Fox News’ Laura Ingraham continues to face backlash after attacking Parkland survivor David Hogg. On Saturday the latest company to announce a boycott from her show is hearing aid manufacturer Miracle-Ear.
Ingraham’s show “The Ingraham Angler” has already lost 14 advertisers as consequences for her attack on Hogg.
The Fox News host announced on Saturday that she would be taking a vacation, but that didn’t stop Miracle-Ear from becoming the latest company to pull ads from her show.
“As of this morning, we have removed The Ingraham Angle from our TV advertising plan,” the company wrote in a tweet. “It may take a few days for this change to take effect.”
As of this morning, we have removed The Ingraham Angle from our TV advertising plan. It may take a few days for this change to take effect.
— Miracle-Ear (@MiracleEar) March 30, 2018
Miracle-Ear joins other companies who pulled ads from Ingraham’s show. The list includes Nestle, TripAdvisor, Office Dept and Ruby Tuesday, who have abandoned the show in recent days.