For weeks prior to Super Bowl LI, pundits and lefty media types were appallingly prayerful singer-songwriter Lady Gaga would launch an anti-Trump tirade during the halftime show.
There were even published reports stating the NFL ordered Gaga to be non-political. The League issued a denial saying those reports were patently false. Vegas oddsmakers were so obsessed with this Hillary sycophant’s bizarro act that wagers could be placed on whether she would wear a pink hat or an “I Voted for Hillary” T-shirt or her hair would be some color other than blonde or whether she would appear on stage completely nude.
Instead Gaga gave an upbeat performance singing a few lines each of “God Bless America” and “This Land Is Your Land” and reciting the “one nation indivisible” conclusion of the Pledge of Allegiance wearing a silvery, big-shouldered bodysuit and high-heeled boots as she was lowered into NRG Stadium on suspension cables in a well-rehearsed spectacle that set the Intertoobs on fire.
One can only assume corporate sponsors of the Super Bowl fervently believed the anti-Trump tirade would materialize which explains why so many Super Bowl commercials seemed to deride President Trump’s immigration policies.
The incontestable evidence of their social justice hysteria and their intense desire to make us all subservient to their promoted messages of inclusion, diversity and multiculturalism came from Coca-Cola, Audi, Airbnb, Budweiser and 84 Lumber.
You lost the election. GET OVER IT. It’s time you started wearing that millstone around your neck with some grace.
When the #SuperBowl turns into the #SocialJusticeBowl can they restart the numbering? Roman Numerals are hard.— Air, Hellair! (@FlashHeart59) January 29, 2017