Rosie O'Donnell, another morally bankrupt, white, liberal gay activist who "found out" she was gay in her 30's, had her talk show cancelled by Oprah Winfrey's OWN network yesterday.
This news shouldn't be a surprise to conservatives who've long known O'Donnell as a leftist bully, habitual liar, 9/11 Truther, atheist and angry lesbian activist. Yet, despite a resume that also includes failed talk show stints, failed magazines, racist comments against Asians, disrespectful remarks against Republicans presidents, public feuds with anyone who dares to disagree with her and a host of anti-Christian bigotry, O'Donnell was given yet another chance at the limelight by famous black liberal Oprah Winfrey. But after only 5 months of being on air, The Rosie Show, O'Donnell's first big TV project since leaving The View, is now kaput and Oprah Winfrey will no doubt be looking for yet another failed far-Left liberal to replace her:
Things ain't so rosy for Rosie O’Donnell: OWN has cancelled her daily talk show.
“The Rosie Show” will tape its final show on Tuesday, according to the network. The final episode will air on Friday, March 30.
The gabfest, which brought in minuscule ratings, debuted on OWN in October 2011 and was on the air for five months. It had occupied the same space where Winfrey’s long-running daytime show was shot in Chicago’s Harpo Studios. After millions were spent to renovate the space, the show underwent a format change, initiated by O'Donnell, in January that downscaled the show, ridding it of the studio audience and band.
O'Donnell also cleared out much of the staff with close ties to Winfrey and her old talk show — which led to clashes between O’Donnell and OWN over the show’s direction. There was concern that O’Donnell was going rogue.
“I thank Rosie from the bottom of my heart for joining me on this journey. She has been an incredible partner, working to deliver the best possible show every single day,” Oprah Winfrey said in a statement. “As I have learned in the last 15 months, a new network launch is always a challenge and ratings grow over time as you continue to gather an audience. I’m grateful to Rosie and the dedicated Rosie Show team for giving it their all.”
This is the latest high-profile exit from the network, which has witnessed a revolving door of executives and on-air talent. Winfrey’s good friend, Gayle King, also left her OWN talk show several months ago to join "CBS This Morning" with Charlie Rose.