Networks Put POLITICS Before Profit … Pull Popular Conservative Show

Published on May 13, 2017

When forced to choose between a Profit and their Liberal Agenda, is there any doubt what the networks will choose?

If you were wondering what was driving the ‘cut the cord’ movement in television, this might have something to do with it.

Networks aren’t REALLY worried about ratings. When they have a strong show that doesn’t tow the PC line, they aren’t afraid to pull it.

Allen has been very outspoken about liberal hypocrisy since Donald Trump was elected to the White House.

“What I find odd in Hollywood is that they didn’t like Trump because he was a bully,” Allen told Megyn Kelly after the election, “but if you had any kind of inkling that you were for Trump you got bullied for doing that.”

This cancellation might’ve been Hollywood pushing back at Allen for outing them about their clear and consistent bias to the Left. —MRCTV

Maybe THIS is the sort of thing they were reacting to?


‘If you don’t believe what we believe it’s like 1930s Germany’ was a quote that was splashed across all the usual leftwing blogosphere sites.

Relax, liberals. In that SAME sentence, he called himself a comedian. But it’s hard to have a sense of humor when you’re eternally offended, isn’t it?

It looks like Tim and his show have paid the price for failing to bow and kiss the Liberal ring.

The network execs have their priorities… profits be damned.

Share if their ‘Tolerance’ doesn’t extend to welcoming Conservatives in Hollywood, or anywhere else.