These are Tucker Carlson’s leading advertisers

Tucker Carlson’s thinly veiled racism has catapulted into full-throated white supremacy since he ascended to a prime-time spot on Fox News. Carlson constantly stokes fears about the cultural displacement of white Americans and the ongoing threat to the national culture purportedly posed by immigration and diversity.

Several major companies have distanced themselves from Tucker Carlson Tonight in the wake of the host saying that immigration “makes our own country poorer, and dirtier, and more divided."

This list will be updated when companies issue statements.

Leading advertisers

Other current advertisers

Empire Today

Beaches Resorts



Voya (Dropped, then later resumed)

Samsung (Dropped, then later resumed)


Companies that have distanced themselves

23andMe (Statement)

ASPCA (Report)

Abbvie (Report)

Ancestry (Report)

AstraZeneca (Report)

Babbel USA (Statement)

Bayer (Report)

Bowflex (Report)

Calm (Report)

Career Builder (Report)

Credit Sesame (Statement)

Dell (Statement)

Elite Singles (Statement)

Farmers Insurance (Statement)

Graze (Report)

Harris Teeter (Report)

HelloFresh (Statement)

Home Chef (Statement)

IHOP (Report)

Indeed (Report)

Jaguar Land Rover (Report)

Just For Men (Report)

Leesa Sleep (Report)

Lexus (Report)

Long Johns Silvers (Report)

Mint Mobile (Report)

Minted (Report)

Nerd Wallet (Report)

Nestle (Report)

Pacific Life (Report)

Purple Mattress (Report)

Red Lobster Restaurant (Report)

Robitussin (Report)

Saatva (Report)

Samsung (Statement) (Dropped, then later resumed)

Sandisk (Statement)

Scottevest (Report)

Sheex (Report)

Sleep Number (Report)

Smile Direct Club (Report)

SodaStream (Report)

SoFi (Statement)

Stein Mart (Report)

SunBasket (Report)

TD Ameritrade (Report)

Takeda Pharma (Report)

Totes Isotoner (Report)

United Explorer Card (Report)

Voya (Report) (Dropped, then later resumed)

Zenni Optical (Report)