There are some things you just shouldn’t mess with. For Nikki Haley, that thing is ‘the Grammys’.
Remember that old joke about going to a boxing match, and a hockey game broke out?
The Grammies were a little like that. If you looked really hard, you might find the occasional reference to music.
And Nikki Haley — who’s NORMAL workday includes keeping tinpot dictators on a short leash in the UN had no trouble sounding off on it.
I have always loved the Grammys but to have artists read the Fire and Fury book killed it. Don’t ruin great music with trash. Some of us love music without the politics thrown in it.
— Nikki Haley (@nikkihaley) January 29, 2018
You remember Fire and Fury, don’t you?
It’s that Trump-hating gossip piece by the discredited tabloid journalist Michael Wolff.
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They even had Hillary Clinton reading from it.
How bad was it? Here’s how a left-leaning paper described the dumpster fire that calls itself the Grammys:
Kendrick Lamar’s opening performance at the 2018 Grammys felt like an act of defiance against them in a lot of ways, a subversive, freeform display splicing hits with deep cuts that satirised the award ceremony ‘medley’ construct along with the ceremony itself. It proved to be apt, Kendrick – perhaps our greatest living musician – going on to lose in all major award categories to Bruno Mars during an often cringe-inducing night hosted by James Corden, the enemy of nuance.
The nadir came with a contrived sketch lifted from his Late Late Show (which, in spite of its time slot, appears to be aimed at preschoolers) in which John Legend, Cher, Snoop Dogg, Cardi B and DJ Khaled read excerpts from Michael Wolff’s Trump exposé, Fire and Fury, as part of a made-up award entry for the Spoken Word field. I felt a bit sad for them, sat there doing what a celebrity must in 2018 to maintain pop cultural saturation, but then Hillary Clinton popped up as a final guest in the segment and my sadness swiveled toward humanity.
Source: The Independent
This isn’t a left-or-right thing. It objectively sucked.
Hillary’s part came in around the 1:30 mark:
She was the one who cheated their beloved Bernie Sanders out of the Nomination. Who Hired DWS in her campaign the day after she had to resign in disgrace for rigging the Primaries. Who is currently taking heat for not taking allegations against her ‘spiritual advisor’ seriously enough.
And that doesn’t even touch the news swirling around possible interference in her email investigation or the so-called Dirty Dossier.
Frankly, even Wolff doesn’t know how much of his own book is — strictly speaking — ‘true’.
Not that such a moral issue has ever been known to sidetrack a liberal smear campaign.
The Grammies featured readings from that book. Including — surprise surprise — one by Hillary Clinton!
There was all kinds of ‘ceremony’ paying lip service to the #MeToo and #Time’sUp movements, in a room loaded with people who have been charged in domestic abuse, or bragged about how they have reduced women to sexual objects, or habitually refer to women in such affirming terms as ‘B*ches’ and ‘H*es’… usually with a possessive ‘my’ in there.
That’s when they’re not singing about time spent at a strip club.
And not a single offender was called out by name — although many were surely present. You might even have some names come to mind.
While they all got together and played social activist and congratulated each other for how they ‘raised awareness’ … Nikki Haley was out in the real world, walking the walk:
While in Afghanistan, we had multiple conversations with govt officials about the status of women. Looking at these sweet faces, this is why it is so important. ❤️ #GirlsRule pic.twitter.com/hs2tDmQF8X
— Nikki Haley (@nikkihaley) January 28, 2018
But go ahead, Hollywood leftists. You can keep playing dressup in your fantasy world.
Out here in the real world? #WeGotThis #MAGA
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