Lowest Emmy viewership ever! Wonder why...

Easy answer.  People are sick to death of Hollywood swells assaulting their values and their politics if they are conservative.  These outrageously self-righteous "stars" feel entitled to get up on the Emmy stage and insult at least half of the people on whose viewership their ratings depend.  Just as Hillary dismissed several million voters who support Trump as deplorables and irredeemable, these ridiculous people think that achieving a role, however brief, in some television program gives them the right and the opportunity to spew their venom while being given an award.  Their arrogance and their ignorance give new meaning to the words conceited and pompous and all those words that come up when you Google haughty and superior.  It is impossible to have an ounce of respect for any of them who use their opportunity to be grateful for their success to indict half the population without a shred of gratitude for their good fortune.

Some ignorant woman named Jill Soloway compared Trump to Hitler.  She, like so many of her colleagues, is the last bastion of the know-nothings: invoke Hitler, even if you have no idea who he was or what he did.  You can always count on the ill informed to compare their bêtes noires to Hitler. 

They think it makes them sound smart.  It does not.  It only reveals their complete lack of historical knowledge.   

Courtney Vance, one of the best actors on the planet, could not resist "Obama out, Hillary in."  So disappointing.

To repeat more of their self-serving remarks would be to give them attention they do not deserve.  There were of course no defenders of Trump who had the courage to speak out in defense of America.  Not one.  They know they would never work in this town again.  And they would not.

Jon Voight has the guts to do the right thing, to speak out in defense of conservatism.  He is old enough, talented enough, and brave enough to be a mote in the eye of the dictatorial left that rules the film business.  What would Ray Donovan be without Voight?  Who else could better act the brand of amorality that plagues our country today, thanks to the left's campaign to destroy the traditional values that made the nation great? 

Matthew McConaughey is clearly a fine man who knows the meaning of gratitude.  He was not at the Emmys.  But most of the rest of them are clueless pretenders.  They gurgle out the necessary leftist bons mots and think it will keep them safely employed.  It will not.  Only ratings will do that, and ratings don't care about the actors' politics.  They will get invited to the parties as long as their ratings and their face-lifts hold.  

There are likely hundreds, if not thousands, of talented actors, directors, screenwriters, make-up artists, costume designers, musicians, etc. who do not work in the film or television industry because their conservatism became known.  That is how it works.  For the most part, the powers that be do dictate that Republican-leaning talent will not be given jobs.  Those who do work and produce must have the millions to do so on their own or be such financial draws that they cannot be ignored, like Voight and McConaughey or Tom Selleck and Gary Sinise.

While some truly wonderful performances were noted The Night Manger, The People vs. OJ Simspon, House of Cards, Homeland, Fargo the Emmys are no longer a celebration or acknowledgement of talent.  They are awards for excellence in political correctness.  That is all they are, in a nutshell.  The persons nominated must be appropriately politically correct.  The shows they appear in must be politically correct.  The winners will most certainly be good followers of the rules of the left.  And when they accept their award for being properly indoctrinated, they can be counted on to utter the politically appropriate "thanks" along with the expected insults to all the Americans who do not share their show business values.

Easy answer.  People are sick to death of Hollywood swells assaulting their values and their politics if they are conservative.  These outrageously self-righteous "stars" feel entitled to get up on the Emmy stage and insult at least half of the people on whose viewership their ratings depend.  Just as Hillary dismissed several million voters who support Trump as deplorables and irredeemable, these ridiculous people think that achieving a role, however brief, in some television program gives them the right and the opportunity to spew their venom while being given an award.  Their arrogance and their ignorance give new meaning to the words conceited and pompous and all those words that come up when you Google haughty and superior.  It is impossible to have an ounce of respect for any of them who use their opportunity to be grateful for their success to indict half the population without a shred of gratitude for their good fortune.

Some ignorant woman named Jill Soloway compared Trump to Hitler.  She, like so many of her colleagues, is the last bastion of the know-nothings: invoke Hitler, even if you have no idea who he was or what he did.  You can always count on the ill informed to compare their bêtes noires to Hitler. 

They think it makes them sound smart.  It does not.  It only reveals their complete lack of historical knowledge.   

Courtney Vance, one of the best actors on the planet, could not resist "Obama out, Hillary in."  So disappointing.

To repeat more of their self-serving remarks would be to give them attention they do not deserve.  There were of course no defenders of Trump who had the courage to speak out in defense of America.  Not one.  They know they would never work in this town again.  And they would not.

Jon Voight has the guts to do the right thing, to speak out in defense of conservatism.  He is old enough, talented enough, and brave enough to be a mote in the eye of the dictatorial left that rules the film business.  What would Ray Donovan be without Voight?  Who else could better act the brand of amorality that plagues our country today, thanks to the left's campaign to destroy the traditional values that made the nation great? 

Matthew McConaughey is clearly a fine man who knows the meaning of gratitude.  He was not at the Emmys.  But most of the rest of them are clueless pretenders.  They gurgle out the necessary leftist bons mots and think it will keep them safely employed.  It will not.  Only ratings will do that, and ratings don't care about the actors' politics.  They will get invited to the parties as long as their ratings and their face-lifts hold.  

There are likely hundreds, if not thousands, of talented actors, directors, screenwriters, make-up artists, costume designers, musicians, etc. who do not work in the film or television industry because their conservatism became known.  That is how it works.  For the most part, the powers that be do dictate that Republican-leaning talent will not be given jobs.  Those who do work and produce must have the millions to do so on their own or be such financial draws that they cannot be ignored, like Voight and McConaughey or Tom Selleck and Gary Sinise.

While some truly wonderful performances were noted The Night Manger, The People vs. OJ Simspon, House of Cards, Homeland, Fargo the Emmys are no longer a celebration or acknowledgement of talent.  They are awards for excellence in political correctness.  That is all they are, in a nutshell.  The persons nominated must be appropriately politically correct.  The shows they appear in must be politically correct.  The winners will most certainly be good followers of the rules of the left.  And when they accept their award for being properly indoctrinated, they can be counted on to utter the politically appropriate "thanks" along with the expected insults to all the Americans who do not share their show business values.