Many American’s who had been impatiently waiting for over 5 months for the sixth season opener for Last Man Standing, were treated to a debut episode this past Friday that ended with the last scene featuring Tim Allen, saying the following comment.
“Trying to separate a mama bear from its cub is like trying to separate Hillary from her Wall Street Moneymen.”
Arguably many people who laughed at Tim Allen’s political joke most likely missed the significance of what actually his scripted line implies about the popularity of Hillary Clinton and how ABC News has constantly falsely reported the general election polls over the past few months.
For those of you who are familiar with ABC’s sitcom “Last Man Standing,” the writers throughout the first five seasons have written numerous jokes disparaging Barrack Obama. That fact should not surprise anyone who understands how television and movie scripts are written to appeal to the majority of the public.
There is no doubt that public opinion influences the shows and movies we watch on television and in our cinemas. For instance, one of America’s most popular sitcoms, “The Simpsons” underwent major revisions when many parent groups and millions of American’s complained about Bart Simpson repeatedly saying, “Eat My Shorts.”
In another example, numerous people were offended by the movie Terminator because the Terminator killed everyone it came in contact with. Responding to millions of outraged people, in the sequels that followed the original movie, the Terminator’s violence was limited to injuring people.
The fact is that television and movie producers spend millions of dollars every year researching what the majority of the American public approves and disapproves of. In the case of hit sitcoms, the value of advertising dollars is so significant that many versions of a single episode are often test marketed by allowing random audiences to view them prior to airing them on television.
However, news shows and news broadcasts are more subject to how people perceive, ie., approve or disapprove of the journalists who deliver our news to us. The content of the news certainly is a big consideration, however although a story can be spun, all news broadcasts are limited by actual newsworthy occurrences that happen from day to day.
From a financial perspective, where the amount of viewers who watch a show or movie translates in to advertising and pay-to-view revenues, astute writers and producers always write and produce with the mindset of their diatribe and visualizations being popular with the majority of the public.
The significance of Allen’s disparaging joke about Crooked Hillary Clinton is proof positive that it origins came from research data that indicates that the majority of the public finds disparaging remarks about Hillary Clinton funny. I.E., the majority of the public approves of disparaging jokes made about Hillary Clinton. Additionally, said approval highly suggests that ABC is very well aware of the fact that Donald Trump is considerably more popular to the public than Hillary Clinton.
ABC news consistently tries to fool their news viewers and readers that Hillary Clinton is leading Donald Trump in the general election polls. The fact is that Hillary Clinton spends tens of millions of dollars with ABC and other broadcasting companies for political advertising, and therefore receives favors from the broadcasting companies she spreads her adverting dollars around to.
Loss of revenue from spinning stories and outright lying on news shows and broadcasts, although often finds favor with a broadcasting companies paid advertises, the same has never cancelled a news show.
However writing and producing things in a movie or hit television series that are offensive to the majority of the public, definitely will and has caused a hit television series to fail.
When it comes to the almighty advertising dollar, the real truth about who is the most popular presidential candidate will often surface in something as trivial as a disparaging joke produced by a broadcasting company.
Unfortunately, the same truths are often missed by the majority of the public, who often overlook the fact that the broadcasting company who brings them their favorite television shows, lies through their teeth to them through their news shows.
During the sixth season debut of Last Man Standing, ABC definitely aired the truth about who is actually the most popular presidential campaign this year and should leave no doubt to the shows viewing audience, that ABC is lying through their teeth about who is ahead in the general election polls.