Tuesday, April 04, 2017

The O'Reilly Exodus!

Now Bill O'Reilly is the latest right wing agitator on the ropes. An ad boycott could undo the cable news host.

I can picture Ludacris laughing in his home watching his old nemesis suffer.

Fox News Channel's Bill O'Reilly is under fire. For years, he's been able to escape the storm of controversy. O'Reilly's oftentimes controversial rhetoric was really popular with viewers.

The O'Reilly Factor pulls in heavy viewing audiences and is a profitable show.

It seems like now his mouth could be his undoing.

As of today, many companies are pulling from his show after allegations of his parent company 21st Century Fox paying out numerous women after they claimed O'Reilly had sexually harassed them.

Now the Color of Change, Media Matters for America, Sleeping Giants are teaming up.

They are working on getting major advertisers to leave en masse.

As of tonight over 18 companies have pulled from The O'Reilly Factor.

Sanofi Consumer Care
Constant Contact
Ainsworth Pet Nutrition
T. Rowe Price
Credit Karma
True Car

This controversy is ongoing and it won't be long before the executives over at 21st Century Fox and even Bill O'Reilly himself addresses this.

I mean the pressure is on and people are working hard to get rid of the divisiveness. We need to put an end to the hate, sexism, anti-Black, anti-LGBT, anti-immigrant, and anti-Muslim rhetoric.

These agitators in the junk food media make a profit off of hate. It's time to hit them in their wallets!

Progressives, who's next to fall?

Will it be Fox News, Tucker Carlson (The Daily Caller), Ann Coulter, Michelle Malkin, Mark Levin, Eric Bolling, Joseph Paul Watson (of Infowars), Alex Jones (of Infowars and Prison Planet), Jim Hoft (Gateway Pundit), Jeanine Pirro or Sean "Softball" Hannity?

Who's next? Who is the next conservative agitator to fall? @slpng_giants

Alex Jones
Gateway Pundit
The Drudge Report
Michelle Malkin
Ann Coulter
Mark Levin
Tucker Carlson
Joseph Paul Watson
Eric Bolling
Sean "Softball" Hannity
Poll Maker

So any thoughts on Bill O'Reilly's advertisers leaving his show?

Will he be the next to fall?

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