And that’s why Universal Pictures canceled its plans to release “The Hunt,” a grotesque film that depicted elitists hunting and slaughtering supporters of President Trump.
“While Universal Pictures had already paused the marketing campaign for The Hunt, after thoughtful consideration, the studio has decided to cancel our plans to release the film,” a company spokesperson told Fox News in a prepared statement.
And that decision came in no small part thanks to the gun-toting, Bible-clinging audience of my nationally syndicated radio program as well as my Fox Nation show, “Starnes Country.”
The Hollywood Reporter obtained an exclusive copy of the screenplay and noted that “red state” characters wore trucker hats and cowboy shirts and owned guns.
“If it were Trump supporters that were hunting down folks that were Democrat voters or Nancy Pelosi’s base…could you imagine the outrage and the uproar over something like this?”
“The time has come for people to understand that they’ve probably underestimate the loyalty that we have for the president and things he has done that are so positive and that have affected us in a positive way.
We led the charge on my radio program and on “Starnes Country” proving that when gun-toting, Bible-clinging patriots stand together, we can accomplish great things.