Starstruck media refuses to cut away when after Madonna uses F-bomb three times
WASHINGTON, D.C. – During the Woman’s March on Saturday, January 21, 2016 washed-up has-been pop star Madonna took the stage for some words of, well, wisdom?
“Can you hear me?” Madonna opens up asking the crowd. “Are you ready to shake up the world? Welcome to the revolution of love. To the rebellion. To the our refusal as women to accept this new age of tyranny.”
The irony of this so-called “revolution of love” rears its ugly head as she begins to use language which is less than lady like and considered by many to be socially unacceptable.
“Not just women are in danger but all marginalized people. Where being uniquely different right now might truly be considered a crime. It took this horrendous moment of darkness to wake the [expletive] up.”
A crowed with mixed ages applauded raucously to her statement giving roaring approval to this degenerative speech.
You would think that after the first offense of this unsatisfactory communication that CNN would immediately cut away. But not so much as one word in disagreement, shock, approval took place.
As a matter of fact, it took three times before the hosts intervened and how they did it was even more appalling. They were almost slobbering on themselves starstruck with the singer.
Without skipping a beat Brooke Baldwin hopped in stating:
It’s Madonna, we didn’t know what she was going to say…the one and only “Material Girl” up on the stage.
Granted, they did say they cut away because of what was said but immediately began excusing the one and only “Material Girl” then bringing up something Donald Trump said during the campaign.
I spy Amy Schumer over her shoulder; it’s a show a force, with, I know, all of these celebrities, I mean, we heard Donald Trump say ‘I don’t need the celebrities’ and, I mean, the man won the election.
Correct she was – Trump didn’t need the fanfare that came with social status and clout of Hollywood puppets. He had his own clout which cam from his message which was restoration of the Republic to the people.
Baldwin then asked Dana Bash what she makes of the message.
I think that this is incredibly powerful and important. And the fact that there are so many people who are out there who suddenly feel like the have, as she was saying before she dropped the F-bomb, that they felt like, at the end of the day (these are Hillary Clinton supporters I am talking about) that good would triumph over bad and that that didn’t happen and that that was a wake up call on election day.
Let’s not forget how the main stream media is in constant meltdown over Donald Trump’s language.
On Mediaite last year, an enhance audio version of a rally speech by Trump was the center of an article stating that and F-bomb was utter and that “Trump also dropped an s-word, which these days only qualifies it as a Trump rally on a day.”
The media should be held accountable for the double standard portrayed obviously and publicly on a daily basis. This is something that the Trump administration has already started doing and needs to continue to do throughout the next four years.