USAA Returns Ads to Hannity After Pressure, But Still Supports Gay Gala

USAA pulled its advertising after an uproar surrounding FoxNews personality Sean Hannity — and then reversed course after its members complained:

USAA released a statement confirming it had reinstated its Hannity advertisements as a result of the outcry.

“We heard concerns from many members who watch and listen to these programs.

“Our goal in advertising has always been to reach members of the military community who would benefit from USAA’s well-known commitment to service.”

Kind of makes you wonder how those same conservative Hannity supporters would feel to know USAA has become an annual sponsor of Ashley Broadway’s AMPA gay gala. The annual party’s sole purpose is to celebrate homosexuality.

Broadway’s AMPA recently led the charge against Secretary of the Army nominee Mark Green because he expressed his Christian beliefs regarding sexuality and the protection of women.

It would appear that in USAA’s eyes, nothing says car insurance and “support the troops” like sponsoring a gay gala of activists who outright target Christians for discrimination.

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2 comments

  • I had been a loyal member of USAA for 30+ years. In January of 2017, I switched. The companies founding principals and support to members has declined each year the past 5 years. I do not regret my decision, it was difficult being with them for so long. Member voices and member dollars speak loud and clear. There are other “Great” insurance companies with a value system much like USAA had at one time towards its members. The $24 billion in revenue the past years has certainly changed the USAA leadership perspective.

    • Anonymous Patriot

      Could you indulge us in some examples of what they have done? I am genuinely curious.

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