Republican Bashing Far Left Emmy Awards Show Suffers ALL TIME RATINGS LOW

If you didn’t tune in to watch the Emmy Awards on Sunday night, you’re not alone. The conservative hating, Trump bashing, far left love fest suffered its worst ratings ever.

Matt Wilstein of Mediaite:

Fox’s Emmy Awards Hit All-Time Ratings Low

After two solidly-rated years in 2013 (on CBS) and 2014 (on NBC), the 67th annual Primetime Emmy Awards hit a record low in viewership last night on Fox. Despite a positively-reviewed host in Andy Samberg and a history-making night with the first win by an African-American woman, Viola Davis, in the Best Actress in a Drama Series category, the award show drew an average of just 11.9 million viewers, according to early numbers, the lowest total on record.

Why should conservative people tune in just to be insulted?


Kipp Jones of Breitbart reported:

Republicans the Big Punchline at 67th Primetime Emmy Awards

The 67th Emmy Awards on FOX, hosted by SNL alum Andy Samberg, was filled with one-liners and other comments aimed at conservatives. Most notably, was Samberg’s assertion that frontrunner Donald Trump might be a “racist.”

Many of the evening’s quips about Hollywood diversity, sexism, and ageism struggles failed to land, but anti-conservative political jokes told by Samberg and others were plentiful during the three-hour show.

“Donald Trump, of course is running for president, to the delight of uncles everywhere. I’ve got to say, sure, Donald Trump seems racist—What else?” Samberg said.

Samberg also went after Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis, who spent time in jail this month for refusing to grant gay couples marriage licenses, during his monologue.

“Paula Deen is on this season of Dancing with the Stars, but I gotta say, if I wanted to see an intolerant lady dance, I would have gone to one of Kim Davis’s four wedding,” said Samberg.


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