Liberty Mutual to stop running ads on Laura Ingraham’s show

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Liberty Mutual will no longer run advertisements on Fox News host Laura Ingraham’s show, the insurance group’s CEO told employees in a memo Friday.

“As many of you know, there have been several media reports regarding TV host Laura Ingraham’s comments regarding one of the students from Parkland, FL, and Liberty Mutual Insurance’s advertising during her program,” the company’s Chairman and CEO David Long wrote. 

“These comments are inconsistent with our values as a company, especially when it comes to treating others with dignity and respect. We are not scheduled to run any future ads on her show and will continue to analyze our advertising placements to make sure they align with our beliefs as a company,” he continued.


Liberty Mutual is at least the 12th advertiser to withdraw support from Ingraham’s show after she mocked Parkland, Fla., high school shooting survivor David Hogg over his college rejections.

Hogg quickly hit back by targeting Ingraham’s advertisers. 

The Fox News host apologized Thursday as companies began to pull ads from her show, saying the student was welcome to come on her program.

Hogg has rejected her apology, arguing Ingraham only offered it because she was losing advertisers.

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