Earlier this week, some conservatives criticized the Radio and Television Correspondents’ Association for inviting comedian Louis CK to host its annual dinner.

Katie Pavlich:

But what exactly did he say about Sarah Palin while drunk texting from an airplane? His remarks are too disgusting to even post here. Click here to see what he said, but be warned that the content is extremely sexually graphic. Regardless, Palin is a conservative woman and therefore doesn’t count according to the mainstream media. They’ll continue to give Louis C.K. and others like him who attack conservative women with crude sexual remarks a pass while they freely attack Rush Limbaugh. The move isn’t surprising considering the mainstream media continues its quest to destroy Sarah Palin, Louis C.K. fits right into their agenda.

Tina Korbe at Hot Air:

Another erstwhile soldier in the left’s war against conservative women is typically non-political-but-always-pushing-the-envelope comedian Louis C.K., whose one-time rant against Sarah Palin rivaled Maher’s worst insults in its crudity. Far from calling him out, the MSM has decided to reward him. The Radio and TV Correspondents Association invited him to host its annual black-tie dinner in June.

Now Twitter is abuzz with rumors that the comedian has withdrawn from the event.

Perhaps this blog post posted yesterday evening by Fox News host Greta Van Susteren was the tipping point:

Another pig….and a media association has hired the pig, Louis C.K., to be their headliner for the big media dinner?  Really?  I am not going.  I refuse to go.  Everyone in the media should join me in this boycott.

The headliner of this year’s Radio and Television Correspondents Dinner is “comedian” Louis C.K. Comedian?  I don’t think so.  Pig? yes.

He uses filthy language about women…..yes, the C word…and yes, even to describe a woman candidate for Vice President of the United States.   It isn’t just Governor Palin he denigrates.  He denigrates all women and looks to the crowd to laugh.

And the Twittersphere consent is unanimous: he wasn’t wanted at the dinner, anyway: