David Hogg, a student from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Who has been outspoken since the mass shooting in Parkland, Fla. (J. Scott Applewhite, left, and Rich Schultz / AP)
A few moments before rolling up on Laura Ingraham's Easter vacation Saturday morning, she tweeted a preflight picture one of her sons. It has all the Easter trappings: parishioners at altar, a communion service complete with a chalice, a haloed figure flanked by angels, watching from above.
"My seat-mate son drew me to Easter present preflight," her accompanying tweet said .
Ingraham told her Fox News show on Friday that the trip is a Easter vacation. David Hogg, a Survivor of the school shooting in Parkland, Fla. The harshest criticism is in the midst of a five-month-old story. , and activist.
The controversy revolves around the treatment of Hogg, one of the survivors of the February shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Over the past few months, Hogg has emerged as one of the most vocal advocates for stronger gun laws. But amid the rallies and talk shows and a ballooning number of Twitter followers.
In an interview with TMZ on Tuesday, Hogg spoke about receiving rejection letters from California colleges. Hogg has an SAT score of 1270 and a grade grade average of 4.2. San Diego, TMZ reported.
On Wednesday morning, Ingraham said: "Hogg as a Gun Rights Provocateur."
"David Hogg Rejected By Four Colleges To Which He Applied And Whats About It," Ingraham Tweeted. News "The Ingraham Angle"
Hogg responded by compiling a list of 12 companies that advertise Fox News's "The Ingraham Angle"  700,000 Twitter followers : "Pick a number 1-12 contact the company next to that #"
More than a dozen advertisers have announced that they were commercializing Ingraham's show, according to ThinkProgress
They included Johnson & Johnson, Nestlé, Hulu, Jos. A. Bank, Jenny Craig, Ruby Tuesday and Miracle-Ear.
Ingraham apologized, but Hogg blasted it as an insincere "effort just to save your advertisers."
The advertisers' efforts to distance themselves Parkland students have amassed and companies fears' about becoming collateral damage in polarizing controversies. As the Washington Post's Amy B Wang, Allyson Chiu and Tracy Jane reported:
The swift results showcase the power that the parkland survivors have, not just organizing corporate rallies but spurring corporate America to act. Fox News personality, Bill O'Reilly, was accused of sexual harassment.
Brands, too, have become a victim of controversy, whether by denouncing white supremacy after neo-Nazis praise their products or by their sponsorship. Since the 2016 election, calls to boycott retailers have become frequent: The #GrabYourWallet campaign started as a protest Trump, and it has been listed.
But Hogg and the other Parkland teens also have a chance to go to their parents' door detractors directly.
"I just think it's a testament to the sick immaturity and broken state of our government when these people feel the need to peddle conspiracy theories about people that were in a school shooting where 17 people died, and it just makes I'm sick, "Hogg told Buzzfeed News.
And he had some specific thoughts on Ingraham's vacation.
Around midnight Friday , he posted a video clip of Ingraham's Announcement.
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