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USAA Changes Course After Backlash for Dropping its Advertising with Sean Hannity

USAA created quite a controversy on May 24 after announcing it would no longer advertise with Fox News host Sean Hannity.

The announcement came among the news that Hannity shared a story about DNC staffer Seth Rich and WikiLeaks. But Hannity fans weren’t happy with USAA’s decision.

They came out and protested online, many of whom dropped their insurance and personal accounts with USAA because they were not supporting “free speech.”

USAA has now gone back to running ads on Hannity’s program after Hannity made the decision to stay to Fox News.

According to the Associated Press:

The USAA financial services firm is reinstating its advertising on Sean Hannity’s Fox News Channel program after receiving heavy criticism for its initial decision from many of the military members and veterans that it serves.

The San Antonio, Texas-based company said Tuesday it will also start advertising again on other programs where it had suspended ads, including “Hardball” and “The Rachel Maddow Show” on MSNBC, and Jake Tapper’s “The Lead” on CNN.

After the news, Hannity asked his supporters to continue to support USAA.

Some well-known conservatives commented on the news:

Hannity will return to Fox News on Tuesday.