Country Music Television (CMT) is currently moving toward adding Jason Aldean’s controversial “Try That In a Small Town” video back to its regular schedule. First, however, the network had to take care of some internal business.
Sandy Jerdusky, the longtime Program Director at CMT and the woke liberal who canceled the video has been fired and replaced with up-and-coming radio personality Joe Barron. Jerdusky made the decision to pull the video himself, the network said in a statement.
“We don’t know why Sandy would make a unilateral decision,” the statement read, “but whatever the reason, it was contrary to country values.”
Jerdusky, well into his 70s, will likely retire from the business.
ALLOD Correspondent Art Tubolls caught up with Program Director Barron and asked a few pertinent questions. Unable to answer most because of company non-disclosure agreements, he was able to confirm that the image of the guy in his old job combined with the name is rather disturbing. “I have some questions about some lost time at a party,” said Barron, “but otherwise he seemed like a pretty nice guy.”
CMT says it shouldn’t take long to get the video back in rotation. “We’re currently running one or two extra episodes of the Durham Show to get us by,” said Barron, “It sure will be nice to have…what’s his…oh yeah…Jason. It’ll be sure nice to have Jason. Back.”