Six Companies Won't Advertise On 'Hannity' After Roy Moore Interview

Six Companies Won't Advertise On 'Hannity' After Roy Moore Interview

Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore reiterated his denials Saturday against what he said were allegations of sexual misconduct, adding that "revelations" regarding the charges will surface over the coming days.

In a report from the Washington Post, the publication reported Moore allegedly tried to pursue romantic relationships with teenagers when he was in his thirties.

Several companies chose to pull their ads from Fox News host Sean Hannity's show following pressure after his interview of Alabama GOP senate candidate Roy Moore on Friday.

In a nutshell, a lot of Hannity fans are supposedly boycotting Keurig now-and even replacing or destroying ones they already own-in order to show their sharp displeasure with the company's decision to abandon the Fox News firebrand. The #BoycottKeurig hasthtag is now trending on Twitter and you can find some fun videos of people destroying their coffee makers if you've got some time to kill today.

Moore denied the allegations during an interview and Hannity suggested that he deserves to be considered innocent until the truth comes out in its entirety. Keurig, along with, 23andMe, and ELOQUII responded by saying they would no longer run ads during the show. Moore has vehemently and repeatedly denied the allegations.

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At least five companies over the weekend said they will be pulling their ads from the show "Hannity".

On Hannity's radio show last week, Moore claimed that the allegations are both false and misleading.

Keurig was not the only one to remove advertising from Hannity's show. Rich's murder remains unsolved. As you may already know, many men have been accused of similar crimes lately including, most recently, Louis CK and Kevin Spacey.

It's unclear whether the decision by several advertisers to pull their ads will result in any serious repercussions for the show.

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