(Tea Party PAC) – The American Music Awards, which are apparently still a thing, aired on Sunday night with a healthy dose of yawn-worthy wokeness and virtue signaling in spite of the entertainment industry’s dwindling popularity thanks to just that.
Wealthy and elite pop stars did more than simply perform music, oh no, they blasted their decidedly left-wing politics, ranging from climate change to the gender gap and all the anti-Trumpisms at the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles, Newsbusters reported.
Kesha performed “Raising Hell” along with reality TV star Big Freedia, who is a gay, “gender-nonconforming” man, although how someone can be gay and gender non-conforming, this writer is at a loss. Kesha opened the song by telling the audience, “Welcome to our Sunday Service” a mocking reference to Kanye West’s sensational events which are leading thousands to accept Jesus Christ as their Lord.
In this “Sunday service,” the backdrop was a rainbow set.
We get the hint, Kesha.
— Portal Kesha (@portalkeshasite) November 25, 2019
Artist Camila Cabello, who was awarded Collaboration of the Year for her track, “Señorita” with Shawn Mendes, performed her song “Living Proof” which just had to be performed with male dancers in lace dresses.
I mean, is that even edgy in 2019?
Taylor Swift, who was for a long time criticized for not being political enough, seems to have increased efforts to quell former critiques by going all-in for “social justice.”
Her latest album Lover won six awards including Artist of the Decade, and she performed the song, “The Man,” which whines about gender-based double standards.
I’m so sick of running as fast as I can
Wondering if I’d get there quicker if I was a man
And I’m so sick of them coming at me again
‘Cause if I was a man, then I’d be the man
Billie Ellish, the 17-year-old pop sensation who is apparently quite popular with the kids these days, received New Artist of the Year award and performed her delightful little diddy, “All the Good Girls Go to Hell” dressed in a black shirt which featured the words “No Music On a Dead Planet” in red sequins and adorned by red flames, a reference to global warming.
This continues the recent trend of people who can’t even legally buy cigarettes trying to lecture us about how to save the planet.
This isn’t the first time the pop sensation has warned about climate change.
“Our Earth is warming up and our oceans are rising,” Eilish said in a video in September. “Extreme weather is wrecking millions of lives.”
— billie eilish (@billieeilish) September 28, 2019