After encouraging fans to break their Keurigs, Sean Hannity says he never called for a boycott

After encouraging fans to break their Keurigs, Sean Hannity says he never called for a boycott

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From the November 13 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Sean Hannity Show:

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SEAN HANNITY (HOST): Now, I am a believer in freedom of speech. You've never heard me, in my life on this program, ever support a boycott. I'm not going to support a boycott of Keurig. Now, what's fascinating about this is they went out with a list of I think they said five or six, I don't remember what the number was -- "all these people pulled off Sean Hannity's show, the boycott's working, working, working, working."

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And many of you, unbeknownst to me, see all of this happening, see this effort to get me fired, see this effort to silence my voice, and you started breaking your Keurig coffee machines. And it was hilarious. And, I just kind of retweeted some of the video.

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