If you have the impression that the degenerate moonbattery that gushes out of your television set like filth from a backed-up toilet is deliberately intended to rot away what’s left of our society, it’s not your imagination:
The number of gay and bisexual characters on scripted broadcast network TV is at its highest-ever level in the season ahead, according to the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation. The total on cable television is also going up.
CBS got a pat on the head for being the “most-improved network.”
Among CBS’s new fall series is “Partners,” a comedy about two childhood friends and business partners, one of whom is gay and in a relationship. The network’s lineup represents “an authentic and conscious effort by CBS to improve its diversity,” the study said.
The key word is conscious. The vast differences between the real world and the one presented on TV are contrived for specific purposes. They don’t call it television programming for nothing.
Given the amount of time the average American spends substituting TV for reality, it is an immensely powerful tool for good or evil. The liberal social engineers who determine the content do not use this tool for good.
Tip and graphic compliments of Sean C.