a pedophile is " I think Bill and Barack did..."

    2. Anonymous2:13 PM

      a taste of drugs from an adult who knows what they are doing is a far cry from raping a child. the republicans will say and do anything to make the democrats responsible for THEIR crimes. pretty hard to past this one off on Obama or Hillary. the oozing nastiness of many of the repubs is coming to the top.

  24. Anonymous11:33 AM


    "The justices are to hear arguments in NIFLA vs. Becerra early next year and issue a ruling by late June.

    It will be the second major case this term which arises from a conservative, free-speech challenge to a liberal state law. On Dec. 5, the justices will hear the case of the Colorado baker who refuses to make a wedding cake for a same-sex marriage and was charged with violating the state’s civil rights law. Lawyers for the Arizona-based Alliance Defending Freedom appealed both cases to the Supreme Court."

    1. Anonymous11:44 AM

      "If the Supreme Court strikes down California’s “crisis pregnancy center” disclosure act, dozens of anti-abortion laws could fall with it."

  25. Anonymous11:58 AM

    said Piazza consumed at least 18 drinks over a period of one hour and 22 minutes, but never once obtained any of those drinks for himself; rather, former brothers gave him all of the drinks he consumed.

    “We believe…that people could see serious bodily injury and death from the culmination of this behavior,”


    1. Anonymous1:39 PM


  26. Anonymous12:07 PM

    Dang! I'm gonna get two Keurigs for relatives on Christmas. You gotta stand by a product that willing to risk its' own brand by standing up for something.

    1. Anonymous1:34 PM

      Could this be a PLOY? Bad projection Xma$/2018

    2. Anonymous3:26 PM

      I've had 3 Keurigs in my life, first gen, second gen twice, all three broke now back to basic grinding beans and brewing. Plus, not that I minded, but damn, I was spending $100 a month on pods, for what really was just a weak cup of coffee.

      I enjoyed some of the tea and cider pods, but just decided not to purchase a 4th unit after 6 years and 3 that had failed.

      When they first came out I purchased them for everyone, brother, in laws, parents, aunts, uncles all those that we must xmas gift but not a single one is currently using one. It was a great idea whose time has come to pass, that's why they have 10 minute informercials now trying to convince new buyers with discounts and payment plans, (payment plans for a $150 coffee unit? What is wrong with this country?) but hey, lots of us jumped on and off that bandwagon and Im sure the company made plenty of money off of us ;-)

    3. Anonymous5:17 PM

      Start a community project.
      Don't buy gas for a week.
      Oh look prices dropped. :/

    4. Anonymous8:20 PM

      3:26: you could have used the permanent filters that are available with a Keurig. I use one, and use regular coffee.
      BTW: My Keurig is about three years old by now, used daily, and no issues at all.

    5. Anonymous9:10 PM

      I've seen Keurigs break left and right. Most of it depends on how hard the water is in your area that you put into it. If you have hard water, then to make it last you have you have to put in purchased distilled water, which adds to the cost and inconvenience. I've never had one. But my g-friends gone thru 2 in three years, even with regular vinegar de-scaling, and even using distilled water most the time. Is it really that hard to use a regular old coffee maker where you can make your coffee as strong as you want?

      Like 3:26 said, their time has come and gone. They'll probably be around for a while due to the convenience. But I wouldn't be surprised if they didn't exist at all in ten years, replaced with some other coffee gadget.

  27. Anonymous3:21 PM

    I guess the "base" is having a fit against Keurig coffee brewers, but face it, how many double wides have a Keurig to begin with?

    I can't even imagine what the mouth breathers might even think that a Keurig is, except that they "seen one once when I visited my liberal cousins in CalifnIaYay, and it seemed like the devil's work".

    1. Anonymous8:21 PM

      Besides: who cares if they destroy their coffee maker. They already PAID FOR IT!

  28. Anonymous3:54 PM

    "Social media is filled with “conservatives” who were utterly convinced Hillary Clinton was at the center of a global child sex-slavery and cannibalism ring centered in a D.C. pizza restaurant, who are now cheerfully using the “nut or a slut” attack on Moore’s accusers."

  29. Hey Gryphen, the comments section is broken on the three newest posts.

  30. Just a brief update for those still frustrated that their comments are not showing up.

    Currently Blogger is not loading fully on any of my devices, so I cannot update blogs posts, nor okay comments.

    I know you are frustrated, trust that I am as well.

    1. Anonymous5:06 PM


    2. Anonymous5:18 PM

      I thought you lost posters.
      It's not like your comment sections to be empty.

  31. Well, not only have Mitch McConnell and Kellyanus Conjob come out officially against Molester Moore, but seems he was banned from both the Gadsden Mall and he YMCA due to complaints from young girls about the old creep hitting on them.

    " J. D. told me, ‘If you see Roy, let me know. He’s banned from the mall.’ ” Legat recalled Thomas telling him, “If you see Moore here, tell me. I’ll take care of him.’ ” Legat said that his boss, Eddie Hill, also told him to look for Moore. "

    "“Us kids would congregate outside on the sidewalk near the theater after the mall closed on Friday and Saturday nights. Anyway, when asked why they had to keep an eye outside, they said that some older guy had been trying to pick up younger girls. They didn’t go beyond that but one of the concession workers whispered to us later that it was Roy Moore he was talking about.”"

    "The legal age of consent in Alabama is sixteen, so it would not be illegal there for a man in his early thirties to date a girl who was, say, a senior in high school. But these officers, along with the other people I spoke to, said that Moore’s presence at the mall was regarded as a problem. “I was told by a girl who worked at the mall that he’d been run off from there, from a number of stores. Maybe not legally banned, but run off,” one officer told me. He also said, “I heard from one girl who had to tell the manager of a store at the mall to get Moore to leave her alone.”"

    Plenty of others remembered but wanted their names kept off the record. And these are Trump voters, not Democrats.


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