Conspiracy

ABC canceled her favorite Tim Allen show, so she went on a homophobic Facebook rant. Makes sense.

We get it — television shows are the closest things many people have to real relationships these days, and their sudden cancelations can cause shock waves of despair. It’s just not fair.

And nobody understands that more than the executive director of the Madison-Rivergate Chamber of Commerce in Nashville, Debbie Massey.

Debbie absolutely loves the Tim Allen sitcom Last Man Standing (who doesn’t?!), and she was understandably caught way off guard when ABC callously announced the series would not be making it to season seven.

Related: Conservative snowflakes are freaking out over the cancelation of that Tim Allen sit-com

It’s a sad day for everyone, but Debbie had an especially rough time.

She took to Facebook to let off some of that steam, where she blames the network for “cramming same-sex making out into our homes” while parting ways with her beloved Tim Allen.

Sure. Sounds about right.

Here are her bizarre and mildly deranged ramblings:

But Debbie wasn’t done.

She also posted this hard-hitting Breitbart article, essentially accusing ABC of a conspiracy against Trump voters like herself and Tim Allen. Because the worst thing a network can do to an actor is give him a show that only runs for six years — that’ll show him!

Massey fails to mention that ABC alsojust canceled The Real O’Neals, a coming-of-age sitcom about a gay teen, after only two seasons.

Related: “The Real O’Neals” Re-Enacts Olivia Newton-John’s Iconic “Physical” Vid

We’ve got to wonder how that fits into her clearly airtight theory.

UPDATE: Lady who went on antigay tirade over Tim Allen show gets fired from her job, goes into hiding

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39 Comments

  • TinoTurner

    Settle down, Queerty. She didn’t call anyone names…..she didnt advocate death for anyone….she’s just a bored housewife…..take the article down.

    • tricky ricky

      she’s a fecking idiot. her idiocy needs to be exposed to the world. it’s people like her that make others miserable. and she probably never watched the damn tim allen show in the first place. she just jumped on the bandwagon. I bet she posted some real doozies about jim parsons getting hitched.

    • cberne

      OMG
      “take the article down”
      the white whine.
      ?

    • truckproductions

      No, settle down TinoTurner..

    • Gigi Gee

      Settle down, TT. Massey is the executive director of the Madison-Rivergate Chamber of Commerce in Nashville, not “just a bored housewife.” And Queerty didn’t say that she called anyone names or advocated death for anyone. They said she went on a homophobic rant in which she spewed “bizarre and mildly deranged ramblings.” Which she did. Not sure why you take issue with them calling out this homophobic bigot. Are you two related?

    • DCguy

      Oh look, a new screename from Mo Bro. How nice, the desperate anti-lgbt trolls defense is “Everything is ok “As long as she didn’t advocate for anybody’s death.” Glad to see you have limits.

      I also LOVE your sexism. So lets see, she is “Executive Director” of a Chamber of Commerce, but you see a woman in the article, so she must be “A bored Housewife”.

      Nice time, two suggestions.

      1. Don’t bother with a different screename, you’re obvious to spot
      2. Read the article and don’t be a bigot.

  • Bob Scardino

    For someone whining as much as she is, she ought to learn how to spell it. Darling Debbie – it’s whine, not wine.

    • Karlis

      I saw that, too, but thought that maybe it was a Freudian slip and she had just polished off a bottle of Boone’s Farm Strawberry, or whatever it is that hillbillies like her drink, before starting to rant. I went to Facebook to look the gal up, and it appears that her profile has been scrubbed. Just one picture of her and a gentleman who, let us assume, might be a husband. Perhaps Darling Debbie realized the doo doo that she had created and was ashamed. At least that’s something. :)

  • tricky ricky

    jut wait until she finds out a black woman canceled her favorite show!

  • Lvng1Tor

    Sh!t she figured us out…we must accelerate our gay Agenda plan tomorrow…after brunch…we are not savages.

    • Lvng1Tor

      Y
      ou know this girl read 50 shades, masturbated with garden vegetable (that she grew herself) and then felt so guilty that she made her entire family wear matching denim vests with “I permit no woman to teach or have authority over men; she is to keep silent.” Timothy 2:11 applique done in rhinestone for a Christmas card but can’t pass the produce isle without getting wet

    • Ian Caulfield

      One may not agree with a person’s views but should respect their right to express them. In saying this I still think the Chamber of Commerce was within its rights to revisit the appointment of its director given its members’ commercial interests. It might be thought to have acted cowardly in terminating the appointment but it was their right to be cowardly.

  • ChrisGMN

    This should not have been a thing. Who cares what this woman thinks? We aren’t the thought police; she has the right to her opinion. Why do we constantly have to destroy anyone who thinks differently?

    • Donston

      Well, when you put it on the internet it’s no longer just your thoughts. It’s your message. And when you present a message to the world expect a response. However, caring about every single homophobic is exhausting and doesn’t do anyone any good. Queerty (and probably other sites) just made this woman, practically a nobody, a “victim of lift-thinking hypocrisy”. Also, hardly anyone gets destroyed by homophobia. It’s readily accepted outside of Twitter-verse.

    • DCguy

      She is the executive director of a Chamber of Commerce which represents all the businesses in that area, and if she caused a boycott it could damamge the local economy and put it on Facebook. But nice try in trying to deflect from the subject of the article.

    • Ian Caulfield

      One may not agree with a person’s views but should respect their right to express them. In saying this I still think the Chamber of Commerce was within its rights to revisit the appointment of its director given its members’ commercial interests. It might be thought to have acted cowardly in terminating the appointment but it was their right to be cowardly.

    • davidjohng

      This is MORE than just an opinion. This is someone stigmatizing the LGBT community. Her “opinion” makes no sense. What does the gay community being displayed (finally) on TV have to do with some damn show being cancelled? This is someone with mental issues AND director of a large city chamber of commerce. I’d fire her too. It’s one thing to have a private opinion, it’s another to scapegoat a community that has a long, long history of being scapegoated. The only good thing here is that she actually got fired, that’s actually progress from say 10-15 years ago.

  • Xzamilloh

    I’d rather our nuts that throw a fit, than “other nuts” that throw people from roofs. What’s this unsatisfied Christian fanatic gonna do? Whine and moan some more like everyone else with a social media account does. The difference is, when the side we’re on does it, we call it “activism”

    • Herman75

      There is death rhetoric coming from domestic think tanks that pander to religious nuts like her. Does our side ever do that? Her ilk wrote and promoted the anti gay laws adopted in Russia and Africa in the last decade. Surprised to hear giving her such a pass.

    • Xzamilloh

      Giving her a pass? Who the hell cares about her? We’ve beaten these Christian nutjobs into submission to the point where all we do with stuff like this is laugh at the stupid. YES, our side does… All. The. Time. Criticisms of Islam and the current atrocious living conditions of LGBT individuals in Islamic majority countries are met with cries of racism and the same side-stepping you just did about Russia and Africa, as if those are the norms and not the exception when it comes to Christian majority countries, and I’m a darn atheist saying that. It’s not 100 percent ideal, but we are above and beyond better in the West.

  • Irishjeff

    The WGN America show was cancelled despite being the network’s highest rated tv series and strong fan base. The network said it was cutting costs and it was up for sale. Potential buyers of Tribune might not want a series about ScotsIrish hill people in Kentucky fighting big coal companies.

    • DCguy

      LOL! You Trump Trolls are not only huge liars, but you’re so bad at it!!

      You do realize that Modern Family is on ABC right? Still want to try to claim that Tim Allen’s series is the highest rated show?

      Oh wait, here are a few others on ABC that have higher ratings

      Quantico
      The Bachelor
      How to get away with murder
      Scandal
      Greys Anatomy
      Dancing with the Stars

      Again, just like your leader Trump, you guys have absolutely zero problem telling ANY lie to try to back up your fake points.

      Nice try.

    • 1EqualityUSA

      Dear unpleasant Ex-executive Director of the Madison-Rivergate Chamber of Commerce in Nashville, Debbie Odom Massey,

      Unplug the T.V. and work on a project; it’s healthier than filling your mind up with other peoples’ stories. You should be able to get a lot of work done soon. Exhaust yourself, daily. Strive to be the Jaun De La Cruz of the county, (Jaunita De La Cruz, if gender is important to you.)

    • 1EqualityUSA

      “Juan.”(my mind plays tricks with me.) At least no whole words were dropped in this alphabet soup, this time. Back to my spidery garage. It’s cavernous and empty. Enjoy your day, Queertiers.

  • Jack Meoff

    This shit is hilarious and she deserves to be made fun of. What do you expect from anyone who is a fan of that no talent homophobe Tim Allen.

  • RomanHans

    I agree with Debbie! Tim Allen has a first amendment right to a TV show, and the only reason it was canceled was because he didn’t make out with enough men! The majority of America loves hetero Tim Allen shows so the network was making huge piles of money but it just wasn’t gay enough for their taste so after giving him six years to blow another dude they’re like, “Tim, you’re out of here!” We should definitely riot like the LGBT left did when the Real O’Neals was cancelled.

    • DCguy

      You need to post here more. LOL

    • Jack Meoff

      So this story does have a happy ending.

  • Mo Bro

    Remember all those straight folks who cheered and smeared the left when lgbt shows like “Looking” got cancelled?
    Yeah, neither does anyone else, so show some class for a change.

    • DCguy

      Remember all those bigoted straight folks that had HBO and knew what “Looking” was? Yeah me neither.

      But This is another Right Wing Troll defense when they can’t defend something. Trying to pretend that mentioning anything about something is being a big meanie. Awwww Sorry snowflake, Did Making fun of the crazy bigot hurt her feelings?

      And just curious, what type of “Class” did she show when, as executive director of the Chamber of Commerce she went on this bigoted rant? She SPECIFICALLY mentioned lgbts. She could just as easily have vented without that couldn’t she?

      So once again, in Mo Bro’s world, if you hate lgbts and are a bigot, that is free speech. If you disagree with them you are an evil bully and must be stopped.

  • tdh1980

    “Cramming same sex making out into our homes.” So, are all of her television sets permanently fixed to gay-themed programs or shows with gay characters? If not, then does she not own any remote controls? If she doesn’t, is she too lazy to get up and change the channel? Does her husband force her to watch “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Nashville”? I fail to see how the mere existence of TV programming representative of any “lifestyle” that runs counter to her beliefs is an affront to her free speech.

    The free market, which conservatives like her love when it works in their favor, decided that the show should be canceled, as it dropped in the ratings. The network is under no obligation to keep it on the schedule if it’s costing the, money. Capitalism at work.

  • Invader7

    Ms.Massey: Oh giirrrrlll.. you got yourself FIRED..You unstable mental case… You probably haven’t
    gotten laid in YEARS. What a sad,lonely troll. And ABC wisely cancelled his show because it wasn’t funny or good. Tim Allen’s comedy is boring,dated and passe..

  • Ian Caulfield

    One may not agree with a person’s views but should respect their right to express them. In saying this I still think the Chamber of Commerce was within its rights to revisit the appointment of its director given its members’ commercial interests. It might be thought to have acted cowardly in terminating the appointment but it was their right to be cowardly.

  • ShowMeGuy

    She clearly doesn’t understand how network television works. She’s also a bigot, a fauxmerican, and a rabid cow.

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