A number of companies have decided to obey the demands of David Hogg, the profane teen demagogue dubbed the “king of the snowflakes,” and pulled their ads from Laura Ingraham’s program.
As Breitbart noted, the boycott was fueled by the George Soros-funded Media Matters:
The George Soros-financed Media Matters for America progressive activist group has been helping to fuel an advertising boycott targeting Laura Ingraham’s Fox News show following Twitter comments the media star made about Parkland shooting survivor and antigun activist David Hogg.
Think Progress, the media project of the Soros-funded Center for American Progress, has also been using its platform to hype the boycott.
On Thursday, Ingraham tweeted an apology to Hogg, expressing her regret “for any upset or hurt my tweet caused him or any of the brave victims of Parkland.”
As a result, several companies have pulled their ads.
Since these companies have decided to put politics ahead of business, many have decided to take their money elsewhere.
Here’s a list of the companies that have pulled their advertising as of this writing:
- Johnson and Johnson
- Trip Advisor
- Stitch Fix
- Joseph A. Bank
Update: Nestle, Jos. A. Bank both say they have no plans to buy ads on Ingraham in the futurehttps://t.co/JQ6k2ktSz7
— Max Tani (@maxwelltani) March 29, 2018
No doubt, there will be more companies as the effort by Soros-funded groups and their bots ramp up.
So what can conservatives who support Laura Ingraham and free speech do? For starters, they can take their business elsewhere and let the companies involved know precisely why…