Shania Twain, the female Canadian pop-singer, has been blasted for saying that she would have voted for Donald Trump in 2016, had she been an American citizen. She was recently quoted as saying, “I would have voted for him because, even though he was offensive, he seemed honest.”
Ms. Twain was so thoroughly bludgeoned by the New Troglodytes in social media, that she recanted her statement before progressives could burn her at the stake of political-correctness for her heresy. This abuse of Shania was just a less militant form of Hillary Clinton’s statement that many women voted for Trump only because their husbands told them to. Hillary’s husband abused women physically, to make himself feel better. Hillary abuses them mentally, to make herself feel better. Shania should consider joining the ranks of those on the #MeToo list.
Leftists demand that all blacks and women think alike or face the consequences of their independence.
Shania wasn’t the only pop-culture figure to be savaged by the cultural gatekeepers and plantation owners this past week. Kanye West, too, was brutally lynched by the leftist mob for his support of President Trump. To his credit, West didn’t run for a “cry closet” or surrender to the baying barbarians. He told The Swamp to shove it and donned a “Make America Great Again Hat.”
Tragically, Dennis Prager is correct in his belief that, “The most powerful force in America today is fear of the left.”
Because of this, Ms. Twain probably feels like singing, “Man, I feel like an abused woman!” about now.
Instead, she should take a cue from Kanye and a song, slightly modified here, from another female pop-star, Martina McBride:
“Let freedom ring, let the truth be king
Let the whole world know that today
Is a day of reckoning.
Let’s avenge those wronged, let our hearts be strong
Roll the stone away, let the guilty pay
It’s Independence Day!”