Several Advertisers Pull Ads From Fox News Programs Hosted by Pirro, Carlson

Headline Roundup March 13th, 2019

Several advertisers have reportedly pulled their ads from Fox News programs hosted by Tucker Carlson and Jeanine Pirro. The move comes after Media Matters unearthed audio recordings of Carlson making derogatory comments about underage girls, women, and minorities, as well as after Pirro implied that Rep. Ilhan Omar's hijab shows that she adheres to Sharia law.

Several Advertisers Pull Ads From Fox News Programs Hosted by Pirro, Carlson

From the Center

Multiple advertisers have reportedly said they will pull their ads from Fox News shows hosted by Jeanine Pirro and Tucker Carlson in the wake of inflammatory comments made by each of the hosts.

At least three advertisers have pulled ads from Pirro's show since she suggested during a segment on "Justice with Judge Jeanine" last Saturday that Rep. Ilhan Omar’s (D-Minn.) Islamic beliefs put her at odds with the Constitution, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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