Sean Hannity fans start boycott of Keurig products

Update

The CEO of Keurig has reportedly issued an apology to Sean Hannity.

Original Story

Officials with four major companies, including Keurig, said they will not be advertising on Sean Hannity's Fox News show following criticism over the host's coverage of the allegations against Roy Moore, the Alabama Republican Senate nominee.

Moore is accused of pursuing relationships with teenage girls while he was in his 30's but Moore has denied any wrongdoings.

In response to Keurig cutting ties, his fans called for a boycott of Keurig products.

Fans have since taken to social media – posting videos of themselves smashing coffee pod machines.

Sen. McConnell reacts to Moore allegations

During a tax reform news conference in Louisville, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) was asked about the calls from his Senate colleagues for Moore to leave the race.

Sen. McConnell said it's time for Moore to “step aside” and that he believed the women who made the accusations.

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(This story was originally published on Nov. 13, 2017)


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