Stitch Fix pulls ads from Laura Ingraham's show

Stitch Fix pulls ads from Laura Ingraham's show
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Stitch Fix is the latest advertiser to pull support from Fox News host Laura Ingraham’s show.

The online personal shopping service confirmed to The Hill that it would be pulling its ads from Ingraham’s show. HuffPost first reported the development.

At least nine advertisers have pulled support from the show since Ingraham mocked Parkland, Fla., school shooting survivor David Hogg for being rejected by colleges.


Hogg fired back by targeting Ingraham’s advertisers. Companies and brands began to pull their support from the show on Thursday.

The Fox News host apologized for her comments on Thursday. However, Hogg rejected the apology, noting that it came after Ingraham began to lose advertisers.