The NRA TV channel wouldn't exist if companies like Roku didn't provide a platform. So Roku is responsible for what is portrayed in the channel. https://thinkprogress.org/nra-tv-channel-dabd4427e31a/
'In a statement on Monday, Roku spokesperson Tricia Mifsud said the company isn’t promoting NRATV or being paid to distribute it, nor does it have a commercial relationship with the NRA. She said Roku does not censor content based on viewpoints but will remove channels if it violates company policies that prohibit the publication of content that is unlawful, incites illegal activities, harm, threaten, harass, bully, or defame any end user or constitute hate speech” or “contain false, irrelevant or misleading” content.'
So evidently a pogram against liberals is just peachy keen for Roku.
'For example, a new video the NRA released on Friday features Arnold, Missouri native and conservative firebrand Dana Loesch vowing that those who oppose Donald Trump's presidency will "perish in the political flames of their own fires." Some of the other language in the minute-long ad includes "ruthless attack," "slashing," "gagging," "drive their daggers through the heart," "poisoning," and "the ashes of what they burned down." 'https://www.riverfronttimes.com/newsblo ... -war-again
Just like too many of the other tech companies, you pretend to be something better when you're nothing more than a cheap, immoral pusher of electronics. Last time I buy anything from Roku.
You're no longer the only game in town.