The February 14 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School (MSD) in Parkland, Florida, killed 17 students and staff...
Social media users exhausted of seeing Hogg, hearing Hogg or being lectured by Hogg, launched a campaign to "make him go away".
Conservative commentator and writer, Candace Owens, sees something alarming behind the actions of the teens.
The tweet prompted at least several advertisers to drop her show.
"We'd like to confirm that we are no longer advertising on Laura Ingraham's show and are monitoring all of our ad placements carefully", the company said.
A few moments before wheels up on Laura Ingraham's Easter vacation Saturday morning, she tweeted a preflight picture of a holiday-themed drawing made by one of her sons.
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He posted the names of her top advertisers on Twitter and urged his almost 700,000 followers to call those companies.
Ingraham's apology on Thursday may have come too late for the Parkland teenagers - Hogg's sister quickly responded to her tweet, accusing her of only apologizing after losing advertisers.
"I will only accept your apology only if you denounce the way your network has treated my friends and I in this fight", Hogg said on Twitter. It's time to love thy neighbor, not mudsling at children.
Hogg wrote on Twitter: "An apology in an effort just to save your advertisers is not enough". The first to cancel ads were Nutrish, a pet food line created by celebrity chef Rachael Ray; TripAdvisor; online home furnishings seller Wayfair; Nestle; Hulu; Expedia; and online personal shopping service Stitch Fix.
Hogg, one of the leaders of the March for Our Lives movement and an outspoken gun control activist in the wake of the shooting at his high school, also called out Ingraham for her comments earlier this year about National Basketball Association stars LeBron James and Dwayne Wade.
The Fox News host's break is suspiciously timed, coinciding with an onslaught of more than a dozen advertisers pulling support for her show. "At any given time, someone is probably trying to boycott a Fox News show for something". Hannity fans then launched a boycott of Keurig posting videos of themselves destroying their coffee makers on social media.