Sorry Rush, but she don’t believe you.
Sandra Fluke, the Georgetown University law school student who has been at the center of the debate over contraception, dismissed Rush Limbaugh's apology for calling her a "slut."
Fluke appeared on ABC's The View on Monday to discuss Limbaugh's apology, saying that Rush only issued it because of pressure from his show's sponsors.
"I don't think that a statement like this, issued saying that his choice of words was not the best, changes anything. Especially when that statement is issued when he's under significant pressure from his sponsors, who have begun to pull support from his show," she said.
Fluke testified to Democratic members of Congress in support of a requirement that health care companies provide coverage for contraception.
As for Rush, advertisers have been pulling ads from his show every day. Ten companies, including AOL, have parted ways with Limbaugh since he made the harsh remarks about Fluke.
AOL spokeswoman Caroline Campbell said advertising on Limbaugh's show was "not a significant investment for us."
Fluke said she was "shocked and stunned" when she heard about Limbaugh's comments.
Tax Resolution Services CEO Michael Rozbruch says his firm is pulling ads for now. The company has endorsements from Limbaugh and other conservative broadcasters on its website.
Even AllState, the insurance company has joined the companies pulling ads from Rush's show.
On Friday, Obama called Fluke to thank her for speaking out on the controversial issue. White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said the president felt "the kinds of personal attacks that have been directed her way have been inappropriate."
We got your back Ms. Fluke, Rush is bully and we won’t stand for it.