Parkland Survivor’s Boycott Of Advertisers On Laura Ingraham’s TV Show Pays Dividends

Out of nowhere on Wednesday, Fox News host Laura Ingraham felt a sudden need to insert herself into the personal life of Parkland mass shooting survivor David Hogg, who has been a vocal advocate for gun control since the shooting at his high school that left 17 people dead.

On Twitter, Ingraham commented on an article that reported Hogg had been rejected by some colleges he applied to:

That tweet got plenty of angry reaction from others on social media, and Hogg himself decided he’d respond to Ingraham in a way that would most impact her: By urging a boycott of companies that advertise on her show:

Not long after Hogg called for that boycott, the dog food company Nutrish said they would indeed pull their ads from Ingraham’s show:

Of course, as you’d expect when it comes to an issue as divisive as guns and gun control, reaction was mixed after Nutrish made their posting:

After Trip Advisor joined Nutrish and said they too would no longer advertise on Ingraham’s show, the Fox host began walking back her comments:

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