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THE UPRISING OF THE AMERICAN PARTY "Clearly the voters are engaged right now, at least for sure on the republican side, and what they have concluded is that the republican party has not done their job. Thus, Donald Trump gets their vote."
Sunday, December 2, 2018
Murphy Brown Cancellation
Look, the one thing that the liberals just aren't fully grasping is that despite their ill feelings, and their own misguided Trump Derangement Syndrome, President Trump is a far more popular president than anyone on the left will ever be able to come to terms with.
It's just a fact.
And despite what CBS is claiming, that the show was only ever intended to be a 13 episode run, the truth of the matter is that the show was so over the top with Trump bashing that it just turned audiences completely off.
CBS is not unlike any other network. It's aim is to put out shows and other programming that people will want to watch, and that advertisers will want to shell out their dollars to pay for. It's all about money and ratings. And if Murphy Brown would have captured an audience greater than it did the show would not be getting yanked off the air. It would be getting renewed.
I said it a long time ago that one thing Hollywood and all of the so-called holier than thou elites and superiorists are failing to see is that their uber liberalism is more and more going to start hitting their bottom lines.
You've already seen it with the fall of the NFL, and the near abysmal ratings of all of the other liberal media outlets like MSNBC and CNN.
People are just simply tuning out.
They are tired of the unfair attacks, and the completely biased approach to programming. It (liberalism) is simply not resonating with the American people, and Hollywood and the democrats are doing more damage to their brand than they could ever imagine.
Keep in mind, though, that they (the liberals) can't see it. They are so blinded by their hatred and so self-involved in their rhetoric, that they could not see reality if it hit them square in the face.
Will the result of the Murphy Brown reboot be the wake up call for the left that they need to severely tone it down? Will it be any affirmation for the left that their message is not resonating?
I suppose the answer to that question is anyone's guess. My guess? It will be business as usual. In an odd way I tend to think it might not matter to them if their wallets grow thinner in the process of making complete fools out of themselves.