Radical leftist George Soros has ties to over 187 organizations with tentacles that run deep and have a profound influence on so many opinions and decisions Americans make every day. From the media, to organizing and funding radical, violent groups created to promote a division in America like Black Lives Matter, to federal judges, as well as state and federal representatives across America, George Soros and his billions have infiltrated almost every aspect of our lives. Media Matters is one of his more dangerous organizations because most people don’t even realize the propaganda they’re reading is being funded by one of the most evil men in America…
The USAA financial services firm is reinstating its advertising on Sean Hannity’s Fox News Channel program after receiving heavy criticism for its initial decision from many of the military members and veterans that it serves.
The San Antonio, Texas-based company said Tuesday it will also start advertising again on other programs where it had suspended ads, including “Hardball” and “The Rachel Maddow Show” on MSNBC, and Jake Tapper’s “The Lead” on CNN.
Following Hannity’s reporting on (what the AP calls
a discredited conspiracy theory) involving the death of a Democratic National Committee staff member, the liberal advocacy group Media Matters last week posted a list of his show’s advertisers – and USAA was one of 10 to say it was pulling its commercials. At the time, the USAA said the company’s policy was to avoid politically opinionated shows.
But many of USAA’s customers reacted angrily, and it didn’t help when the company’s advertising on other opinion shows was pointed out.
USAA said it wasn’t trying to favor one set of political views over another.
“We heard concerns from many members who watch and listen to these programs,” USAA said in a statement on Tuesday. “Our goal in advertising has always been to reach members of the military community who would benefit from USAA’s well-known commitment to service. Today, the lines between news and editorial are increasingly blurred.”
The advertising is returning while the company reviews its policy about avoiding the opinion shows.
Hannity was due to return to Fox Tuesday following a brief vacation. He had said he would no longer talk about the shooting death of Seth Rich last year following pleas from the man’s family, although his network had retracted an online story about Rich because it hadn’t met its reporting standards.
Brent Bozell, president of the conservative Media Research Center, said he wasn’t surprised by USAA’s decision, “given the avalanche” of protests. His group was behind mobilizing that backlash, and said its members generated more than 1,600 phone calls to USAA within 48 hours. –AP