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Anti-conservative activist David Hogg supported by Media Matters influence Ace Hardware to drop Laura Ingraham Show.

Laura Ingraham defends our values. We need to defend Laura Ingraham.


The email for this article was deactivated after Ace Hardware claims it did not pull advertising from Laura Ingraham's show as reported by Huffingtonpost.com, The Wrap.com and Medimatters.org report.

Post a Facebook message to encourage Ace Hardware officers and directors to resume advertising on Laura Ingraham's show.   https://www.facebook.com/acehardware/

HuffPost published an article boasting that David Hogg influenced yet another company to stop advertising on Laura Ingraham’s show because Mr. Hogg believes that he is entitled to be as bad as he wants to be without Ingraham’s truthful criticism.   HuffPost reports in part:  Ace Hardware will no longer advertise on “The Ingraham Angle,” TheWrap reported on Thursday. “I can confirm that we do not have any plans to nationally advertise on Ingraham’s show in the future,” an unnamed spokeswoman for the company told the website.

Media Matters has swung into full force to take advantage of David Hogg’s cry for “safe space” by going after her advertisers.  But the George Soros funded Media Matters could care less about David Hogg.  Media Matters wants to annihilate conservative radio and television personalities who speak the truth.

David Hogg, Stoneman Douglas High School student and now anti-conservative activist, thrust himself into the limelight of the media market after the Broward School shooting by launching fiery words at many people and organizations.  David Hogg:

•    Called the Governor of Florida Rick Scott ‘Voldemort’ in expletive-laced interview as he criticized the NRA and ‘old a** parents who don’t know how to use democracy.’ 
•    Attacked U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (FL) and accused him of trading students’ lives for campaign donations. 
•    Attacked the NRA for the many years the organization has defended the Second Amendment Rights of citizens.  
•    Threatened lawmakers to be prepared to be fired by voters for their support of the Second Amendment.  
•    Attacked U.S. Senator John McCain (AZ) for accepting contributions from the NRA. 

Laura Ingraham tweeted criticism of David Hogg’s GPA and public whining about being rejected by four colleges.  The veracity of Ingraham’s very few comments is minuscule compared to Hogg’s super aggressive, expletive laced attacks on many people and organizations.  David Hogg fired off at advertisers calling on them to pull off of Ingraham’s show.  Several companies stopped advertising.  Florida Family Association posted an article that reports all of the companies that have dropped Laura Ingraham's show.

Rush Limbaugh stated on his show that David Hogg has the savvy and acumen of a media professional with 20 to 30 years of experience.  Hogg thrust himself into the limelight of the media on a highly controversial issue and attacked many people and organizations.

It is outlandish that some advertisers are willing to give Hogg’s aggressive, in-your-face behavior, a “safe place” by punishing a talk show that expressed truthful commentary regarding Hogg’s behavior.

Laura Ingraham apologized to David Hogg.  But Hogg mocked her apology during a recent CNN interview.   Hogg told CNN "She's only apologizing after a third of her advertisers pulled out.  I think it's great that corporate America is standing with me and the rest of my friends.  Because when you come against any one of us, whether it be me or anybody else, you're coming against all of us.” 

Hogg’s comments regarding Ingraham’s apology make it abundantly clear that his aggressive, in-your-face bullying behavior should not be protected by Corporate America’s advertising decisions.

Florida Family Association has prepared an email for you to send to encourage Ace Hardware officers and directors to resume advertising on Laura Ingraham's show.

The email for this article was deactivated after Ace Hardware claims it did not pull advertising from Laura Ingraham's show as reported by Huffingtonpost.com, The Wrap.com and Medimatters.org report.

Contact information. 

Board of Directors

James W. Ackroyd
Chairman, Ace Hardware Corporation
JAckroyd@acehardware.com

David F. Karsten
Director, Ace Hardware Corporation
Owner of Karstens Ace
dkarsten@karstensace.com

Todd S. Steadman
Director, Ace Hardware Corporation
tstead@acehardware.com

Brett G. Stephenson
Director, Ace Hardware Corporation    
BStephenson@MyAceOnline.com

Karen J. May
Executive Vice President of Human Resources,Mondelez International, Inc.
   
Officers
    
John Venhuizen
CEO
jvenh@acehardware.com

William M. Guzik
Executive VP, CFO & Chief Risk Officer
guzik@acehardware.com

J. Thomas Glenn
President of East Tennessee & Northwest Georgia
tglenn@acehardware.com,tom.glenn@youracehardware.com

Lori L. Bossmann
Executive Vice President of Supply Chain & Retail Support
lboss@acehardware.com

Ace Store Owners

J. Thomas Glenn
President of East Tennessee & Northwest Georgia
tglenn@acehardware.com,tom.glenn@youracehardware.com

Vision Ace
lpa@visionacehardware.com
salesdesk@visionacehardware.com

Ace Hardware of Cleveland
cleveland@youracehardware.com

Ace Hardware Jonesborough, Tennessee
ebrainerd@youracehardware.com

Ace Hardware Chattanooga, Tennessee
hixson@youracehardware.com

Sunshine Ace
Michael Wynn, President

E & H Ace Hardware
Scott Buehler, President
info@ehhardware.com

Ace Hardwared Washington DC Baltimore MD
info@acehardwaredc.com

Rylee's Ace Hardware Inc
Lori Terpstra
Lorit@ryleesace.com


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Tags: Ace Hardware, Laura Ingraham, Media Matters
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