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Just in: Elon Musk buys ABC, cancels ‘The View’ TV Show

It’s been done again by Elon Musk!

By publicly unveiling a 37.5 billion dollar offer to purchase ABC from its parent firm, Walt Disney, the new owner of Twitter expanded on his previous media purchases.
Disney seems to have approved of the acquisition, but the specifics of the agreement are sketchy at best.

The company’s recent financial woes may be traced back to customer boycotts of its iconic theme parks in reaction to Disney’s support of the LGBTQ community and the woke culture at large.

As a consequence of parents around the country refusing to expose their kids to this scum, Disney has suffered enormously.

Disney reportedly required a financial injection and was forced to sell its ownership in ABC in order to stay in business.

In a news statement, a jubilant Elon Musk listed his main goals for his new business:

“This is only the latest move in my campaign to restore some rationality to American journalism. The mainstream media has been controlled for far too long by elite Hollywood and the extreme left. This must end, and I’ll see to it that it does.

As a first step toward this end, my first act as CEO of ABC will be to discontinue The View and dismiss the whole cast, most notably Whoopi Goldberg. She’s going to lose her job twice. The program must be canceled since it is embarrassing.

Later, Mr. Musk added that he would substitute the program with a variety show geared for a general audience, with conservative actors and artists like James Woods, Clint Eastwood, and Tim Allen, as well as characters like Kyle Rittenhouse, Kid Rock, and Ted Nugent, who would comment on the media and Hollywood.

Despite Kyle Rittenhouse’s suggestion that he would abandon his complaint against Whoopi Goldberg if he were to take over as host of the new program and be able to personally accompany her off the set, it is unclear what will happen with all of the cases filed against The View.


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