Han­nity fans smash Keurig machines

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NEW YORK (AP) — A de­ci­sion by Keurig to stop advertisin­g on Sean Han­nity’s Fox News pro­gram has sup­port­ers of the con­ser­va­tive host de­stroy­ing the com­pany’s cof­fee mak­ers.

Keurig an­nounced that it had pulled advertisin­g from “Han­nity” af­ter sev­eral Twit­ter users ques­tioned the com­pany’s sup­port for the host, cit­ing Han­nity’s cov­er­age of al­le­ga­tions against Repub­li­can Alabama U.S. Se­nate can­di­date Roy Moore. Moore has been ac­cused hav­ing sex­ual con­tact with a 14-year-old girl 40 years ago.

The move has prompted sev­eral peo­ple to de­stroy Keurig prod­ucts in protest and post videos to so­cial me­dia.

Han­nity re­posted one of the videos on Twit­ter with the com­ment “love it.”

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