TBS, which is owned by parent company Turner Broadcasting System’s, the parent company of CNN and division of Time Warner, recently just hit a new low after renewing Canadian-born leftist Samantha Bee’s show entitled “Full Frontal” when Miss Bee took it upon herself to mock one of the attendees for having “Nazi hair.” According to his friends and family the young man who attended the CPAC undergoing treatment for brain cancer.
“This year, the bow ties were gone, replaced by Nazi hair, Nazi hair, Nazi hair…” correspondent Michael Rubens narrated, while showing images of young attendees with partially shaved heads, “and CPAC was decidedly Trump country.”
The sister of one of the man featured in the foulmouthed segment, Kyle Coddington, immediately took to Twitter to unleash on the leftist hack who thinks it’s funny to attack people simply because of their hairstyles.
— Megan Coddington (@meg_kelly16) March 9, 2017
Mr. Coddington has a GoFundMe page set up in order to help pay for his radiation and chemotherapy treatments. “It seems that I have stage 4 glioblastoma. It’s a very aggressive type of brain cancer. Currently, there is no cure, but there is a chance,” he writes.
Below is a picture of Mr. Coddington posted a few weeks prior to attending CPAC. (Notice the similarities with the celebrities listed below? SAME HAIR STYLE!)
Staff members at Full Frontal have posted an apology on twitter and stated they will remove Mr. Coddington from the hit piece, however, they still intend to run the rest of the hate piece bashing conservatives for a hairstyle that you will see among many of their own leftist protesters as well as fashion magazines and worn by celebrities such as David Beckham, Brad Pitt and Justin Timberlake, just to name a few. (Images below)
We deeply apologize for offending @_that_kyle in our CPAC segment. We only learned of his condition today & have removed him from the piece.
— Full Frontal (@FullFrontalSamB) March 9, 2017
We strongly implore people to contact advertisers of this show and demand they pull their ads.