It sounds like another Hegelian dialectic of divide and conquer, as the mere fact that the show’s writers were putting in things such as “micro aggressions” in their scripts would not have been allowed unless it was to set up the show’s cancellation as a politically motivated “hit job”. It would have been far more credible in my eyes if the show’s writing wasn’t already conservative, because the cancellation would have then been a direct attack on Tim Allen, rather than a planned demolition of a conservative show. Republicans and Democrats are two sides of the same Statist coin and con job, and anything promoting the contrary is just propaganda aimed at stirring up emotional tensions.
I do agree with the part about how television shows are used to normalize certain behaviors and concepts, with the references to the Cosby Show and disproportionate placement of homosexuality on television shows. While I have no problems with same sex relationships, I do have a problem when there is an agenda to promote same sex lifestyles to slow down population growth, as evidenced by the 1969 “Jaffe Memo” by Planned Parenthood which seeks to promote homosexuality to limit population growth in the West. Planned Parenthood has always been an organization dedicated to eugenics, and “family planning” was just its candy coating to make the medicine go down. To learn more about Planned Parenthood’s 1969 “Jaffe Memo”, then watch the short video HERE. To directly read Planned Parenthood’s 1969 “Jaffe Memo”, then click HERE.