Hannity Encourages His 'Deplorable Friends' to Smash Keurig Machines After Brand Pulls Advertising

Keurig decided to pull advertising from Hannity's show after Twitter users complained about the host's coverage of Roy Moore's abuse allegations, though the company did not cite the issue directly. (Image credit: Twitter)

After Sean Hannity urged viewers not to rush to judgment against Roy Moore, who is facing allegations of sexual misconduct with minors, Keurig customers complained on Twitter, and Keurig pulled its ads from airing during Hannity's show.

Fox News host Sean Hannity on Sunday encouraged Twitter users breaking Keurig machines in an apparent protest after the company said it would no longer advertise during Hannity’s television show.

Hannity also tweeted a 2015 article from the Huffington Post, titled “Your Keurig Machine May Be Covered In Bacteria And Mold,” which described tests performed on the coffee machines by several local CBS affiliates.