Five more companies have announced they will pull their advertisements from Rush Limbaugh’s radio show, bringing the total number to 20.
Although Rush Limbaugh apologized to Sandra Fluke on Saturday, he also continued his sexist attacks on the Georgetown Law student. Yesterday, Fluke said Limbaugh’s apology — which came after three days of attacks — “doesn’t change anything.”
Advertisers apparently agree, because more than a dozen have dropped Limbaugh’s show since the announcement. The five latest are AccuQuote Life Insurance, Service Magic, PolyCom, Hadeed Carpet, and Thompson Creek.
You can check out ThinkProgress’ complete list of companies that have dropped Rush here.