David Hogg Rejects Laura Ingraham’s Apology And She Is Losing Advertisers FAST!

UPDATE 9:10 P.M. EST: Now Johnson & Johnson, streaming giant Hulu, and subscription clothing service Stitch Fix have also declared they will remove their advertising dollars from The Ingraham Angle.


The right wing has really shown their true colors when it comes to the leaders of the #NeverAgain movement.

Despite the gun control advocates being teens who just survived a school shooting that claimed the lives of their classmates, the NRA and some GOP politicians and pundits have stooped to name calling, lies, and conspiracy theories.

As you may have heard, this week Laura Ingraham sank low by attacking David Hogg for getting rejected by some of the colleges to which he applied.

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But these teens know how to use Twitter — and David and his supporters responded by pointing out the gross move to The Ingraham Angle‘s advertisers.

The Fox News host tried to backtrack on her comments, but only after she saw advertisers fleeing. Hogg responded to the apology, tweeting:

How much has her ad hominem attack of a school shooting survivor hurt her?

So far Rachael Ray‘s pet food brand Nutrish, travel sites Expedia and TripAdvisor, men’s clothier Joseph A. Banks, online home goods store Wayfair, and now food giant Nestle have all released statements saying they will no longer advertise on Ingraham’s show.

Damn.

And with Hogg’s original list retweeted over 46,000 times, we wouldn’t be surprised if more drop before this is over.

[Image via CNN/C-SPAN.]

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