Media Matters has lost the battle thanks in part to emails that urged advertisers to stay with Sean Hannity.
Florida Family Association’s campaigns appear to have helped stop Media Matters attack on Sean Hannity’s advertisers dead in its tracks. Media Matters targeted companies that advertised 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.
Florida Family Association 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 Florida Family Association launched this email campaign to urge more than fifty companies to stay with Sean.
Additionally, seven of the eleven companies that Media Matters claims 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.
Florida Family Association 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 has 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.