Conservative Host Threatens To Sodomize Parkland Student, Then Resigns

  • Conservative Host Threatens To Sodomize Parkland Student, Then Resigns

Conservative Host Threatens To Sodomize Parkland Student, Then Resigns

Hogg has been the subject of conservative ire following his outspoken comments about gun controlling after a former student opened fire at his high school in February, killing 17 people.

By Monday, Allman left the station, owned by the Sinclair Co., and his show had been canceled.

In addition to his morning radio show, Allman appeared on a nightly news and commentary segment on KDNL-TV Channel 30, an ABC affiliate owned by the Sinclair Broadcast Group.

Allman took to Twitter on March 26, two days before Ingraham ridiculed Hogg on Twitter for being denied admission to several universities, and boasted that he was planning to assault the teen with a fireplace implement.

Atlantis Paradise Island Resort said in a statement that while the company believes in free speech, they also "do not condone discrimination, bullying, mockery or harmful behavior of any kind". Ingraham later apologized and then suddenly took a "vacation", though she insisted that the vacation was planned and had nothing to do with the controversy.

An Allstate memo obtained by the Wrap detailed the company's decision to pull its ads from Ingraham's show.

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Conservative Host Threatens To Sodomize Parkland Student, Then Resigns

The closest she came to discussing her current predicament was mentioning that a "boycott" is one tool used by the political left - or, in her words, "left-wing retaliatory hit squads" - to silence conservatives. She further said Hogg should be proud of his 4.2 grade point average and invited him to return to her show for "a productive discussion".

"It's time to love thy neighbor, not mudsling at children", Hogg wrote.

In Missouri, state Rep. Stacey Newman, a Democrat from Richmond Heights, led calls for a boycott by Allman's sponsors after he sent his tweet. "Even though we hadn't asked for his removal or resignation, (Sinclair) took it upon themselves. People know where the line is".

Sinclair is the largest owner of TV channels in the US and has been seen as pushing a conservative message on its channels - including in recent weeks, when it asked its anchors across the nation to read the same speech warning against "biased and false news".

Sinclair, which owns or operates more than 190 broadcast stations across the country, including 22 NBC affiliates, has faced scrutiny after a viral video that showed a montage of its hosts reading a script that claimed "some members" of the national media were "extremely unsafe to our democracy". Trump said rival TV stations were merely "worried about the competition and quality of Sinclair Broadcast". Louis Archbishop Raymond Burke and executive director of communications for the archdiocese. Neither 97.1 FM nor KNDL responded to messages seeking comment.