Trumpsters love Roy Moore so much they’re breaking their Keurig coffee makers

Sean Hannity’s coverage of Republican Senate Candidate Roy Moore’s allegations of past inappropriate sexual conduct with underage girls is starting to cost Fox News.

Hannity has made it his mission to discredit Moore’s accusers and invoked the Ten Commandments as he inferred the victims were lying. He also brought on guests to cast doubt on women who come forward years after they are abused, harassed or the victim of inappropriate sexual conduct.

In response, at least two major advertisers have distanced themselves from Hannity’s program.

One of the advertisers was coffee maker company Keurig, which was confronted by Angelo Carusone, the president of media watchdog group Media Matters for America:

Angelo, thank you for your concern and for bringing this to our attention,” the company tweeted. “We worked with our media partner and FOX news to stop our ad from airing during the Sean Hannity Show.”

Another advertiser, Realtor.com, said it is not currently advertising during Hannity and would now not be considering doing so in the future.

Media Matters had previously published a list of companies advertising during Hannity’s program — Hannity is a Trump sycophant — though it’s unclear if any of the companies had pulled their ads specifically in response to Hannity’s coverage of the Moore scandal. Neither Keurig nor Realtor.com mentioned the incident.

Right-wingers were particularly offended by the companies’ decision not to associate themselves with victim-blaming rhetoric and defending Roy Moore — who, in his 30’s, had repeated sexual encounters with teenage girls, with the youngest being 14 years old, The Washington Post reported.

These good conservatives lashed out at and renounced the companies on Twitter, saying that they threw away, returned or broke their coffee makers in some attempt at a boycott:

Hannity has noted that should the allegations against Moore be true, the Alabama Republican should end his Senate campaign. The national Republican Senatorial Committee has pulled its funding from Moore’s campaign.