After Eviscerating Laura Ingraham’s Advertisers, David Hogg Now Turns On A Fast Food Chain

On Thursday, gun control activist David Hogg called out twelve companies who had advertising deals on the Fox News show in response to a tweet Ingraham posted last Wednesday, in which she mocked the teenager for having been rejected by four University of California colleges.

The boycott had an effect. At least 10 sponsors have pulled their support from “The Ingraham Angle” after the host mocked Parkland, Fla., school shooting survivor David Hogg over his college rejections.

Ingram apologized, but Hogg rebuffed the apology and the battle between the two continues.

Companies including Wayfair, TripAdvisor, Nutrish, and Nestlé have canceled their ads with Ingram.

Via The Daily Caller: Now David Hogg is seeking reparations from one of America’s most beloved fast food chains.
In a series of tweets late Thursday evening hog went after Arby’s for their advertising on Ingraham’s show. Hogg went as far as to publish the private names and emails of executives at Arby’s to pressure them into pulling their advertisements.

The tweets have since been deleted but the screen grab above was captured by Business Insider.

Multiple influential followers of Hogg followed suit, tweeting Arby’s executive board information.”

Arby’s did not immediately respond on whether they will decide to remove their ads from her show! But if they decide to remove ads, we sure will know what to do next. People will never do business with the companies that have pulled advertising over this clown again.

David Hogg needs to get a grip. He has NO authority to demand anything! He is a puppet who thinks he has power. Hopefully, he’s about done with his rampage. I can’t believe the progressive lefties are using politically weaponized children as shields. On second thought, I guess I’m not that surprised.

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