That’s more like it!
While several companies succumbed to left-wing peer pressure, others defy the campaign to ruin Tucker Carlson financially and continue to advertise on the second most popular show on cable television.
Perhaps they’re on to something, “Tucker Carlson Tonight” had a whopping 4.8 million viewers last week, less than 100,000 behind Fox News’ “Hannity.”
Here are Tucker Carlson’s leading advertisers:
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell is almost certainly President Trump’s most outspoken supporter in the business community. He is the Minnesota chairman of the Trump reelection campaign, a state the president narrowly lost in 2016 without aggressively campaigning in.
Lindell had an uncompromising response to the anti-Carlson campaign, telling AOL News, “MyPillow is not changing its advertising. I make all my advertising decisions based on what is best for my customers and my employees. MyPillow believes all lives matter and values all our employees and customers, treating them like family.”
Office Depot has not given in to left-wing pressure either. The office supply retailing company has stood with Tucker.
Stamps.com is continuing to advertise on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” as the rebellious Fox News host continues to challenge groupthink and the status quo.
Legacybox, industry leaders in digitizing old family photos and films, advertise heavily on Fox News Channel, and “Tucker Carlson Tonight” is no exception.
Tivity Health, the health improvement powerhouse behind Nutrisystem is continuing to advertise with Tucker Carlson, despite Media Matters and Sleeping Giants providing their minions with links to the company’s social media pages and customer service number.
Sandals Resorts remains committed to advertising on “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” in defiance of the left’s second major ad boycott of the program.
Vehicle accessory company WeatherTech hasn’t pulled commercials from “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” as the pressure for them to do so persists.
How hopeful are you that these companies will continue to stand with Tucker and oppose the cancel culture? As always, let us know your thoughts in the comments section below!