Volvo Joins Keurig, Pulls Ads From ‘Hannity’

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Volvo has pulled its advertisements from Sean Hannity’s show on Fox News after his coverage of allegations made against Roy Moore.

Hannity said on his show Thursday that viewers shouldn’t rush to judgement against Moore.

“Every single person in this country deserves the presumption of innocence,” Hannity said. “With the allegations against Judge Moore, none of us know the truth of what happened 38 years ago. The only people that would know are the people involved in this incident.” Read more at The Hill.

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  1. That’s the left’s modus operandi. If you agree with them they’re great but if you disagree with you they go berserk and there’s no other opinion than theirs that counts

  2. So for years, it was ok when Bill Clinton did it, but now it’s bad?
    Of course, it goes the other way. For years, Hannity talks about the importance of moralityn to the point that some people consider his opinion to “da’as torah”. Along comes the Trump campaign, then Moore, and now we see Hannity for what he really is- a typical political operative, who will say whatever works for him.
    Hopefully people will realize, and stop getting so caught up in any of these guys

    • Bill Clinton was not accused of under age relationships.
      The rest of your comment is right on the mark. Hannity has no morality . He is a faker and a liar. He is there to lie and attack everything that a democrat does and to defend all the lies and evil that the republicans do.

      He should be off the air just like his friend O’ Reilly.

      • Bill Clinton was accused of “assaulting” a woman. Later, his minions smeared Lewinsky as a “stalker” until physical evidence forced him to admit the truth.
        Hannity is guilty of believing and defending a man who, due to overwhelming evidence (IMO), isn’t credible. O’Reilly is guilty of far worse.

  3. I disagree with Hannity’s presumption of Moore’s innocence in this case. There are enough accusers and witnesses to Moore’s alleged actions that I’m reasonably convinced there’s truth to their stories.

    That said, I vehemently disagree with advertisers’ decisions to boycott Hannity. He didn’t say anything truly odious, such as justifying the kind of actions Moore is accused of committing, he’s simply saying he believes Moore (or at least isn’t convinced Moore is guilty). Hannity even said that if the allegations are true, Moore should drop out of the race.

    Disagree with Hannity? Fine, so do I. Boycott him? Absolutely not.

  4. I find it interesting that these corporations NEVER pull their ads from a left-wing program no matter how outrageous and racist it may be. It’s only a so called right-wing program that they’re suddenly so self righteous. Double standard anyone?

  5. Let’s see everyone start smashing their Volvos. Somehow I don’t think so. If this continues Hannity will be gone. Right or wrong it doesn’t matter. It’s just how this works

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