After Major Advertisers Drop Hannity, Customers Drop Services With Them In Droves!

Fox News host Sean Hannity has recently started loosing sponsors over a dispute on the conspiracy theory of Seth Rich’s unfortunate fatality.

Aaron Rich, the brother of (DNC) staffer Seth Rich, wrote to Hannity’s producer asking Fox News to stop publicizing about communication with “WikiLeakes and his brother.”

“It is a travesty that you would prompt false conspiracy theories and other people’s agendas rather than work with the family to learn the truth.”

According to Hannity’s advertisers, “Cars.com” was the first sponsor to drop Hannity.

“Cars.com’s media buy strategies are designed to reach as many consumers as possible across a wide spectrum of media channels,” a spokesperson told BuzzFeed News in a statement.

“The fact that we advertise on a particular program doesn’t mean that we agree or disagree, or support or oppose, the content,” the statement continued. “We don’t have the ability to influence content at the time we make our advertising purchase. In this case, we’ve been watching closely and have recently made the decision to pull our advertising from Hannity.”

Reported by ijr,

Fox News host Sean Hannity lost a major advertiser this week.

On Wednesday, USAA, a banking and insurance company which has a particular focus on members of the military and their families, tweeted:

To say that USAA is getting backlash for the decision is a big understatement.

Some longtime customers pulled the plug:


And clients who do a lot of business with the company said goodbye to their relationship, too:

Independent Journal Review asked some USAA customers who are leaving the company to explain their departure.

Brooke McGowan, who has been with USAA since the 90s, wasn’t happy about their decision to wade into politics. “I’ve been with USAA for over 25 years but to watch their caving to left-wing Media Matters is more than I can stomach. They are clearly being bullied. To fight a bully, you hit back harder. Hopefully, they will hear from millions,” McGowan said.

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3 Comments on After Major Advertisers Drop Hannity, Customers Drop Services With Them In Droves!

  1. Been with USAA for 25 years. Emailed USAA last night and asked WFT!!! They said it was a mistake to advertise with Hannity, so today I closed all my USAA accounts. I have no respect for the weak!! I stand with Hannity!!!!!!

  2. I do not understand why USAA would leave Hannity. Hannity has stood by our military ever since he’s been on. Is USAA that weak of an organization to let others bully them.

  3. Anyone who drops Hannity will not get my business or that of my family. He is straight shooter, and always stood with our Military. These companies caved right in to the liberal agenda, and I, as a patriotic American, don’t like it one bit, and will not give them any business.

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