Sean Hannity's Fox News Show Losing Advertisers Over Roy Moore Coverage

Roy Moore: Allegations are 'desperate attempt to stop my political campaign'

Advertisers ditching Fox News' 'Hannity' after coverage of Roy Moore's sexual misconduct allegations

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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.

Hannity, who also hosts one of the most listened to talk radio shows in the country, had Moore on his radio program on Friday to discuss the allegations being charged at him.

When Media Matters followers questioned E*Trade's advertising on the show, Carusone tweeted "CONFIRMED: No more @etrade ads on Hannity's show".

Subsequently, three sponsors including Realtor.com, Eloquii, and Keurig, all dropped their advertisements due to the comments. 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.

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Keurig's decision sparked a backlash from Hannity supporters, some of whom called for a boycott against the coffee company. Seeing you have opted to stop your ad from airing during the Sean Hannity Show, I will be returning two Keurigs I just bought as Christmas gifts & will be discarding my own, ' one Twitter user posted.

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. Others used the hashtag to tweet their support of the brand.

Though the host earned some praise for asking Moore about the specific allegations, critics of the interview said the host went too easy on Moore, and over the weekend, liberal group Media Matters resumed its campaign to pressure advertisers to boycott Hannity's Fox News show. Make our day, ' wrote another.

Voting kicks off less than four weeks, with Moore going up against Democrat Doug Jones in a special election.

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