We, the undersigned, pledge to boycott CBS and advertisers of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert until he is taken off the air. Colbert’s show is on network television - not a cable channel - and there is a standard of decency that is expected on the network channels. Colbert crossed the line with his recent comments about President Trump:
"Sir, you attract more skinheads than free Rogaine. You have more people marching against you than cancer. You talk like a sign language gorilla that got hit in the head. In fact, the only thing your mouth is good for is being Vladimir Putin’s c--k holster."
As ardent supporters of the free market, we believe in the benefits of free choice and competition. We are free to spend our hard-earned dollars on products and services of companies that do not support the type of vulgarity that CBS condones and that its advertisers and sponsors are helping to support financially. Americans understand that the decision of advertisers to continue purchasing ad time on The Late Show is the decision to support and underwrite this crass commentary. If The Late Show's advertisers choose not to take their business elsewhere, we, the undersigned, will take our business elsewhere.
We ask that CBS fire Stephen Colbert and that the show's advertisers pull their support until he is fired. Both actions are necessary to assure Americans that CBS and its corporate sponsors are committed to keeping vulgar and indecent language off network television.