ABC Canceled His Conservative Show, But Look How Tim Allen Is Fighting Back Now!

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Fans of comedian and actor Tim Allen will remember his hit show Last Man Standing. After running for six successful seasons, ABC inexplicably shut it down. Many believed it was because the show was the only family comedy on the network that celebrated conservative values. Not to be silenced by corporate bullies, Tim Allen is fighting back with a new project.

Tim Allen’s hit show was canceled by ABC for being conservative, but he’s fighting back now. (Photo Credit: Screenshot/ABC)

ABC was once considered one of the most family-friendly networks. Its sitcoms often upheld traditional, American values and morals. That was a long time ago, folks. The Disney-owned network is now a super-liberal, politically correct cesspool. Last Man Standing was the only glimmer of hope in their lineup. Tim Allen’s sitcom roasted liberal hacks like former President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton — while being hilarious at the same time.

After the election of President Donald Trump, the heads of ABC must have panicked. Perhaps they blamed the conservative outlook of Last Man Standing as part of Trump’s success. Although they made excuses for why, the network canceled the show last year — despite its high ratings. It was a dirty blow for fans of quality, conservative television, even though ABC denied it was over politics.

But, Tim Allen hasn’t slinked away defeated. He’s fighting back with a new documentary. The film, featuring a variety of comedians, will tackle the toxic PC culture that is poisoning Hollywood, college campuses, and comedy.

Actor Tim Allen has joined the cast of a new movie aimed at disrupting the liberal and PC culture in Hollywood, on college campuses and in comedy. …

Allen has signed onto the docudrama “No Safe Spaces” that’s expected to hit theaters in the fall.

Fellow comedian Adam Carolla and conservative radio show host Dennis Prager are making the movie to promote free speech at a time they say the entertainment industry, media and college campuses too often shut down or blackball controversial viewpoints.

“Nothing kills comedy quite like people who are constantly offended,” Carolla told the Post. “It’s impossible to be funny if we’re not allowed to poke fun at each other and that’s what’s happening with a new generation of people who seem to be offended for a living. [Source: Fox News]

Tim Allen is not the only comedian being censored by the entertainment industry. Some of the most respected and successful comedians in the business have been hit by rampant, liberal “politically correct” nonsense. It’s particularly bad at college campuses, where “safe spaces” and “trigger warnings” have made doing comedy impossible.

Across all facets of entertainment, limp-wristed, cowardly liberals have been clamping down on free speech. Anything that doesn’t conform to their warped worldview is deemed inappropriate. Comedy is the hardest hit. The art form is supposed to push boundaries and confront controversial issues. If our comedians aren’t free to speak their mind, who is?

[Conservative radio show host Dennis] Prager said he wanted to make “No Safe Spaces” to push back on the left’s suppression of free speech. He points to colleges shutting down conservative thoughts, the Los Angeles Times editorial page not printing letters that refute humans cause climate change.

The “contemporary left is the greatest threat to free speech in American history,” Prager said.

Allen said last year he was “stunned and blindsided” when his show was canceled. Fans started a social media campaign to get it renewed and praised Allen’s show as the one TV sitcom “not laced with a left wing political agenda.” [Source: Fox News]

You’ll find few shows left on mainstream television that celebrate our long-held values. Liberal networks are working overtime to push their poisonous ideas — from protecting illegal immigration to attacking our President — through their content. Anyone with a dissenting view is silenced, attacked, or bullied out of the industry.

Perhaps this film will shake up the industry. Hopefully, it will inspire more entertainers and creators to shatter the status quo. Maybe, just maybe, we can see PC culture brought to an end.