The liberal gatekeepers out in Hollywood have to be dragged kicking and screaming to show a conservative in a positive light.
Even making a hit show is no guarantee the goons on the left won’t step in and stop the fun.
Look what happened to poor Tim Allen, who had a hit show that still got canceled over his conservative views.
It was a disgrace and most of the real America never expected to be treated fairly again by Hollywood.
But something happened on the way to the culture change they want but can’t quite get – Roseanne Barr.
Roseanne playing a Trump supporter from the midwest just proved all the experts wrong and has a massive hit on her hands with her triumphant comeback.
The revival of Roseanne premiered to massive ratings Tuesday night.
The return delivered an incredible 18.2 million viewers along with an equally impressive 5.1 rating among adults 18-49.
According to ABC, this is the highest-rated comedy telecast on any network in nearly four years (since a premiere episode of CBS’ The Big Bang Theory from 2014).
With numbers like that it will be nearly impossible to cancel this show that dares show Trump supporters in a positive light rather than as cavemen dragging our knuckles across the floor as we go about lives.
Then there is this from one of the writers of the show who had an eye-opening experience talking to Roseanne about Trump supporters:
“We had debates and discussions. [Writer] Dave Kaplan and I were two of the people who had least understood that there are people who voted for him who aren’t misogynists or racists and who felt betrayed by other administrations. They really believed Trump was going to do something for them. It made sense when we really talked about it.
Most writers, including me, are more liberal than we are conservative for sure. I’m no fan of Trump at all. Some people were new to the show. We had to keep reminding people that this is not how we feel. It’s how the Conners as real people would react to what they perceive as somebody who might help them out.
Better late than never don’t you think?