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Fox News celebrity makes Parkland students excuse

Fox News host Laura Ingraham has her apology made to survivors and relatives of the recent shooting in Parkland. They did this under pressure from advertisers that flock were no commercials to broadcast on her program if they are not sorry would say, reports The New York Times.

Ingraham took to Twitter to David Hogg, one of the organizers of the March for our Lives. This wanted to the relatives and survivors of the massacre in Parkland protest against the lack of strict wapenwetten in the US. Hogg suggested in the media that various universities he and other organizers of the march had rejected. The Fox host suggested on Twitter that they found that Hogg moaning and appointed about the rejections.

Hogg responded with a call to companies to the program of Ingraham to boycott. With effect: TripAdvisor, Wayfair, Hulu, Nestle and Nutrish threatened Thursday their commercials to pull back.

Little class

They presented themselves not to be able to find in the way of the Fox-celebrity the Parkland-victim was. “It’s not class as an adult, a teenager who just his classmates and has to shoot on this personal way of attacking,” said a spokesperson of e-commerce company Wayfair.

Ingraham offered Thursday night her apologies. “I’m sorry I if I were him or any of the other brave victims of Parkland have been hurt”, she introduced. Also, it Hogg to a time in her program to come.

Hogg to let you know not under the impression of the statements, which they, according to him, clearly under pressure from the advertisers has done.

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