BREAKING USAA Gets BAD News After Pulling Ads from Hannity Show – News

BREAKING USAA Gets BAD News After Pulling Ads from Hannity Show – News


USAA Gets BAD News After Pulling Ads from
Hannity Show. USAA, an insurance, bank and financial services
company that caters to active duty military, veterans and their families, has found itself
in hot water today after submitting to liberals by removing its ads from Sean Hannity’s
Fox News show. The Gateway Pundit reported that Hannity is
a proud supporter of the U.S. military, and many veterans are now saying they will boycott
USAA and any other company that removes their ads from his show. This came after Democratic Party front group
Media Matters posted a list of Hannity’s advertisers due to the fact that the Fox News
host was asking questions about the unsolved 2016 murder of Democratic Party activist Seth
Rich in Washington, D.C. and possible connections to Wikileaks. As of this writing, seven companies
have removed their advertising from Hannity’s program: Cars.com, Casper, Crowne Plaza, Leesa
Sleep, Peloton, Ring.com and USAA. Twitter users are firing back at USAA in a
big way: and Other Twitter users also said that they
too were canceling their accounts with USAA:

5 comments

  1. This had nothing to do with being conservative. Its a BS news story and people were right to put thier foot down and spank Hannity.

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