When Lady Gaga’s not making avant-garde dance music or doing her best impression of the alien from Independence Day during award shows, she’s usually saying something extraterrestrial and avant-garde about LGBTQ rights or social justice.
With President Trump up for re-election and within the context of the current Marxist revolution disguised as a civil rights movement raging on U.S. streets, Gaga’s turning her radical leftist pronouncements up to eleven. Now she’s promoting dangerous critical race theory tenets, telling a major music publication about the blood guilt of white supremacy that all Americans are born with.
Well she certainly is edgy, isn’t she?
In an extensive interview with Billboard Magazine, the singer/songwriter talked about the current state of her career. She recently released her 6th studio album and is now back to being on top of the pop music scene … apparently. Considering the state of the entertainment industry, especially in light of Chinese Virus delays and cancellations, it hasn’t seemed like much has been going on.
But Gaga’s tapping into politics again, that life-giving source of relevance celebrities turn to these days for when their art isn’t quite as compelling as it used to be. The artist’s latest statement on society and the American way of life has certainly caught her some attention.
Speaking about the anti-American Black Lives Matter chaos that erupted in the wake of George Floyd’s death during his arrest, Gaga uttered radical statements that would make even the most hardcore Alinskyite blush. She stated, “when you’re born in this country, we all drink the poison that is white supremacy.”
Unfortunately (well more like terrifyingly,) that kind of rhetoric is all over the place in the media today, who have essentially appointed themselves authorities on toxic critical race theory. This is “the view that the law and legal institutions are inherently racist.” In America, one prevailing tenet of critical race theory is that, since the founders established this country on the backs of slaves, its entire history is corrupted and stained by that original sin.
Proponents of this belief often argue that this means reparations must be made in order to right the wrongs of our history, or that the system must be radically reformed at the fundamental level.
The New York Times’ “1619 Project,” a popular vehicle for this theory, argues that America was founded in order to preserve slavery. These types of assertions seek to “dissolve” faith in our American institutions, as President Trump claimed in a recent speech.
Hey, but who would trust President Trump on that? Gaga tweeted earlier this summer that the man is just “fueling a system that is already rooted in racism.” These people are absolutely insane.
For Gaga, critical race theory is about redemption, absolution. She explained, “I am in the process of learning and unlearning things I’ve been taught my whole life.” According to her shocking quote, it’s about destroying the “white supremacist” American values we’ve been taught since we were young. Only then can we live freely.
She added, “Social justice is not just a literacy, it’s a lifestyle.” Though for crazy lefties like Gaga, critical race theory, Black Lives Matter, social justice – whatever you want to call it – seem more like a religion, granting guilty white liberals absolution from the original sin of being born in this country.