Hannity Loses Two More Advertisers Over Moore

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Justin Caruso Contributor

Sean Hannity lost two more advertisers Monday as controversy stirs over his support for Roy Moore after sexual misconduct allegations have arisen against the Alabama Republican.

Volvo reportedly pulled advertising from Hannity’s Fox News show Monday, as did the hot dog company Hebrew National.

This comes after the coffee making company Keurig pulled ads on Saturday, and other advertisers like 23andme and Eloquii have fled his program.

After Keurig publicly disassociated itself from Hannity, many conservatives promised to boycott the coffee machine company, leading them to privately apologize to their employees. (RELATED: Keurig Apologizes For ‘Taking Sides’ In Hannity Boycott)

Liberal “media watchdog” group Media Matters for America is leading the charge, going after Hannity advertisers on social media to goad them into pulling ads from the show. (RELATED: Media Matters Using Roy Moore Allegations To Go After Hannity’s Advertisers)

Another website called “#FireHannity” lists Hannity’s advertisers along with email and phone contact information.

Both Media Matters and “#FireHannity” originally went after his advertisers in May after Hannity was accused of spreading conspiracy theories about DNC staffer Seth Rich’s murder.

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