Actor Kelsey Grammer has become an investor and face of a new entertainment network designed to appeal to conservative values, according to The Associated Press.He forgot to mention CBS, MTV, BET and all the host of other liberal networks bringing liberal terrorism to Americans everywhere. Needless to say this is sorely needed.
"We're not out to vilify or accuse or identify anybody as an enemy," Grammer told the wire service. "We're out there to encourage people to open their minds and take a look at some things that we as a group of people believe is the right direction for the country.”
RightNetwork, which officially launched Wednesday, is trying to establish itself based off a video-on-demand service, internet, and mobile phone services - skipping over the traditional television medium.
Some of the programming includes a show called Running, which follows Tea Party-backed candidates running for public office. There is also Right2Laugh, which will include stand up comedians like Evan Sayet and Kivi Rogers, and Poltics and Poker, where card players talk politics during card gameplay.
"If you have NBC, ABC, you have entire networks flooded with a very particular point of view," Grammer said. "They won't admit it, but it's clearly the way it is. There's plenty of room for us."