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    Quote Originally Posted by Dafinch View Post
    Mueller filed paperwork in court tying Gates and Manafort to Russians, which belies your long held, incredibly stupid view that there is no "there' there when it comes to Twittler's toadies and Russia. Nor have you addressed how all of the indictments, over half of them Russians, have nothing to do with Russia.
    So lets wager on any charges being filed for Trump or any of those on his Campaign/Transition/Administration teams.... all you simple need is 1 or more to be charged with Russian Collusion/Meddling/Interference..... Its simple, just 1 being charged.

    If I am so stupid, and you are so smart on this subject its an easy wager for you to win.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NFLTrends View Post
    So lets wager on any charges being filed for Trump or any of those on his Campaign/Transition/Administration teams.... all you simple need is 1 or more to be charged with Russian Collusion/Meddling/Interference..... Its simple, just 1 being charged.

    If I am so stupid, and you are so smart on this subject its an easy wager for you to win.
    Pound sand, you welching runt. Why don't you give your "hunches" on somebody who is even a bigger liar than you, that scumbag Sean Hannity?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dafinch View Post
    Pound sand, you welching runt. Why don't you give your "hunches" on somebody who is even a bigger liar than you, that scumbag Sean Hannity?

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    Calls me a welch... yet I havent welched.

    When he himself has welched DOZENS of people... Credit report and court cases prove it.

    ISNT THAT RIGHT Dafinch?

    Go get your fucking shine box pauper!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dafinch View Post
    Advertisers Ditching Laura Ingraham's Show Over Attack On Parkland Survivor




    Hayley Miller,HuffPost•March 29, 2018

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/nutrish-p...161027713.html

    Shut up and keep schilling for Faux News, bitch, attacking a non adult who survived that shooting...brilliant.


    Several companies announced Thursday that they were pulling the plug on advertising during Laura Ingraham’s show after the Fox News host bashed a teen survivor of the Parkland school shooting.
    Nutrish, the pet food line owned by celebrity chef Rachael Ray, was the first to tweet that it would no longer advertise during Ingraham’s show.
    “We are in the process of removing our ads from Laura Ingraham’s program, as the comments she has made are not consistent with how we feel people should be treated,” a spokesman for Nutrish told HuffPost in a statement.
    Hours later, travel site TripAdvisor and home goods retailer Wayfair followed suit.
    In a statement to HuffPost, TripAdvisor said Ingraham’s comments crossed “the line of decency”:
    We believe strongly in the values of our company, especially the one that says, “We are better together.”
    We also believe Americans can disagree while still being agreeable, and that the free exchange of ideas within a community, in a peaceful manner, is the cornerstone of our democracy.
    We do not, however, condone the inappropriate comments made by this broadcaster. In our view, these statements focused on a high school student, cross the line of decency. As such, we have made a decision to stop advertising on that program.

    Laura Ingraham sparked an advertiser backlash when she described David Hogg as whining over college rejections.












    A spokeswoman for Wayfair told HuffPost that Ingraham’s comments were “not consistent with our values.”
    “As a company, we support open dialogue and debate on issues,” the Wayfair spokeswoman said. “However, the decision of an adult to personally criticize a high school student who has lost his classmates in an unspeakable tragedy is not consistent with our values. We do not plan to continue advertising on this particular program.”
    The companies’ announcements came a day after Ingraham mocked David Hogg, a senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, for not getting accepted into a few colleges.
    In response, Hogg called on people to pressure a dozen companies to remove their ads from Ingraham’s programs, which include “The Ingraham Angle” on Fox News and a morning radio show on Talk 1370 AM of Austin, Texas. Nutrish, TripAdvisor and Wayfair are pulling their commercials from the Fox News show, the companies confirmed to HuffPost.
    Ingraham apologized Thursday afternoon on Twitter for “any upset or hurt my tweet caused [Hogg] or any of the brave victims of Parkland.”
    Hogg dismissed Ingraham’s apology in an interview Thursday with The New York Times.
    “She only apologized after we went after her advertisers,” Hogg said. “It kind of speaks for itself. ... I’m not going to stoop to her level and go after her on a personal level. I’m going to go after her advertisers.”
    Expedia and Nestlé told HuffPost on Thursday that they would no longer advertise on Ingraham’s show, but did not immediately specify when this decision was made or whether her remarks about Hogg played a role in it.
    “We have no plans to buy ads on the show in the future,” the Nestlé spokesman said.
    Johnson & Johnson told HuffPost on Thursday that it “will pull advertising from Ms. Ingraham’s show.” Stitch Fix also confirmed to HuffPost that it would stop purchasing ads on her program.
    Hulu tweeted that evening in reply to Hogg, saying it would similarly cease such advertising.
    HuffPost reached out to every company on Hogg’s list of Ingraham advertisers, as well as others the teen tweeted out from a list compiled by Media Matters for America, a progressive media watchdog. Nutrish, TripAdvisor, Wayfair, Expedia, Nestlé, Johnson & Johnson, Hulu and Stitch Fix have responded or otherwise made public statements.
    A representative for Fox News declined to comment beyond Ingraham’s apology on Twitter.
    This story has been updated as additional companies spoke out.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dafinch View Post
    What are you, her accountant? Who said anything about her net worth or ability to survive, you irrelevant nitwit? I don't think Bill O'Reilly is gonna be forced to sample Mickey D's Dollar menu any time soon, either, but, if anybody writes about him 50 years from now, in the first paragraph, it's gonna say something to the effect of, fired in disgrace for numerous sex scandals. And, only a month after making a fool of herself with her arrogant, "Shut up and dribble" advice to Lebron and others, she's now very much in danger of being booted, just like O'Horny-16 advertisers and counting-but, you can stroke your little Jimmy all night long about how rich she is, lol.
    Her net worth is $70 million. Your net worth is 70 cents. Need I say more?
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    Laura Ingraham Net Worth: $45 Million.

    David Hogg Net Worth: $75,000

    Dafinch Net Worth: $18.79
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave007inVegas View Post
    Her net worth is $70 million. Your net worth is 70 cents. Need I say more?
    First of all, you don't know anybody's net worth, scumbag, just because you read something on the internet. Secondly, do you shoot a boiling load knowing she is allegedly that much, wtf good does it do YOU? And, none of the above changes the fact that she ran her big mouth once too often, was humiliated into making a refused apology, lost over a dozen sponsors, and took a hastily planned vacation, scumbag.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dafinch View Post
    First of all, you don't know anybody's net worth, scumbag, just because you read something on the internet. Secondly, do you shoot a boiling load knowing she is allegedly that much, wtf good does it do YOU? And, none of the above changes the fact that she ran her big mouth once too often, was humiliated into making a refused apology, lost over a dozen sponsors, and took a hastily planned vacation, scumbag.
    I know your net worth... can I post the court transcripts, where you told the judge what you get every month, and your lack of any "real" property under oath?
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    Ohhhh, up to 18 already, what's the over/under on what it'll be by the time the Nazi saluting twat returns from her "vacation?"

    After 18 brands pull ads from her show, Laura Ingraham says she's taking a week off




    Jessica Sutherland
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    Friday March 30, 2018 · 11:04 PM PDT

    After nearly 20 advertisers cut ties with her show in just two days, Laura Ingraham is going on vacation. On Friday’s edition of Ingraham Angle, the Fox News host and all-around terrible person casually announced that she’ll be off next week, celebrating Easter with her children.

    According to Media Matters, who has collected a comprehensive list of Ingraham Angle advertisers, 18 companies have pulled their brands from future episodes of the show, though nobody’s gone so far as to sever ties with Fox News Network as a whole.
    Advertisers Nutrish, TripAdvisor, Wayfair, Expedia, Nestle, Jos A Bank, Johnson & Johnson, Hulu, Stitch Fix, Jenny Craig, Office Depot, Honda, Liberty Mutual, Principal, Miracle-Ear, Ruby Tuesday, Atlantis, and Entertainment Studios have made statements about future ads not appearing on Ingraham's show.
    So who’s even left anymore? Variety watched so we don’t have to.
    The only blue-chip advertiser to appear over the course of the hour-long broadcast was IBM. Otherwise, many of the sponsors were direct-response advertisers like MyPillow.com, or lesser-known entities such as the American Petroleum Institute, Interstate Batteries and KT Tape. Fox News also filled commercial breaks with promos for hosts like Bret Baier, or the mid-morning team of Bill Hemmer and Sandra Smith.
    This all started with a snarky tweet Ingraham sent on Wednesday, mocking Parkland shooting survivor-activist David Hogg about his college acceptances and rejections, but how far can it go?
    A former Fox News president offered some possible outcomes of this very public “imbroglio” to The Wrap:
    “Her apology has been inadequate so far,” Joe Peyronnin, a former president of Fox News, told TheWrap. “If it is dragging down their revenues significantly and she has not addressed it in such a way that advertisers will return it could be fatal for sure.”
    “It’s going to be a business decision,” Peyronnin said. “Look at how long Fox News hung on with people being charged with sexual harassment or mistreatment. It took them a while but ultimately when they saw their business being damaged for the long term, they made decisions.”
    That’s no lie–it’s really hard to get fired from Fox News, but it’s not impossible, if and when the bottom line is in danger.
    Another former senior Fox News executive put it another way. “All you have to do is look at Roseanne’s success,” the individual said. “This [boycott] won’t mean a thing.
    Time will tell. Ingraham claims the vacation was planned, much like Bill O’Reilly described his own sabbatical at this time last year.

    She’s probably got Hamilton tickets, right? Maybe she finally got tickets to the National Museum of African American History and Culture. Those are really hard to get.
    Or maybe she’ll visit Northern California, where the conversations around gun violence are focused not on the survivors of Parkland and the conservative pundits who hate them, but on the death of Stephon Clark, the 22-year-old black man who was shot 7 times in the back, once in the side, and zero times in the front, after Sacramento police saw a phone in his hand and shouted “GUN.”

    Either way, Ingraham’s off for the week. Wave good-bye, Laura!
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    Another dirt eating tactic by the left to suppress free speech.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michelangelo View Post
    Another dirt eating tactic by the left to suppress free speech.
    Notice how they stand behind Hogg and all the vile things he says, wont mention a word of the nasty things he says, or help those he attacks..... Yet when someone says something even remotely and very slightly insulting its a NO HOLDS BARRED FULL FRONTAL ATTACK.

    Sheep need to be told what to believe and who to attack and not attack... (Case in point - look at the threads started by the person who started this)
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    It’s ironic that he’s calling on everyone to “love thy neighbor” and to end the “mudslinging” because he certainly hasn’t practiced what he’s preaching. Over the past several weeks, he has referred to the NRA as “child murderers,” called Dana Loesch “disgusting” and accused her of not caring about children’s lives, smeared Republican Sen. Marco Rubio by claiming he’s bribed by the NRA in exchange for the lives of Florida students, and blasted Republicans as “sick f–kers” for not meeting his standards on gun reform. And judging from his boycott campaign, Hogg’s solution to save children’s lives is to bully the opposition into silence.

    Hogg believes that he can get away with playing two roles at once: a teen victim of a mass shooting and a vocal gun control activist. One minute, he’s a brave young man who is leading the fight against the gun lobby and in the next minute, he’s crying that a lady was mean to him on Twitter. And with the help of the leftwing group Media Matters, he and his cult following have pressured over a half a dozen advertisers to part ways with the Fox News host. It’s worth emphasizing that they’re using exact punishment on Ingraham for this one tweet that they used on Bill O’Reilly for being a sexual predator. In other words, the punishment doesn’t fit the crime at all.

    But when you enter the arena of public discourse, especially when it pertains to politics, no one is or should be shielded from criticism. Ingraham certainly deserved criticism for the tweet and whether she was pressured to or not, she did the right thing by apologizing. Hogg on the other hand feels no remorse for his vicious attacks against Rubio, Loesch, the NRA, and Republicans. In fact, he recently argued that the political theater at the March For Our Lives where he attacked Rubio with an NRA price tag wasn’t “provocative enough.”

    For weeks, the media shamelessly allowed these Parkland students to go unchallenged as they spouted divisive, hyperbolic nonsense that was full of inaccuracies. Because of that, Hogg feels justified to say and do whatever he wants without consequence. He has been given such political power that he is using it to launch boycott campaigns against those who simply hurt his feelings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michelangelo View Post
    Another dirt eating tactic by the left to suppress free speech.
    Liberals love the First Amendment as much as they love the Second.
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    What is really wrong with what Ingram said? ""David Hogg Rejected By Four Colleges To Which He Applied and whines about it. (Dinged by UCLA with a 4.1 GPA...totally predictable given acceptance rates.) ""

    So she said he was whining about not being accepted.... Wasnt he? And by the rates they accepts people into UCLA... He was at the bottom of the barrel because of his GPA and being from Florida... so it was pretty predictable he wouldnt be accepted.

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    YET Hogg has said things 100x worse.... BUT HE and the LIBERAL MEDIA and their SHEEP (like DaFinch) give him a pass because "He is just a child"... YET this "Child" can curse, insult others, and be the beacon for a Gun Movement, and issue threats, boycotts and and blackmail... BUT when he gets slightly called out, the whining starts "Im just a kid!!!!, DONT PICK ON ME!!! BUT I CAN PICK ON YOU AND SAY VILE THINGS!! Neener neener neener"

    Liberals and the media the sheep follow are whats wrong with our society
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    The 18 advertisers who were advertising on Faux News aren't "liberal," and they clearly have made the decision to kick that Nazi twat to the curb. A lotta you clowns were saying the same things about O'Reilly-who, once again, is way more important to Faux News than THIS bitch-right up to the point his ass got booted out the door.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NFLTrends View Post
    What is really wrong with what Ingram said? ""David Hogg Rejected By Four Colleges To Which He Applied and whines about it. (Dinged by UCLA with a 4.1 GPA...totally predictable given acceptance rates.) ""

    So she said he was whining about not being accepted.... Wasnt he? And by the rates they accepts people into UCLA... He was at the bottom of the barrel because of his GPA and being from Florida... so it was pretty predictable he wouldnt be accepted.

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    YET Hogg has said things 100x worse.... BUT HE and the LIBERAL MEDIA and their SHEEP (like DaFinch) give him a pass because "He is just a child"... YET this "Child" can curse, insult others, and be the beacon for a Gun Movement, and issue threats, boycotts and and blackmail... BUT when he gets slightly called out, the whining starts "Im just a kid!!!!, DONT PICK ON ME!!! BUT I CAN PICK ON YOU AND SAY VILE THINGS!! Neener neener neener"

    Liberals and the media the sheep follow are whats wrong with our society
    Can't argue with that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave007inVegas View Post
    Can't argue with that.
    But its his double standard lol... Claims to be an adult, acts, talks, insults, curses, etc like an adult... BUT when someone treats him like an adult, he and the Liberal media and sheep all scream "CHILD!"

    Imagine if the shoe was on the other foot.. AND IT SHOULD BE... with the SURVIVOR who was actually at the school that day KYLE, he is JUST AS OUTSPOKEN AS HOGG on the Gun Control issue, but he SUPPORTS THE 2nd AMENDMENT! Why arent the news catering to him, Why isnt he appearing on Ellen? Now... Imagine if Kyle was calling ELLEN "Disgusting" like Hogg called Dana... OR Democrats "Sick Fuckers" for killing unborn babies? etc.... The Sheep on the left, and the Liberals would want him crucified and burned, with no "Being a child" excuse.

    Left has a sick sense of double standards when it doesnt fit their agenda!
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    Lol, Scumbags at Jackal News taking it in the shorts, too, because of that dumb bitch. Didn't realize that O'Reilly got the last April. As Yogi Berra would say, deja vu all over again.

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    Fox News, not advertisers, are hurting the most from the Laura Ingraham boycott

    thinkprogress.orgApril 2, 2018

    Advertisers fled Fox News’ The Ingraham Angle en masse last week after the host, Laura Ingraham, made disparaging comments mocking Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg.
    While some corporations might have expected to see some damage to their brand as a result of the boycott, new data from YouGov BrandIndex shows that the companies have actually fared well in spite of the boycott.
    Poll respondents were asked, “If you’ve heard anything about the brand in the past two weeks — through news, advertising, or word of mouth — was it positive or negative?”
    The only brand that gained a significant amount of negative perception among consumers in recent days was Fox News.
    The data reaffirms the idea that consumer-driven boycotts are effective. As Michael Hiltzik points out in a Los Angeles Times column, “Advertisers of consumer products fear controversy more than anything — especially political controversy.”
    Similarly, boycotts of companies supporting the National Rifle Association (NRA) gained traction after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in February.


    The NRA is being supported by these companies


    Since Hogg called for an advertiser boycott last week, over a dozen companies have announced they will no longer advertise during Ingraham’s show, specifically citing her rhetoric as the reason.
    Liberty Mutual, one of the Ingraham’s top advertisers, called the Fox News host’s comments “inconsistent with our values as a company.”
    The backlash began when Ingraham mocked Hogg last Wednesday for not getting in to certain colleges. “David Hogg Rejected By Four Colleges To Which He Applied and whines about it. (Dinged by UCLA with a 4.1 GPA…totally predictable given acceptance rates.),” she tweeted.
    Ingraham’s tweet was up for over 24 hours before she eventually issued an apology to Hogg. Her apology only came after a number companies announced they would stop advertising during her show.
    Whether planned or on accident, Ingraham is taking a week-long break from the show to celebrate “Easter break” with her children. Ingraham’s “break” immediately drew comparisons to another former Fox News host whose show was the target of an advertising boycott.
    Shortly after The New York Times reported that Fox News paid millions of dollars to five women who said they were sexually harassed by Bill O’Reilly, 77 advertisers left the show in a mass exodus.
    O’Reilly subsequently announced he would be taking a “scheduled” vacation that he had planned — but he never returned. O’Reilly was supposed to return on April 24 of last year, but on April 19, Fox News let him go.
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    Are the anorexic puppet's 15 minutes of fame up yet ?
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    ANOTHER moron has to grovel and eat shit:

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    Eagles Of Death Metal singer does groveling 180 on 'pathetic' Parkland survivors



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    April 3, 2018

    Jesse Hughes, the frontman for U.S. rock band Eagles of Death Metal, has issued a groveling apology for inflammatory criticism of teens who organized the March For Our Lives advocating stronger gun laws.
    The staunchly pro-gun singer — whose band was caught up in the deadly November 2015 terror attack by Islamic State militants on Paris’ Bataclan theater — was widely criticized last week after he accused student survivors of the Parkland, Florida, high school mass shooting of “exploiting” their friends’ deaths.
    It might be funny if it wasn’t so pathetic and disgusting,” Hughes wrote in a series of Instagram posts, since deleted.
    Following a major backlash on his band’s Facebook page, Hughes over the weekend appeared to have softened with this video apology:

    What I had intended to be a statement about the hijacking by any side of the aisle of the beautiful agenda of a movement of our nation’s youth came off seeming like a mean-spirited personal attack and slight of the youth themselves, and even a personal attack of its leadership,” Hughes said in the clip.
    Hughes claimed he was “not attempting to impugn the youth of America and this beautiful thing they’ve accomplished.”
    “I truly am sorry,” Hughes added. “I did not mean to hurt anyone or cause any harm. As someone who’s watched their friends shot in front of their eyes and seen people killed that they love I should have handled this a lot more maturely and responsibly and I did not do that and I messed up.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenbacks View Post
    Laura Ingraham Net Worth: $45 Million.

    David Hogg Net Worth: $75,000

    Dafinch Net Worth: $18.79
    shouldn't that be negative 18.79
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    Eva Braun can even stop the bleeding when she slinks away into her rat hole, lol:

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    Laura Ingraham Dumped By Yet Another Sponsor Despite Being Off TV For A Week




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    HuffPostApril 5, 2018

    The bad news keeps coming for Fox News host Laura Ingraham even while she’s on vacation: Another sponsor has reportedly dropped her show.
    Ace Hardware will no longer advertise on “The Ingraham Angle,” TheWrap reported on Thursday.
    “I can confirm that we do not have any plans to nationally advertise on Ingraham’s show in the future,” an unnamed spokeswoman for the company told the website.
    TheWrap said Ace had two ads on the show in March, including one on March 28, the day she launched her ill-fated slam against David Hogg, a teen survivor of the Feb. 14 mass shooting in Parkland, Florida.
    Ingraham mocked Hogg, who has become an outspoken advocate for gun control, for not getting accepted into some of the colleges he had applied to.
    In response, Hogg called for a boycott of her show, and Ingraham apologized as sponsors began to drop her show.
    Hogg did not accept her apology.
    She only apologized after we went after her advertisers,” he told The New York Times. “It kind of speaks for itself.”
    Nutrish, TripAdvisor, Wayfair, Expedia, Nestlé, Johnson & Johnson, Stitch Fix, Jenny Craig, Hulu, JoS. A. Bank and more have dropped her show. TheWrap said Ace Hardware is the 19th company to ditch Ingraham.
    My Pillow said it would continue to advertise on Ingraham’s show.
    Ingraham announced a vacation as the sponsors fled, and Fox has insisted it would stick with her.
    We cannot and will not allow voices to be censored by agenda-driven intimidation efforts,” Fox News Co-president Jack Abernethy told the Los Angeles Times earlier this week. “We look forward to having Laura Ingraham back hosting her program next Monday when she returns from spring vacation with her children.”
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    Lol, Mrs. Ed is still getting mounted by the teenager:

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    Advertisers keep up pressure on Laura Ingraham

    David Knowles 2 hours 48 minutes ago

    Laura Ingraham returned to Fox News this week, but the bad news for her continued.
    The exodus of advertisers from Ingraham’s show resumed following her weeklong hiatus, meant to stem the loss of sponsors unwilling to associate their brands with her program.
    Allstate Insurance and SlimFast diet drink announced that they would no longer run ads on the program in the wake of the host’s attack on Parkland, Fla., high school student David Hogg.
    “We have stopped advertising on the Laura Ingraham show and have no plans to resume in the near future,” SlimFast tweeted on Tuesday. “We are also monitoring all ad placements carefully.”
    An Allstate memo obtained by the Wrap detailed the company’s decision to pull its ads from Ingraham’s show.
    “Laura Ingraham’s comments about David Hogg were inconsistent with our values,” the memo stated. “Allstate believes in youth empowerment and last year helped 5 million youth find their voices and take action to make the world better. We have not advertised on ‘The Ingraham Angle’ since Wednesday. We hope our youth can help us find a path to a less divisive future.”
    In a March 28 tweet that has not been removed from her Twitter feed, Ingraham mocked Hogg — whose views on gun control she disagrees with — for not being accepted by some colleges.
    “David Hogg Rejected By Four Colleges To Which He Applied and whines about it. (Dinged by UCLA with a 4.1 GPA…totally predictable given acceptance rates.),” Ingraham wrote.
    Amid withering criticism, Ingraham issued a qualified apology to Hogg a day later.
    “Any student should be proud of a 4.2 GPA —incl. @DavidHogg111. On reflection, in the spirit of Holy Week, I apologize for any upset or hurt my tweet caused him or any of the brave victims of Parkland,” Ingraham wrote on Twitter.
    So far, 22 companies have pulled their ads from the show, including TripAdvisor, Expedia, Nestlé, Stich Fix, Hulu, Jenny Craig, Office Depot, Honda, Miracle-Ear, Liberty Mutual, Principal Financial Group, Ruby Tuesday, Entertainment Studios, Nutrish, Johnson & Johnson and Wayfair.
    In her return to her program on Monday, Ingraham blasted the effort to target her advertisers.
    “Their efforts are Stalinist, pure and simple,” the embattled host said. “Their objective is a total transformation of American society, not through rational discourse and open debate but through personal demonization and silencing.”
    Ingraham’s argument didn’t resonate with at least one advertiser that, until last night, was still a sponsor.
    “We were unaware that our ad would be running on The Laura Ingraham Angle last night,” Blue Apron, a home delivery meal service, wrote on Twitter Tuesday. “We will no longer be advertising on the show, and will be working with our media buying partners to more closely monitor where our ads appear going forward.”
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    Wow, steaming towards 30 advertisers, Mrs. Ed must be whinnying nervously, lol:

    Ebates Is 27th Laura Ingraham Sponsor to Pull Ads




    Ross A. Lincoln

    The WrapApril 13, 2018





    Cashback website Ebates has pulled its advertising from “The Ingraham Angle,” becoming at least the 27th sponsor to exit Laura Ingraham’s Fox News show, and the second to do so on Friday.

    “We wanted to address concerns about our advertising,” the company said in a statement posted on Twitter. “Ebates is a platform for all and we do not support polarizing statements of any kind. We placed our ads through a 3rd party and unfortunately this spot was placed incorrectly. We have since resolved the issue.”
    Also Read: Laura Ingraham Shades Corporations That 'Wilt' Under Pressure, Still Doesn't Mention Boycott
    “The Ingraham Angle” has been hit by an advertiser boycott campaign spearheaded by Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg after Ingraham mocked him for “whining” about his rejection from several California colleges. She subsequently apologized, and Fox News has stood by her.
    Ebates had been one Ingraham’s remaining national sponsors, but received complaints on social media after one of its ads ran during Wednesday night’s episode.
    Since the campaign began, most of Ingraham’s biggest sponsors, including Mitsubishi, Blue Apron, SlimFast, and IBM have bailed, and ad time on “The Ingraham Angle” has been cut roughly in half. In fact, commercial breaks on Thursday’s episode added up to just under 10 minutes total. By contrast, data from the tracking firm Kantar showed that “The Ingraham Angle” averaged 14 and a half minutes of ads prior to the boycott campaign.
    But there was a bright spot for Ingraham on Thursday night: Among the episode’s 12 national advertisers was Ace Hardware, which reversed its previous decision to stop sponsoring the show.

    On Friday, German chemical company BASF pulled ads from “The Ingraham Angle,” saying in a tweet that “our advertising selection is based on channels rather than individual shows. However, we have adjusted this schedule so it will not include Ms. Ingraham’s show.”
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