Cable television used to be the biggest money-maker on the block.  Everybody had cable TV hookups, from your cashier at the supermarket, to the millionaire who owned your local restaurant.

Cable is currently on the downside now, with companies and network providers bleeding profits.  It’s a difficult business, what with streaming Internet services taking over the neighborhood.

Now it’s Comcast on the block, but they’re not backing down easily.  They’re dumping one of their top networks, CMT, over that company’s refusal to play Jason Aldean videos.

Aldean’s video for the single “Try That In A Small Lynch Mob” was summarily denied rotation by CMT, due to its controversial imagery and CMT’s new “woke” policies.  The denial is particularly newsworthy, as the song is rapidly climbing country music charts.

Comcast’s assistant programming director Joe Barron took full responsibility for the move this last Saturday night at a nightclub in East Blumpkintown, New Jersey.

“CMT has gone woke, and that’s a deal-breaker with Comcast.  We fully expect country music to be inherently racist and Confederate leaning, backwards, to put it mildly.  Conservative.  If you can’t show a measly little old-fashioned ni**er hunt, you’re gone.”

Many brain dead conservatives were angry about the move by country music’s premiere channel, gaslighting the racism with talk like “Democrats started the KKK”, which isn’t strictly true.  Conservatives did.  That’s where they came from.

Nevertheless, CMT will have to shop their collection of boring old Garth Brooks songs around now.  It’s a sad day for country music in America.  But then, when isn’t it?


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