Television audience for Tuesday night’s woke, propaganda-filled Golden Globe Awards remained at the record-low set by its previous event, held in 2021.
“Based on the fast affiliate ratings from Nielsen (which are time period based and only approximate), the bloated 3+ hour live extravaganza averaged an estimated 5.36 million viewers,” Forbes reports.
Demoted from its traditional Sunday night slot to Tuesday night, which has less audience potential, this year’s Golden Globes television audience was on par with 2021’s record-low 5.4 million live viewership.
Accordingly, the awards show failed to win the 8-11 p.m. ET time period, as CBS took the night by airing three episodes from its “FBI” franchise, pulling in an average of 5.92 million viewers.
As has been typical during the steady decline of award show popularity in recent years, the 2023 Golden Globes ceremony focused on liberal social agenda messaging.
“I’ll tell you why I’m here. I’m here because I’m black,” Host Jerrod Carmichael declared, opening the show. Carmichael then went on to race-shame even the show’s host organization, The Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
But, the political preaching didn’t stop at playing the race card. During his award acceptance speech, gay Filmmaker Ryan Murphy attacked Florida for its opposition to LGBTQ indoctrination in schools.
As NewsBusters reports in its recap analysis of this year’s show:
While race dominated the opening segment of the show, left-wing LGBTQ issues took center stage later in the night. Creator Ryan Murphy, whose recent hits include Netflix’s Dahmer-Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story, won the evening’s Carol Burnett Award (for television contributions on or off the screen). During his speech, the gay filmmaker attacked Florida, presumably for its legislation protecting young schoolchildren from inappropriate sexual content.
Murphy: When I was a young person at home in the ‘70s, watching ‘The Carol Burnett Show,’ I never ever saw a person like me getting an award or even being a character on a TV show. It’s hard being a LGBTQ kid in America. In fact, all over the world, then and now. And I have one word for you, Florida. You are often told you will never become anything. You have to hide your light to survive.
What country is Murphy living in? Americans inundated with messages celebrating homosexual lifestyles and LGBTQ indoctrination in schools is so ubiquitous that children now actually feel pressured to adopt various gender or sexual identities.
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