Fox News host takes time off as advertisers flee in the middle of school shooting Twitter fight

Fox News reveal host Laura Ingraham announced on her program late Friday that she is taking next week off, after nearly a dozen marketers dropped her show after the conservative expert mocked a teenage survivor of the Florida school massacre on Twitter.Eleven business so far have pulled their advertisements after a pushback by Parkland trainee David Hogg, 17, who required a boycott of her advertisers.Hogg took aim at the host’s program, “Ingraham Angle”, after she taunted him on Twitter on Wednesday, implicating him of grumbling about being rejected by four colleges to which he had applied.Hogg is a survivor of the Feb. 14 mass shooting that eliminated 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in the Parkland suburban area of Fort Lauderdale. He and other classmates have ended up being the faces of a new youth-led movement calling for tighter restrictions on firearms.Hogg tweeted a list of a lots companies that advertise on”The Ingraham Angle” and prompted his supporters to require that they cancel their ads.Any trainee ought to take pride in a

4.2 GPA– incl.< a href ="" > @DavidHogg111 . On reflection, in the spirit of Holy Week, I ask forgiveness for any upset or

injure my tweet triggered him or any of the brave victims of Parkland. For the record, I believe my program was the very first to feature David …(1/2)& mdash>; @IngrahamAngle On Thursday, Ingraham tweeted an apology”in the spirit of Holy Week,” saying she was sorry for any hurt or upset she had actually triggered

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victims”of Parkland.But her apology did not stop companies from departing.I 100%agree an apology in an effort simply to save your advertisers is insufficient. I will just accept your apology just if you knock the method your network has treated my friends and I in this battle. It’s time to love thy

neighbor, not mudsling at children.— @davidhogg111 The business revealing that they are cancelling their advertisements are: Nutrish, the family pet food line produced site TripAdvisor Inc, online furniture seller Wayfair Inc., the world’s largest packaged food business, Nestle SA, online streaming service Hulu, travel site Expedia Group Inc and online personal shopping service Sew Fix.According to CBS News, four other companies signed up with the list Friday: the home workplace supply shop Office Depot, the dieting company Jenny Craig, the Atlantis, Paradise Island resort and Johnson & Johnson which produces pharmaceuticals in addition to consumer items such as Band-Aids, Neutrogena charm items and Tylenol.Hogg composed on Twitter that an apology simply to mollify advertisers was insufficient.Ingraham’s program operates on Fox News, part of Rupert Murdoch’s Twenty-First Century Fox Inc. A Fox News agent was not immediately readily available for remark.