Fed-Up Americans Launch Campaign to Make David Hogg Go Away Once and For All


The mainstream media’s favorite gun control poster boy, David Hogg, has launched a full on campaign geared towards getting Fox News host Laura Ingraham fired from the network. It all started when Ingraham jokingly tweeted about Hogg’s own Tweet about being rejected from multiple colleges. Hogg took the joke a little too personally and insisted that his followers boycott Ingraham’s show and all companies who run ads during it.

The left is thrilled that Hogg is now the face of the anti-Second Amendment movement. We have included a list of the eleven companies who have pulled ads from The Ingraham Angle in case you were thinking about joining the boycott against the boycott.

BizPac Review reported:

Eleven companies so far have pulled their advertising from “The Ingraham Angle,” after the 17-year old unleashed his fury on the conservative primetime host because she hurt his feelings by tweeting about his college rejections – a fact he openly declared himself.

CBS News reported that who have announced that they will no longer be showing ads on Ingraham’s show include The Atlantis, Paradise Island resort; Office Depot, Jenny Craig, Hulu, Nutrish, TripAdvisor, Expedia, Wayfair, StitchFix, Nestlé and Johnson & Johnson. The companies claimed that their standards don’t align with the standards of Ingraham. They felt that she was divisive and demeaning. Ironically, she was “demeaning” to a kid who is using an anti-gun movement to bully others, calling all NRA members child murderers.

Conservative Americans aren’t ready to just let Hogg get away with acting like a bully while simultaneously complaining about being bullied. The 11 companies who took Hogg’s side should really watch their backs now that they have stabbed Ingraham in hers.

From BizPac Review:

Daily Wire editor-in-chief Ben Shapiro called out the student gun control activist for pressuring advertisers into dropping conservative Laura Ingraham over a dig at his self-admitted college acceptance difficulties. On Twitter, Shapiro challenged Hogg to apologize to public figures whom he has maligned.

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