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But the move to pull their ads appears to have backfired online for USAA, which caters to U. “I've been a member for 34 years and I am very much considering pulling my membership,” wrote Robert Firnberg. I've never been so disappointed in a company that I'm affiliated with it all my life.” “So disappointing to hear you are pulling ads from Hannity,” wrote Debra Ann Day.“Conservatives do business with your company, too, you know.” So far, nine advertisers have pulled out of Hannity’s show after he continued to promote a baseless story that claimed Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich was possibly murdered for releasing DNC emails to Wikileaks.Fox retracted its story six days after first posting it, saying in a statement it "was not initially subjected to the high degree of editorial scrutiny we require for all our reporting." Hannity took off two days last week for a long Memorial Day weekend and is scheduled to return on Tuesday. You have encouraged us in our mission — to provide quality news and watchdog journalism."Those who suggest otherwise are going to look foolish,” Fox News said in a statement. Some of you have even followed through with subscriptions, which is especially gratifying.

(If you think “Ok Cupid’s Nice Guys” are a trip, just wait until you get a load of these clowns.) And you know those GOP types are into some wild shit, so if you’re a liberal Democrat who thinks that sites like Fetlife and Collarspace have lost their edge in recent years, you may want to consider swiping right…way right.“I actually love the idea,” Hannity tells the International Business Times. ’” One can assume that Hannity is being figurative when he says he put this young man “under the gun,” but it would be his God-given right to be quite literal about it if he so desired.

Hannity - host of his The Sean Hannity Show - has fired off a number of tweets in recent days referencing meetings with his lawyers.

He had launched a passionate Twitter defense of Shine last week when speculation was rife that his time at the network was coming to an end.

The polarizing host tweeted on Thursday afternoon amid rumors Shine was losing support from the Murdochs - particularly Rupert's sons James and Lachlan.

New York Magazine cited a source close to Shine - who has been with Fox News since its inception - as saying he was 'expressing concern about his future at the network.'The magazine's writer, Gabriel Sherman, claimed in the piece James and Lachlan Murdoch have refused to publicly back Shine.

(If you think “Ok Cupid’s Nice Guys” are a trip, just wait until you get a load of these clowns.) And you know those GOP types are into some wild shit, so if you’re a liberal Democrat who thinks that sites like Fetlife and Collarspace have lost their edge in recent years, you may want to consider swiping right…way right.“I actually love the idea,” Hannity tells the International Business Times. ’” One can assume that Hannity is being figurative when he says he put this young man “under the gun,” but it would be his God-given right to be quite literal about it if he so desired.Hannity - host of his The Sean Hannity Show - has fired off a number of tweets in recent days referencing meetings with his lawyers.He had launched a passionate Twitter defense of Shine last week when speculation was rife that his time at the network was coming to an end.The polarizing host tweeted on Thursday afternoon amid rumors Shine was losing support from the Murdochs - particularly Rupert's sons James and Lachlan.New York Magazine cited a source close to Shine - who has been with Fox News since its inception - as saying he was 'expressing concern about his future at the network.'The magazine's writer, Gabriel Sherman, claimed in the piece James and Lachlan Murdoch have refused to publicly back Shine.They also ignored his request to release a statement supporting him. #Istandwithshine.'Shine had reportedly become an unpopular figure at the network in recent weeks, following the ouster of Bill O'Reilly amid a new sex scandal at the right-wing network.