As a result of his tenacious search for the truth in the Roy Moore sex allegation story, Keurig is one of five companies that have foolishly decided to stop advertising on Sean Hannity’s Fox News Channel program.

As a result, many consumers have drawn the ire of the George Soros-funded Media Matters (MMFA) for boycotting the coffee company.



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MMFA’s attempts to discredit those who choose to support Hannity and his right, indeed duty, to seek the truth are falling on deaf ears.





Also, Hannity revealed on his Twitter feed that he will be giving away coffee makers to 500 lucky winners.

The Media Equality Project has announced that #Operation FightFireWithFire is officially back after the vicious attack on Sean Hannity by MMFA. Every time the left attacks us, we will hit back twice as hard. We are mirroring their tactics at every turn. Maybe they will eventually get the message that we refuse to sit still for orchestrated hit jobs on honest news and commentators like Sean Hannity, who is entitled to pursue any source and interview anyone in order to find the truth.

Media Matters is steeped in a bitter brew of resentment against Sean Hannity. StopTheScalpings (STS) created a Facebook page six months ago in opposition to the first boycott against Hannity.  We will answer every lie, every slur, and every slander by the left.


On his radio show Monday, Sean Hannity asked his supporters to stop breaking their Keurig coffee machines in protest of a decision by the company to stop airing ads on Hannity’s nightly television show.

The reaction to Keurig’s decision to no longer advertise on Hannity’s program angered conservatives after the coffee company responded on Twitter to an appeal from Angelo Carusone who is the radical progressive president of MMFA. “We worked with our media partner and Fox News to stop our ad from airing during the Sean Hannity Show,” the company tweeted.

Hannity said the Keurig-smashing videos were entertaining, but that the coffee company was duped by MMFA. He also said he’s a fan of Keurig coffee and owns five of the company’s products.

On Monday, Keurig CEO Bob Gamgort apologized to his employees for the way the message was conveyed. “I apologize for any negativity that you have experienced as a result of this situation and assure you that we will learn and improve going forward,” he wrote. Gamgort reminded staffers that the company advertises on all the major cable channels, rather than just Fox News.

“I accept the apology of the Keurig CEO,” Hannity said. “Frankly, I think they were victims of this group they knew nothing about. … I feel sorry that they were dragged into politics.”

Hannity also said he will replace the Keurig coffee machines smashed by his supporters. He expressed concern that the backlash to Keurig’s tweet could hurt the company and its employees.

Hannity said he’s been targeted by groups like MMFA for about a year, but that the effort picked up over the weekend in response to his coverage of the allegations of sexual misconduct lodged last week against Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore.

Finally, it bears mentioning that Keurig was acquired by an investor group led by JAB Holding in 2015 for nearly $14 billion. JAB is a privately held business group headquartered in Luxembourg. The company could end up suffering declining revenues in light of the recent heated debates regarding foreign entities meddling in American politics.

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