When Keurig decided to side with Soros against Sean Hannity and Roy Moore’s right to defend himself against serious, and shady sex allegations, they released a genie that they’re not going to be able to put back in the bottle…
Three days ago, a Twitter user by the name of Angelo Carusone tried to shame Keurig for adverising on the Sean Hannity Show after Sean interviewed the Repbulican Alabama Senate candidate, Roy Moore, allowing him to tell his side of the story, after 4 women came forward 4 decades later to announce that he sexually abused them when they were teens. The stories of at least 2 of his accusers have been unraveling after non-mainstream media uncovered that one of the anti-Trump accusers worked for Hillary and openly promoted Moore’s Democrat opponent on her Facebook page. The mother of another accuser is challenging the truth behind the Washington Post’s hit story as well.
Curiously, the person who sent the tweet that Keurig responded to is none other than Angelo Carusone, the president of GEORGE SOROS’ Media Matters of America. Here is Carusone’s tweet to Keurig.
Angelo, thank you for your concern and for bringing this to our attention. We worked with our media partner and FOX news to stop our ad from airing during the Sean Hannity Show.
— Keurig (@Keurig) November 11, 2017
Hannity followers were quick to defend the Fox News host, while calling for a boycott against Keurig:
Throwing my Keurig unit and all the coffee in the trash was the first thing I did today after getting back to London where I base. @seanhannity made it very clear he was NOT defending Moore…and his exclusive interview was not to clear him BUT to interrogate him thoroughly.
— Jenifer Stevens (@JeniferStevens) November 12, 2017
Twitter users like Kaya, slammed Keurig for thir decision to pull their advertising from the Sean Hannity show:
Well good luck with the people. We don’t support companies who play politics @Keurig Should have stayed neutral! @seanhannity has an army behind him. You’ll see that this holiday season #BoycottKeurig https://t.co/Z0dcxupyTo
— Kaya Jones (@KayaJones) November 12, 2017
Even actor James Woods got into the game of helping to boycott Keurig on social media with this hilarious tweet:
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) November 13, 2017
The best tweets, however, were the videos of Keurig owners destroying their coffed makers. Snoop Bailey’s video is absolutley hilarious! Sean Hannity loved it so much, he retweeted it.
Another conservative Twitter user, Colin Rugg posted a video of a Keurig Green Mountain coffee maker being dropped over the railing from the second story of a apratment building. The tweet was accompanied by a message asking Twitter users to retweet the video to “offend a liberal”.
“Liberals are offended by this video of a Keurig being thrown off of a building. Please retweet to offend a liberal.”
Liberals are offended by this video of a Keurig being thrown off of a building.
— Collin Rugg (@CollinRugg) November 12, 2017
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After a weekend of taking a brutal bashing on social media, Keurig’s CEO has stepped forward to apologize. The problem is…he’s not apologizing to Keurig customers, and by the looks of his statement, he has no intention of backtracking on his decision to pull Keurig’s advertising from Sean Hannity’s show.
Keurig CEO Bob Gamgort apologized to his employees on Monday for ostensibly “taking sides” in a Media Matters-led boycott of Sean Hannity’s advertisers.
Media Matters president Angelo Carusone spent his weekend tweeting at Hannity’s advertisers and falsely accusing the Fox News host of defending sexual predators. Hannity has said repeatedly that Senate candidate Roy Moore has no place in politics if the allegations that he is a predator are true.
In a memo leaked to Erik Wemple of The Washington Post, Keurig’s Gamgort apologized to his employees for the way the situation was handled.
“The decision to publicly communicate our programming decision via our Twitter account was highly unusual,” Gamgort wrote. “This gave the appearance of ‘taking sides’ in an emotionally charged debate that escalated on Twitter and beyond over the weekend, which was not our intent.”
Gamgort assured the employees that it was outside of protocol for Keurig to announce the ad pulls on Twitter and would make sure “this never happens again.”
“I apologize for any negativity you experienced as a result of this situation and assure you that we will learn and improve going forward,” he stated. –Daily Caller