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BOOM: This Massive Media Failure Proves Trump Right and Brian Stelter Wrong…Again!

A little over a year ago, Brian Stelter took to the airwaves to celebrate “FOX’s surprised ouster of Lou Dobbs:”

“It’s not cancel culture here.  It’s the consequence culture.”

Brian Stelter wants you to believe that the bullying tactics of the woke mob had nothing to do with conservative voices disappearing from the public discourse. The American public was simply “not buying” conservative ideas:

“Is it a company choosing not to publish a book, or a group of people boycotting a brand? No, that’s just the free market at work.”

That argument, however, was as solid as the friendship between Chris Cuomo and Don Lemon.

The woke corporations that chose to purge conservative voices are now suffering devastating losses. Following their pathetic debut on Florida’s political stage, Disney has the worst-performing Dow Jones stock. Canoodling with famous wokesters like Meghan Markle and Barak Obama didn’t work for Netflix – the subscribers are fleeing faster than Kamala Harris’ staffers. And the woke Hollywood shows now resort to stage fights to get attention.

When the free market started purging woke garbage, “the consequence culture” argument disappeared from Brian Stelter’s lips faster than a jelly doughnut. While conservative ideas are simply not popular with “the folks,” the resistance to the “enlightened” views that Brian espouses is much more complicated.

First, some “folks” are simply not that bright:

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How can people reject “major newsrooms like CNN that have health departments and desks and operations that work hard on verifying information and listen to talk show stars like Joe Rogan, who just wing it, who make it up as they go along.”

Then, there is always popular “homophobia and hate:”

And then, there are all those pesky “right-wing media stars” who are “galvanizing their viewers” against “inclusive shows:”

“Right-wing media stars and conservative lawmakers are galvanizing viewers and voters by demonizing transgender teachers and condemning inclusive Disney shows.”

CNN+ subscription service had a shorter tenure than the guy who crafted Disney’s response to the Parents Rights in Education law. But just like defining a woman requires a biology degree, defining a business failure requires an MBA. Brian Stelter needs “more time” to figure out if throwing 300 million dollars down the drain may actually be “a success:”

“It’s too early to know if this product, if this service was a success or a failure.”

Let this be a lesson to you: anyone who is stupid enough to partner with Brian Stelter on a business venture – or a double date – is doomed to fail.

After Elon Musk purchased Twitter with a promise to return it to free speech principles, the number of subscribers is expected to grow.  However, Brian Stelter is poo-pooing the whole operation:

“If you get invited to something where there are no rules, where there is total freedom for everybody – do you actually want to go to that party, or are you going to decide to stay home?”

Brian does not get invited to parties very often, so he tells people he chooses to stay home because parties are too unruly. A note to Brian: the “wild” parties get bigger (and cooler!) crowds than the gatherings chaperoned by the “bad language governance board.”

As Donald Trump told us, “Everything woke turns to sh%t.”

In a course of a few years, the term “woke” will become a pejorative. Because free-market fully rejected woke ideology, the businesses will soon follow, as they distance themselves from the ideas they are now embracing. Woke ideas are contrary to common sense, logic, science, and last but not least, sex appeal. Thus, they are pushed on people by the tyrannical forces, and they are rejected once those forces are removed.

 RWR original article syndication source.