ABC Cancels Highly-Rated Tim Allen Sitcom Because of Trump? God? Both?
Tim "the Toolman" Taylor (Tim Allen) has had a long and storied career in Hollywood. First finding success as a stand-up comedian and then massive success with [easyazon_link identifier="B01AIUJ8W2" locale="US" tag="s0d58f-20"]Home Improvement[/easyazon_link], Allen has been a
Tim “the Toolman” Taylor (Tim Allen) has had a long and storied career in Hollywood.
First finding success as a stand-up comedian and then massive success with Home Improvement, Allen has been a Hollywood golden child.
That is, until he started talking about Donald Trump and God. That’s God, as in God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. YHWH. Not “Allah” which I’m sure would have been just fine with the Libs who run Hollywood.
But no, Allen spoke out about both Donald Trump and God, and these are two big no-no’s in Hollywood.
To read more about Allen’s faith and his comments about God, read an article we just published recently here. You’ll also see a short video of Tim talking about his faith. Overall, an encouraging and uplifting clip!
He also made comments in the past year about Donald Trump.
First was on Jimmy Kimmel live, when he said that conservatives have to “keep quiet” about any kind of pro-Trump positions. OOPS!
QUOTE: “I’m not kidding. You gotta be real careful around here. You get beat up if you don’t believe what everybody believes,” said Allen. “This is like ‘30s Germany,” he joked. “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.’”
Watch the clip:
Later he was on Megyn Kelly and said: “What I find odd in Hollywood is that they didn’t like Trump because he was a bully, but if you had any kind of inkling that you were for Trump you got bullied for doing that.”
Watch the clip:
Now comes word that Allen’s highly rated show Last Man Standing has been canceled by ABC.
Here’s more of the story, from InfoWars:
Now the comedian’s Last Man Standing sitcom is set to be cancelled by ABC, who cite disagreements over the series’ license fee as the reason.
According to Deadline Hollywood, the show “was considered the perfect sitcom for the Trump era, hitting ratings highs in its sixth season.”
“With a central character who is a political conservative and devout Christian adhering to traditional American values, the blue-collar comedy appeals to viewers in the Heartland, a constituency that helped elect Donald Trump as president and has been energized post-election as evidenced by the ratings success of new USA drama Shooter.”
With around 6.4 million viewers, Last Man Standing was outperforming other shows, “winning its 8-8:30 PM time slot.”
Were financial problems the sole reason for the show being cancelled?
It’s no secret that Hollywood and the entertainment world rigorously thought police the industry to punish conservatives who refuse to fall in line with the liberal consensus.
Conservatives in Hollywood are so heavily discriminated against that they are forced to go underground and even have secret meetings. Not identifying as a liberal in the movie industry is a potential career killer.
“In LA, there is a secret, underground group of showbiz conservatives,” Victoria Jackson, a former Saturday Night Live cast member, told the Huffington Post. “It started with two people in 2000. I was at the fifth or tenth meeting, and now there are over 2,000 people. The only ones out of the closet are Jon Voight and Pat Boone. There are famous people in there, but they don’t want to lose their career — and conservatives are blacklisted.”