If ABC hasn’t gotten the message by now that Americans are fed up with their fake news about Russian interference, perhaps they’ll get it now.
A San Antonio area well-driller dug deep into his own pockets and paid for a large billboard that has been put up on the side of I-10 and Buckskin Drive.
Buckskin Drive is about as Texas sounding as one can get, but we digress.
The massive open-air missive reads:
“ABC News: I grew up with you. We are through. The Russians didn’t elect Donald Trump. I did.”
Kyle Courtney of Wellstar Groundwater Technologies has been in the business for the past 30 years. That’s a lot of evening news for one man’s eyes and ears. But now Courtney has had enough of all the ABC nonsense about Russians swinging the election in favor of Trump.
In a statement to SBG San Antonio, Courtney wrote:
“ABC News was the only channel I watched as a child growing up in Texas but I think they have lost touch with America and forgotten the working man. They don’t represent our voice anymore. Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign was funded by the Clinton Foundation in close coordination with the media, and now we’re seeing them try to fix what they couldn’t fix during the election. They are doing everything they can, night after night, to create narratives and sway people’s direction to impeach Donald Trump. Our democracy is at stake when a major political party and the media are in bed together. I’m not asking anyone to boycott the Democratic party. I’m not in the brainwashing business, but the liberal media is.”
Any good conservative knows it was the millions of other good conservatives who elected Trump and not some alleged Russian hacker walled up in Siberia who somehow convinced them to vote for Trump.
ABC added insult to fake news injury in April when it abruptly canceled Tim Allen’s hugely popular sitcom “Last Man Standing.” ABC swears it wasn’t a political maneuver to appeal liberal haters of the show. Rather, it was a business decision.
But it was music to the ears of LMS viewers when CMT officials announced “preliminary talks” about reviving the show.
Courtney may be preaching to the choir in his native San Antonio area but the message of his billboard rings loud and clear: start reporting the news, ABC. And don’t mess with Texas.
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