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And the idiots and children who like his racist ranting and incitements to murder-by-car can watch him on some obscure streaming channel. If they can work out how to get it.
You don't necessarily have to like his rants to enjoy the show. You can find them distasteful but still feel the overall entertainment of the rest of the show outweighs it. The world isn't black and white - though I don't doubt there are those who do like his rants in particular.
Some of the stuff he's said and done has edged towards appalling, but some of the upset is also somewhat questionable. There was upset about some comments he made about Liverpool (think this was in his column instead of TG) but the impression you got from the Liverpudlians interviewed was that they'd have pissed themselves laughing if he'd been talking about Blackpool, Hull or anywhere but Liverpool.
I'm not trying to defend his attitude or his comments themselves, but the whole point in free speech is he's got a right to say what he thinks (or pretends to think....) and in your comment you've cast a sweeping generalisation, which is exactly what some of the accusations against Clarkson boil down to.
Peoples humour differs, you might not like off-colour humour, whereas I might. If you find something offensive, I might still find it funny, and it doesn't automatically make me a mouth-breather. Whilst I can't expect a national broadcaster to air something just because I find it funny, neither do you have a right to expect them not to because you don't.
A disgrace that our national broadcaster chose cash over ethics for so long,
I think, in a broader sense, that's an entirely fair comment by the way, though I think the link between ethics and Top Gear depends entirely on your view of TG. Clarkson's behaviour may have been offensive at times, arguably racist at others, but unethical?