Atomic Data pulls support from Davis & Emmer show following Davis's Newtown remarks
A week later, controversy created by Bob Davis's incredibly insensitive remarks about Newtown victims still hasn't blown over.
This afternoon, Minneapolis-based Atomic Data announced it's immediately ending it's sponsorship of AM 1130's Davis & Emmer show because of the outrageous comments Davis made last Friday about victims of the Newtown school shooting.
During a rant about gun violence victims who go on to become gun control advocates, Davis said he'd "stand in front" of families affected by the Sandy Hook massacre and tell them, "go to hell." He then offered up a non-apology for his callous comments on Monday.
Here's the press release from Atomic announcing the end of its sponsorship:
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