US Keurig boycott leads to people smashing their machines

16:34  13 november  2017
16:34  13 november  2017 Source:   USA TODAY SPORTS

Sean Hannity Asks Coffee Machine-Smashing Fans to Stop Boycott

  Sean Hannity Asks Coffee Machine-Smashing Fans to Stop Boycott Keurig announced on Twitter that it would stop airing ads on his show.Fox News personality Sean Hannity used his radio show on Monday to encourage his supporters to stop breaking their Keurig coffee machines in protest of a decision by the company to stop airing ads on Hannity's nightly television show.

Well, Hannity fans took to twitter to show their support for the Fox host by posting videos of them smashing their Keurig machines and vowing to boycott the company. Here are a few more hilarious videos of people smashing their Keurig machines .

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Fox News host Sean Hannity is seen in the White House briefing room in Washington, D.C, Jan. 24, 2017. © Nicholas Kamm, AFP/Getty Images Fox News host Sean Hannity is seen in the White House briefing room in Washington, D.C, Jan. 24, 2017.

Some conservatives are destroying their Keurig coffee machines in protest of the company pulling ads from Sean Hannity's show over his coverage of the sexual misconduct allegations levied at Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore.

Keurig,, 23 and Me, Eloquii and Nature's Bounty all pulled their ads from the television show, in response to the Fox host urging viewers not to rush to judgment against Moore.

On social media, many used the hashtag #BoycottKeurig to slam the company for pulling its ads. Some posted videos of themselves smashing their Keurig machines and others vowed never to use the coffee maker again.

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  Hannity: Moore answered my questions Fox news host Sean Hannity said Wednesday night that Alabama Republican Senate nominee Roy Moore answered the questions he posed to him the previous night about the sexual misconduct allegations he is facing. "Now we demanded, rightly, answers form Judge Moore," Hannity said on his show. "He provided them to the specific questions we asked."Hannity on Tuesday said he would give Moore "24 hours" to provide evidence that he did not engage in sexual misconduct with teenage girls, or he should step aside from the race.

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Hannity tweeted that he was "humbled and speechless," by the videos and the calls to boycott Keurig.

The backlash started after the Washington Post published a story Thursday detailing four women who accused Moore of pursuing relationships with them when they were teenagers in the late 1970s and early '80s.

During an interview with Hannity on his Friday radio show, Moore said he didn't know one of the women who came forward. He went on to say he knew two other women named in the story, but said dating teenagers was “not my customary behavior” at the time.

“I’m not going to dispute anything, but I don’t remember anything like that,” he told Hannity. “I don’t remember dating any girl without the permission of her mother.”

While some slammed Keurig, others used the hashtag to thank the company for standing against Hannity's handling of the situation.

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