This is hilarious! Keurig decided that they would pull their ads from Fox News’ Sean Hannity show, after he interviewed Roy Moore on Friday.
During the interview, Moore spoke against the allegations that he had inappropriate sexual relations, denying them entirely. He said, “These allegations are completely false, false and misleading,” he continued, “But more than that it hurts me personally because you know I’m a father I have one daughter I have five grand daughters and I have a special concern for protection of young ladies. This is this is really hard to get on the radio and explain this and as these allegations are just completely false.”
The fact that Keurig pulled their advertisements from Hannity made many Conservatives angry, so they began smashing their Keurig machines and boycotting the business.
However, Hannity took a more gentle approach and posted to his website:
Here is the interview between Alabama Senate Candidate Roy Moore and Sean Hannity: