You, the people, stopped the Media Matters attack on Sean Hannity ‘dead in its tracks’

Florida Family Association’s campaigns appear to have stopped Media Matters attack on Sean Hannity’s advertisers dead in its tracks.  Media Matters targeted companies that advertise on Sean Hannity because of his conservative values.  Sean Hannity is a true American patriot.  Hannity has reported news that no other cable news host has produced.  He has relentlessly stood for traditional Judeo Christian values.

We launched several email campaigns that urged advertisers to keep supporting the Sean Hannity Show.  One email campaign allowed supporters to send emails to over fifty companies urging them to keep advertising on Hannity.  Media Matters has reported no new companies dropping Sean Hannity since we launched this email campaign to urge more than fifty companies to stay with Sean.

Additionally, seven of the eleven companies that Media Matters claimed were “advertisers who’ve announced they’ll no longer advertise on Hannity” are back on the Sean Hannity Show and/or renounced Media Matters’ report.   Boehringer Ingelheim makers of Dulcolax, reported as no longer advertising, was recorded as advertising again during the June 9, 2017 edition of the Sean Hannity Show.  InterContinental Hotels Group, GoodRX and Ring.com also responded by stating that Media Matters had erroneously reported that these companies had stopped advertising on the Sean Hannity Show.

We launched three separate email campaigns that urged USAA, Viking Cruises and TD Ameritrade to reinstate advertising on Sean Hannity.  Media Matters had reported these companies as three of the eleven companies that had stopped advertising on the Sean Hannity Show.   USAA announced that they would resume advertising on Hannity.  Viking Cruises was recorded as advertising again on June 9, 2017.  TD Ameritrade responded with a statement claiming that Media Matters’ had incorrectly reported that they had stopped advertising.

Media Matters lost big thanks to the tens of thousands of emails that people sent through the Floridafamily.org email server that urged advertisers to stay with Sean Hannity.

Florida Family Association launched an online campaign to counter allure magazine’s push for acceptance of the hijab, an oppressive Islamist symbol, with Fourth of July American colors.  The July issue of allure magazine headlining a Muslim woman wearing a red, white and blue hijab on the front cover made the news racks and mail boxes just in time for its propaganda to take advantage of the Fourth of July.  The magazine also included eight pages of hijab photographs.  The allure cover headline states: “This is an American Beauty.”  Sounds just like other leftist media such as The Learning Channel which sought to push its propaganda to normalize Islamist program titled “All-American Muslim.”  The cover subheading states:  “Meet Halima. Muslim. Model.  Destroyer of Stereotypes.”

The hijab does not symbolize the freedoms and liberties bestowed upon all women who are under the protection of the United States Constitution.  Our online campaign allowed thousands of people to send emails to fifteen companies that advertised in the July 2017 issue of allure magazine.  Emails urged advertisers urge to be more careful in the future to sponsor content that embraces the liberties of the United States Constitution instead of Islamist tenets that oppress women and minorities.

Huffington Post laid off 39 employees amid cutbacks, plans new editorial version after losing 420 out of 439 advertisers.   Huffington Post published an article titled “HuffPost Lays Off Dozens Amid Corporate Cutbacks” on June 14, 2017.  The article states in part:  “Writers Guild of America, East, HuffPost’s union, said Wednesday that they were notified of 39 members being laid off.  The HuffPost layoffs come as Lydia Polgreen, who took over as editor-in-chief earlier this year, is assembling a newsroom leadership team, which includes former Daily News Editor-in-Chief Jim Rich, and charting a new editorial vision. She recently oversaw a rebranding of the site, which was co-founded by Arianna Huffington, who left the company in August.”

Huffington Post laid off the 39 employees after Florida Family Association influenced 420 out of 439 companies to stop advertising and influenced a drop from 61 companies advertising during the month of September 2016 to 19 companies in May 2017.   It is highly unlikely that Huffington Post’s parent company, Verizon, would have cut HuffPost’s workforce by twenty percent if the news site was making the profits it did when Verizon acquired AOL.  AOL purchased Huffington Post in 2011.  Verizon purchased AOL in 2015.  It is important to keep the pressure on companies to stop supporting this leftist, Islamist loving, America hating website.  Florida Family Association will diligently keep the pressure on.

Florida Family Association continues to influence more and more companies to stop supporting pro-Islamist web sites with advertising dollars.  Our numbers continue to grow.

  • Four hundred forty eight (448) out of four hundred seventy (470) companies have stopped advertising at Huffingtonpost.com since Florida Family Association started contacting advertisers in April 2016.  Ninety five percent (95%) of the companies stopped advertising as of June 30, 2017.   We have nine (9) ongoing email campaigns that target companies who are advertising at Huffingtonpost.com.  The companies that continued to advertise at Huffingtonpost.com include: Allstate, Amazon, American Express, AT&T, Core Digital Media – Lowermybills.com, CreditCards.com, Discover, Equifax, Everquote, Fiat Chrysler, General Motors, Goldman Sachs, Healthination, Hyundai, Lending Tree, Lifelock (Symantec), Microsoft Edge, Monex, Newchic.com, Rooms To Go, TD Ameritrade and TIAA.org.
  • One hundred sixteen (116) out of one hundred twenty (123) companies have stopped advertising at Aljazeer.com since Florida Family Association started contacting advertisers in February 2017.  Ninety four percent (94%) of the companies stopped advertising as of June 30, 2017.  We have one email campaign that targets Lifelock which is advertising at Ajazeera.com.  The companies that continued to advertise at Aljazeera.com include: Core Digital Media – lmbinsurance.com, CreditCards.com, Equifax, Everquote, Lifelock (Symantec), Monex and Robert Kennedy College.

Florida Family Association has numerous ongoing campaigns focused on Defending American Values against Islamization of America.  To see these campaigns please go to Floridafamily.org.

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