Keurig announced Saturday it had pulled advertising from "Hannity" after several Twitter users questioned the host's coverage the allegations against Moore.
When coffee machine maker Keurig announced Friday it was pulling its ads from Sean Hannity's Fox News show over coverage of the Roy Moore sex abuse scandal, fans of the outspoken host showed their loyalty by posting videos of themselves online destroying their machines.
Hannity said he had to ask Moore several times about whether he dated teenage girls as a man in his 30s, until the judge answered concisely. "With the allegations against Judge Moore, none of us know the truth of what happened 38 years ago. You must immediately and fully come up with a satisfactory explanation for your inconsistencies that I just showed", Hannity said.
That tweet was later deleted, and the company posted a statement on its website Sunday stating it would "continue to place ads across a broad range of networks, including Fox News and its top shows".
Hannity's escalated remarks came days after critics bashed the conservative host for appearing to defend Moore and suggesting that the accusations against him might be false.
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Critics of the interview said Hannity went too easy on Moore.
Hannity's tone on Tuesday night differed from an interview he previously conducted with Moore on his radio show.
Moore addressed the sex misconduct claims again on Tuesday and said he is being "harassed" by members of the media. Leigh Corfman told The Washington Post that she was 14 when Moore - then an assistant district attorney in Alabama - took her to his house and touched her sexually.
Moore had denied knowing his fifth accuser, Brenda Young Nelson, however in a press conference Monday in New York, Nelson had held up her 1977 high school yearbook showing Moore's signature. Moore denies all allegations of sexual misconduct. We needed to correct answers first time on issues of this serious.
Hannity's final word: "Judge Moore, you owe that to the people of Alabama, the Republican Party that you represent and to the country which is suffering under so many problems".