Yes, that’s right. The company that cancelled the highly rated Tim Allen sitcom Last Man Standing, allegedly for political reasons, decided a new show potentially titled “Sanctuary Family” would be a good addition to its programming lineup.
The network’s decision to make this announcement amid the contentious debate about DACA recipients and President Donald Trump’s stance on illegal immigration seems entirely too suspicious to be coincidental.
“The network says the show will follow the pandemonium that unfolds when a married couple allows their undocumented nanny and her family to live with them.
The guests put a strain on the marriage of the host family but they eventually learn that ‘the differences both families have aren’t as significant as their similarities,’ according to the description provided by ABC.
Of course, what diferences could there possibly be between a presumably English-speaking American working-class family and a family that comes from a war-torn, drug-and-crime-ridden third-world nation where the age of consent is 12 and there arem officially three genders?
Not to mention that the 2014 official U.S. census found that nearly half of foreign-born immigrants could not speak English with a high degree of proficiency, and 16% couldn’t speak it at all.
But no matter. ABC clearly has its priorities straight:
“ABC executives canceled Tim Allen’s family values-based ‘Last Man Standing’ despite its strong ratings, although ABC President of Entertainment Channing Dungey told reporters that ‘politics had absolutely nothing to do with it.’
The network also has been criticized for several shows that skewer traditional values, such as ‘The Real O’Neals’ which made fun of Irish Catholics, and ‘When We Rise’ which was widely criticized for portraying Middle America as homophobic. ABC journalist Terry Moran also compared Trump’s inaugural address to Nazi rhetoric, and ‘World News Tonight’ skipped a story about an angry group of immigration activists interrupting a press conference by House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi earlier this week.”
At a time when people are more frustrated about politics than ever, leftists in the entertainment industry seem determined to ram their cultural Marxist values down people’s throats by politicizing movies, music, art, and TV.
But that’s okay. Judging from the record-low ratings at the 2017 Emmy Awards, not many would be interested in devoting half an hour a week to watch propaganda about a “sanctuary family” anyway.