[Ed. – Why businesses should remain politically neutral.]
Single-serving coffee-maker Keurig is in hot water with “Hannity” fans.
Users bitter the Vermont company has pulled its ads from Sean Hannity’s TV show are calling for a boycott and even smashing their devices on video.
“I pulled an ‘Office Space’ with my Keurig…” tweeted New Jersey Marines veteran and life coach John Angelo Gage, along with a video of him taking a hammer to his Keurig in a nod to the 1999 Mike Judge flick. “ Would be a shame if everyone else joined me in the Keurig Smash Challenge #BoycottKeurig #IStandWithHannity #SundayMorning”
The company stopped running ads during Hannity’s 9 p.m. timeslot on Fox News channel after he defended Senate candidate Roy Moore amid allegations Moore routinely pursued romantic relationships with underage girls.
Moore, who is running in a December special election for one of Alabama’s seats in the nation’s upper house, allegedly fondled a 14-year-old girl when he was a 32-year-old assistant district attorney in the 1970s. Several other women have come forward accusing him of pursuing untoward relationships with them while they were teens — all allegations Moore has called “fake news.”