Monday, November 07, 2016

These are racist comments by Donald Trump. He knows that. I thought the Tea Party supported the first amendment.

Let there be no doubt, the Trump comments is an extension of his racist ranks regarding the Hispanic population and the Muslim population of the USA. Let there be no doubt.

Beyonce owns the black experience of African American women. She is the good girl that African American can count on to provide a moral image. Sh is wonderful. She is very attractive and full of energy. She exudes love of life, love of family and the African American woman's experience.

November 7, 2016
By Ben Kaye

Donald Drumpf, (click here) the Republican nominee for president known more commonly as 
a sack of rotting oranges Trump, just can’t get over the fact that Hillary Clinton nabbed Beyoncé and Jay Z for one of her rallies. After spending the weekend trying to paint the artists’ lyrics as somehow worse than his own pussy grabbing lingo, Trump turned his attacks against the entire concept of hip-hop.

“The language is so bad,” Trump reiterated to a crowd of deplorables supporters in Florida. He then said in a typically dismissive tone, “And as they were… singing? Singing, right? Singing? Talking? Was it talking or singing? I don’t know.” Go figure a man who thinks all black people live in a hellish inner city war zones doesn’t understand that rapping is in and of itself a separate art form. And that Beyoncé, ya know, sings.

Trump also criticized the “crooked media” for failing to cover the nasty language and the “fact” (aka, complete and utter falsehood) that the crowd at Clinton’s rally was so incensed over the lyrics that they left before the nominee even took the stage. He went on to continue bashing Jay and Bey’s lyrical content, once more demonstrating his refusal to see the false equivalency between artists and an individual trying to lead the free world:

“Isn’t it amazing that when Jay Z and Beyoncé use the filthy language they use in the songs – using words that if I ever said those words, it would be the reinstitution of the electric chair, right? Right? It’s true. They use these words, and then she comes on and hugs them, like everything is right. And yet with me, ‘He’s very lewd.’ It’s a new word, you know, ‘lewd.’ I’ve never seen anything like it in my life.”...

Why wasn't Beyonce welcome to the Country Music Awards? She has earned an apology from Travis Tritt. Did I spell his name right? I think I did.

November 6, 2016
By Julia Brucculieri

Travis Tritt (click here) doesn’t think country music needs any help from Beyoncé, or any pop artist, for that matter.
Last week, the country star tweeted up a storm following Yoncé’s appearance at the CMA Awards. Bey performed her hit “Daddy Lessons” with The Dixie Chicks, garnering some confusion from country fans.
Many people were unsure why the “Lemonade” singer was performing at the award show. Among those people was Tritt, a longtime country music performer, who was less than impressed with the Country Music Association’s decision to have Bey at the show.
In his opinion, the performance was just an unnecessary ploy for ratings. Tritt’s Twitter rant began on Nov. 3, when he sarcastically criticized the mixing of pop music with country music. 
“As I see it, country music has appealed to millions for many years,” he wrote. “We can stand on our own and don’t need pop artists on our awards shows.”....

Being an over the top performer is her signature. She was covered from shoulders to floor and country music can't handle her style? It is her stage presence. That is Beyonce and she can even sing and dance, too.