Keurig is attempting to backpedal after making their left-wing intentions clear with a decision to boycott Sean Hannity’s show on Fox News.
Hannity is being smeared by liberals as pro-pedophile after interviewing embattled Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore on a broadcast interview.
When conservatives rushed to Hannity’s defense (he has said if proven true, the allegations disqualify Moore from public service) Keurig sent an apology – not to the public but to employees.
The apology, a blandly-worded bromide about not “taking sides in politics,” are not going-over “smashingly” well.
Conservatives have rallied on Twitter with a campaign to smash their Keurig coffee machines, destroying the gadgets in all sorts of fun, creative ways.
Here’s a highlight reel:
This is a fun new form of protest that doesn’t force others to be involved, and lets voters take their frustrations out on an inanimate object.
If ever a watermelon farmer boycotts a show on Fox News, look out.