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Parkland student David Hogg's advertiser boycott targeting Fox News host Laura Ingraham is turning out to be a gift from the gods.
Ingraham's ratings have surged massively in the key demo and hit new all-time highs overall upon her returning to the air last week.
From The Wrap:
Fox News host Laura Ingraham has lost advertisers, but she's gained ratings: Last week she earned her best ever.After returning, she bravely criticized the Syria strikes and mocked Sebastian Gorka for lashing out at her other guest for opposing them.
Last week, Ace Hardware reversed its decision to stop advertising on her show, exactly one week after it announced it would part ways with the Fox News host.Contrast this story with that of Starcucks, also known as StarSchmucks.
Executive Chairman and former CEO Howard Schultz did everything in his power to virtue signal about how wonderfully progressive his company was, yet now he's being hoisted by his own petard.
The new CEO is falling all over himself apologizing because cops asked a few loiterers to leave:
Nonetheless, the hits just keep on coming:
The social justice brigade is piling on:
They're being called "anti-black."
Whereas right-wingers are sick and tired of all this social justice garbage, leftists are intent on tearing down everything around them. The companies who cave to these boycotts and give into these social justice mobs are going to get the social justice they crave given to them good and hard.
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