USAA Drops Hannity in Response to Soros-Brock Boycott

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USAA is a financial service company for the military community and their families, according to their Twitter page. USAA apparently doesn’t believe in standing up for the freedoms our Armed Forces fight for including free speech.

USAA pulled their ads from Sean Hannity’s TV show on Fox after Media Matters put Hannity on their hit list.

The shame of it is Hannity is a very big supporter of the military and Media Matters is not.

The company is still advertising on opinion shows on the hard-left MSNBC though they claim that is the reason they conveniently dropped Hannity after the boycott was announced.

The Soros-Brock Media Matters (MM) blog launched a full-scale campaign against Hannity, even publishing the names of all his advertisers. They recently bragged and were quoted in the NY Times as having destroyed Bill O’Reilly exactly this way. Media Matters has threatened Fox with getting all ads removed from all of their Fox News cable shows.

Sean Hannity had been trying to get to the bottom of the unsolved murder of Seth Rich and that was the impetus, or should we say excuse, for this latest assault by the Soros-funded group led by Brock.

The hard-left announced a war on Fox several years ago and they are at war, not only with Fox, but with anyone who disagrees with them.

After MM announced the Hannity advertisers, they updated to include the ones that were pulling ads as a result and USAA is one of them.

The cowardice is bad enough, but USAA is now pretending they don’t advertise on opinion shows and just realized their error.

They have always advertised on O’Reilly, Hannity and other Fox opinion shows. Just saying this and leaving ads on MSNBC is taking a side.

Then, frustratingly, they posted another obnoxious non-response over and over and over in a very passive-aggressive manner as people complained.

Dan Bongino had something to say about Thursday.

10 COMMENTS

  1. Hey USAA you advertise on CNN and MSNBC which are nothing but 99% opinion and distorted news outlets, Hannity is a huge supporter of our military, from what i’am reading online, this may come back to bite you

  2. Have a nice day USAA … I along with my family members will be cancelling our agreements with your company due to your total regard for Fox News broadcasting Mr. Hannity…. Keep your Liberal agenda and the few people that you have that are willing to listen to your bull … If you happen to watch his show he DOES the news… and instead you want the Antifa faction to tell you what to do… Oh well… I will be shopping elsewhere this week…

  3. Shame on you USAA. I go to the V.A. facility near me every week two times. Rest assured I will be sharing this information with everyone I come in contact with and that is many people. You are a disgrace to the country. Go peddle your products and services to George Soros and his sycophants.

  4. USAA needs to fire the nitwit who pulled the advertisements on Fox News, Sean Hannity. USAA managers need to do some homework. It is the military and their families who comprise use your services and products. Most of us are conservatives and independents who watch Sean Hannity.

  5. I pulled half my money out on 5/27/17. The rest will be out by the end of this week. I also cancelled my car insurance.

  6. Finally showing your true colors USAA! How easy we forget who your customer base is. NEVER did I think USAA would bow to pressure from the left to pull their advertising from Sean Hannity, the ultimate patriot! Time to take my 25+ years with USAA and find a organization that respects their members.

  7. I have been a USAA member for 45 years, I have become increasingly dissatisfied in the past 5 years with them, I have multiple services (financial, car, home owners and VIPP) paying thousands of dollars each year. No more. I phoned today and they lied to me. I do not trust them anymore I am researching insurance alternatives. Done and Out!!

  8. This just out on Drudge……..NEW YORK (AP) — The USAA financial services firm says it is reinstating its advertising on Sean Hannity’s Fox News Channel program after receiving heavy criticism from many of the military members and veterans that it serves…………

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