— Snoop Bailey (@vol80) November 12, 2017
— Angelo John Gage (@AngeloJohnGage) November 12, 2017
— Collin Rugg (@CollinRugg) November 12, 2017
— Proud American (@montgomerychamp) November 12, 2017
At least five companies, including Keurig, have said they will no longer advertise their products on Hannity’s shows following the host’s coverage of Roy Moore. The Alabama GOP Senate candidate has been accused of sexual misconduct with several teens, including a 14-year-old girl, The Washington Post reported.
Hannity retweeted some of the Keurig destruction videos on Sunday and hinted that he was purchasing 500 coffee makers of an unnamed brand “to give away” to those who made such clips.
Deplorable friends, I am buying 500 coffee makers tomorrow to give away!! Details on radio and TV. Hint; best videos!!
— Sean Hannity (@seanhannity) November 13, 2017
Many responded to the trend with a mixture of indifference or support:
“How was your day?”
“I destroyed my coffee maker because the company that made it stopped advertising on a show where the host defended a child molester.”
— Jon Favreau (@jonfavs) November 13, 2017
Destroying your Keurig because the company took a stand against pedophelia is a great idea. Caffeine is clearly clouding your judgement.
— Emery Emery (@emeryemeryii) November 13, 2017
Folks, you don't actually need the Keurig Coffee Maker, though.
You can get just as much coffee by squeezing the k-cups with your hands.
(In other news, good on Keurig, but those cups are still an environmental catastrophe)
— Andrew Thaler (@DrAndrewThaler) November 13, 2017
— Scott Dworkin (@funder) November 12, 2017
An open letter to Keurig bashers:
YOU CANT BOYCOTT SOMETHING YOU’VE ALREADY BOUGHT! 🤦🏽♀️🤦🏽♀️🤦🏽♀️
— JustSaki (@Just_Saki_) November 13, 2017
Sorry, I was off Twitter for a while - it appears that people are destroying coffee machines to show their support of child molesters?
— Geraldine (@everywhereist) November 13, 2017
Hannity was lambasted over his coverage of the Moore scandal after he appeared to justify the allegations and blame the victims.
Moore has also tried to discredit his accusers and slammed the allegations as a politically motivated attack ahead of a Dec. 12 special election to fill the Senate seat vacated by now-Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
“I am not guilty of sexual misconduct with anyone,” Moore said on Saturday in response to the allegations. “I have the highest regard for protection of young women.”
Many Republicans have withdrawn their support for Moore since the bombshell report was released by The Washington Post. The party has also been scrambling to develop a strategy in light of the accusations, including efforts to launch a write-in campaign for another candidate.
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