henrymakow.com — Oct 25, 2017
Channing Dungey, 48, Chief of ABC Entertainment, the woman nominally responsible for canceling the last TV sitcom that didn’t pander to liberals, feminists, minorities, trannies, and gays. Masonic Jewish bankers advance minorities who will subsequently do their bidding. Click to enlarge
Diversity is code for suppressing white heterosexual Christian culture in America.
The significance of ABC’s cancellation of Tim Allen’s “Last Man Standing” last May cannot be underestimated. Cutting off cultural expression is the spiritual equivalent of cutting off air and food. It is a gradual process of genocide.
“Stunned and blindsided by the network I called home for the last six years,” Allen tweeted in May after his comedy was pulled after six seasons. His suggestion that his conservative politics played into the decision took off when picked up by conservative radio and TV news commentators, in the absence of another credible explanation from the network. The surprise pull was a head-scratcher, given that the blue-collar sitcom was ABC’s second most-watched comedy in its most recent season, with 8.1 million viewers in Live +7, only behind flagship Modern Family [which includes a gay couple] (8.7 million). “
“Politics had absolutely nothing to do with it,” Channing Dungey told TV critics, insisting the network’s schedule is populated with actors who have “different points of view” politically. Allen was a “valuable” member “of the ABC Family and has been a long time.” Dungey’s explanation for the cancellation is that Last Man Standing “came up to the end” of its pact and the network “unfortunately was not able to create room for it” on the schedule, which she called “disappointing.”
In an interview with Jimmy Kimmel, Tim Allen said, “you’ve gotta be real careful” in Hollywood when espousing a conservative viewpoint.
“You get beat up if you don’t believe what everybody believes. This is like ’30s Germany”.
“I don’t know what happened. If you’re not part of the group, ‘You know what we believe is right,’ I go, ‘Well, I might have a problem with that.’ I’m a comedian, I like going on both sides,” he added.
Former Gov. of Arkansas Mike Huckabee previously said that he suspects a “liberal social agenda” could have played a part in the show’s cancellation.
“That’s understandable: it’s just about the only show in prime time that presents a conservative point of view without attacking it and makes fun of PC liberals,” Huckabee said.
Despite 400,000 people signing a petition, ABC did not change its mind and the show is now officially dead. Allen is back doing stand-up.