Conservatives smash Keurigs in Sean Hannity interview row

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This sparked a right-wing backlash, with Hannity calling for a boycott of the company - and his fans taking to Twitter to post videos of themselves smashing their Keurig machines with hammers and throwing them off of balconies.

Others supported the move by Keurig, and some mocked Hannity supporters for throwing out costly machines they had already purchased.

Last week, Fox News host Sean Hannity came to the defense of Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore after the Washington Post released a detailed report documenting Moore's alleged history of sexual abuse and misconduct.

Four other companies said they would stop running their ads on the Fox show, without explaining their decision. He told Hannity he didn't know Corfman and that he didn't remember "dating any girl without the permission of her mother". It's "He said, she [said]", Hannity said on his radio show last Thursday.

Over the weekend, FIVE businesses - DNA testing service 23andMe, vitamin company Nature's Bounty,, plus-size fashion retailer Eloquii, and single-serving coffee maker Keurig told customers they were removing their ads from Hannity's show. "We worked with our media partner and Fox [N] ews to stop our ad from airing during the Sean Hannity Show". To show their disappointment with Keurig, people began destroying their machines and sharing videos and pictures of them doing so under the trending hashtag "Boycott Keurig". He later apologized, stating that he was only talking about his three accusers aged 16 to 18, not the 14-year-old.

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However, that same year he was found to have violated his probation for the first time, and was placed on house arrest. Charges from both incidents were eventually dismissed, but that didn't stop the judge from sending him to prison.

Hannity said he misspoke and his comment was misinterpreted. "And there's, I just, I don't know how you find out the truth".

"Since I got all this time on Sundays, boycotting my once-beloved National Football League, I figured I'd let Keurig and all these other companies know we don't believe in your fake outrage", said Twitter user @montgomerychamp in footage he took of himself before he smashed his personal caffeine crafter with a hammer. During a speech in September 2016, Clinton said, "You could put half of Trump's supporters into what I call the basket of deplorables".

Angelo, thank you for your concern and for bringing this to our attention. Back in August, the liberal site called upon companies to withdraw their advertisements after Hannity defended President Donald Trump for his response to the deadly, race-fueled rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Critics of the coffee-maker destruction have said Keurig should actually be "celebrated" for pulling the ads.

The Moore campaign's statement said: 'Judge Roy Moore has endured the most outlandish attacks on any candidate in the modern political arena, but this story in today's Washington Post alleging sexual impropriety takes the cake.