Fox News Supporters Give Companies That Pulled Ads From Ingraham’s Show a Taste of Their Own Medicine

Fox News host Laura Ingraham and Parkland student and gun control activist David Hogg recently got into a feud. It all began when Ingraham shared a story on Hogg getting rejected from several different colleges even though he has a 4.2 high school GPA. Hogg responded by organizing a boycott of Ingraham’s largest advertisers.

Hogg was successful in his efforts, and the majority of the advertisers he targeted pulled out of their sponsorships. Ingraham apologized to the student, but he refused to accept unless she denounced “the way your network has treated my friends and I in this fight.”

Well now, Fox News supporters are firing back at the companies that decided to pull their ads from Ingraham’s show.

Many people tweeted they would no longer be using the services offered by the companies, creating a counter-boycott of their own.

What do you think?

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