Is Corporate America finally waking up and realizing after years of losing money that this “week” stuff is a big defeat?
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I think so.
Disney quickly changed their tune and quickly broke down after trying to “wake them up” by sticking their big noses in an anti-child grooming bill in Florida. This foolish move will cost them billions in the long run.
And further evidence of the “Week Rejection” is how large corporations have largely been cleared of the Rowe v. Wade situation so far.
Not too long ago, all the “awake” organizations would come out with statements and activism plans to fight patriarchy and all those stupid jazz.
But so far, they have kept their yap off or if they have said anything, it has been fairly quiet.
Their irrational, gorgeous SJW statements and productions have dropped quite a bit.
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And then you get “Week” Netflix, which is losing money in the palm of its hand, people who are now changing programming, dropping a lot of “Week” nonsense and telling their radical staff that if they don’t like it, they can leave.
Now, what I like to hear!
Also, we can add hulu to the mixture …
They have just canceled a show about the life of Hillary Clinton, called “Rodham”. They’ve been working on the show for 2 years, and just like that, Hulu said, “No thanks, we’ve changed our minds.”
Now, I don’t know what their argument was, but it’s good for them and for us.
The Daily Wire reports that Hillary Clinton has done another damage because Hulu has passed on a show about her that has been developing on the network for almost two years.
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“Rodham” is based on the novel of the same name, which tells the story of an alternative universe where Hillary did not marry Bill Clinton, but served as a professor at Northwestern University before running for president in 2016.
“Rodham is a nauseating, moving, morally advisable, technically brilliant book that has made me think more than anything else in recent memory about the aims and limits of fiction,” Analisa Quinn wrote for NPR in 2020 about Curtis Sittenfeld’s novel.
“20th Television is still buying the project from other streamers, now Claire Dennis and Dakota Fanning have teamed up to play Clinton at various stages of their lives,” Variety reported.
I think we might see a pattern here.
Corporate America is finally taking a real, pretty long look at what is happening to them, now that the silent majority is not just talking, we are roaring.
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Continue, there is still a long way to go.
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