Massive pharmaceutical company just dropped Laura Ingraham’s Fox News show

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Amid a slew of high-profile departures from Laura Ingraham’s Fox News show after she opted to mock a Parkland shooting survivor comes the most recent company to jump ship.

Bayer has announced that it will no longer advertise on Ingraham’s show, becoming the latest business to walk away from the embattled conservative host.

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The top pharmaceutical company joins the ranks of more than a dozen other sponsors which have abandoned the Fox News host after her misguided attack on the 17-year-old over certain college rejections he’s received.

Yesterday, Hogg – along with the help of his friends, all of whom wield a lot of power with their social media followings – took to Twitter to demand Ingraham’s advertisers pull their sponsorship from her program.

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As of now, Bayer joins the likes of Honda, Ruby Tuesday, Liberty Mutual, Office Depot, Nestle, Wayfair, TripAdvisor, Nutrish, Expedia, Joseph A. Banks, Hulu, Stitch Fix, Atlantis Bahamas, Jenny Craig, and Johnson & Johnson in boycotting Ingraham after her comments.

Amid the exodus, Ingraham did attempt to issue a half-hearted apology to Hogg.

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Hogg, for his part, firmly rejected the transparent olive branch.

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Fox News is learning the hard way that its constant lies, mockery, and fear mongering have no place in the national dialogue– and their dwindling bottom line is proof.

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Brian Tyler Cohen is a political writer, actor, and comedy sketch director. He graduated from Lehigh University with a dual degree in English and Business. He currently lives in Los Angeles.

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