While many advertisers are breaking ties with Fox News's Tucker Carlson, other businesses continue as usual.
The host of "Tucker Carlson Tonight" was involved in controversy after claiming that the immigrants were the United States. "dirty" in his show last week.
"We have a moral obligation to admit to the world's poor, they tell us, even as our country becomes poorer, dirtier and more divided," he said.
In this Show doubled that feeling in his show on Monday night.
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In response to the controversy Fox released an e-mail statement Tuesday
"We can not and do not allow voices like Tucker Carlson to be censored by agenda-driven intimidation attempts by people like Moveon.org, Media Matters and Sleeping Giants." Last month An attempt was made to harass and terrorize Tucker and his family at home, and he is now back on Twitter with activist activists from far left spokesman threatened political motives, "it says in the statement.
"Although we do not call for a boycott, these groups never target other broadcasters and operate under completely hypocritical double standards
Below we have compiled a list of companies that still deal with Carlson:
1) Mitsubishi [AspokesmanforMitsubishitoldHuffPostinastatementonMondaythatthecompany'sadvertisingeffortsdependondemographicsandpsychographynotpolitics"
" Our strategic marketing goal is to share our most important product news with consumers through various media channels. We will monitor the situation and adjust our advertising if necessary. "
AstraZeneca spokesman told HuffPost that" decisions about our advertising purchase are based primarily on customer affiliation and demographic relevance to educate patients. "
The company also said that" the content and opinions of the outlets, networks or websites we promote do not reflect our views or values as a company. "AstraZeneca would" regularly monitor our media programs to make sure that this is the case It is aligned with our corporate values. "and" will continue to value our advertising purchases for increased attention on this issue. "
3) John Deere
A John Deere spokesperson told the Hollywood Reporter that it was" an advertiser on the Fox Network "and" our ads appear on various shows on the network.
4) Alka-Seltzer Plus
A spokesman for Baye r producing Alka-Seltzer Plus also said to THR: "Opinions or views expressed by the network's news broadcasts or their hosts are exclusive those of the network and do not necessarily reflect those of Bayer. Given the great media diversity today and the broad public opinion on a particular topic, it would be impossible to find a large television or radio network whose entire program schedule appeals to all viewers. Although our programming environment is not always supported by everyone, we have very specific guidelines to ensure that our commercials are kept in acceptable content. "
" However, we regularly evaluate our advertising placements and make informed decisions to continue attitudes based on our beliefs, values, and ethical considerations. Bayer supports a culture that ensures respect, dignity and opportunities for each individual. We also value our consumers' opinions and take them into account when deciding on the placement of advertisements.
5) Farmers Insurance
A spokesperson for Farmers Insurance told The Daily Beast in a statement that the company's purchase decisions are not made politically.
"Farmers invests in a wide range of networks and programs that reflect the diversity of opinions and views of the nation. Farmers' advertising decisions should not be construed as a support of any kind as to the content of a show or the people appearing on the show. "
Michael J. Lindell, inventor and CEO of MyPillow – Carlson's largest advertiser in terms of dollars spent per Kantar Media – told the Associated Press that the brand does not intend to connect with cut off the show, and that Lindell "made all my advertising decisions based on what's best for MyPillow, my clients, and my staff. "
7) Gold Bond
A spokesman for Sanofi producing Gold Bond told the Hollywood Reporter," As you may know, Sanofi buys time and space for advertising that is negotiated well in advance. " is never an endorsement of a show and / or the content of a show. "
Earlier advertisers of the show, many of whom aired commercials this week, have not responded to HuffPost, though they'll continue to advertise with Carlson. These include: Enterprise Holdings, Pfizer, Cigna, Boehringer Ingelheim, Sleeps, Weather Tech, 23 and Me, Tommy John, Visionworks, Progressive, Ford, Honda, Cascade, Sandals Resorts, Lexus, Cadillac, Jenny Craig, Ebex, EPIX, Peloton, Coravin, Career Builder, Allstate, Subaru and Energizer. An Infiniti spokesman declined to comment on HuffPost.
This is an evolving story.