The late web mogul Andrew Breitbart once said that politics is upstream from culture. And boy couldn’t that be anymore true in this day and age, with movies, music, and TV shows force-feeding things like debauchery and left-wing lectures to the point that they don’t even care whether or not they alienate anybody outside the coastal elites anymore.
This past September, far-left bomb thrower Lil Nas X (a.k.a. Montero Hill) released his debut solo album on Columbia Records, featuring that classic song "Montero (Call Me By Your Name)," which – amazingly – debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard charts.
The music video for that song – which won’t be featured in this space – was released during Holy Week earlier this year, and features a disgusting pornographic take on Christian imagery. NewsBusters reported around that time that the song was eventually followed by the release of “Satan Shoes” as well as an even more disgusting SNL parody version of the rapper doing a lap dance on God. And the lyrics to the song are even worse:
Now I can’t leave
And now I’m acting hella elite
Never want the n****s that’s in my league
I wanna f*** the ones I envy, I envy
Cocaine and drinking with your friends
You live in the dark, boy, I cannot pretend
I’m not fazed, only here to sin
If Eve ain’t in your garden, you know that you can
I wanna sell what you’re buying
I wanna feel on yo’ ass in Hawaii
I want that jet lag from f***ing and flying
Shoot a child in your mouth while I’m riding
And you won’t believe the praise that piece of garbage got from liberal publications. Also, guess who promoted Lil Nas X to “Chief Impact Officer” after he released this filth? Does the name Taco Bell sound familiar? That’s definitely going to alienate a lot of potential customers.
As MRC Culture writer Alexa Moutevelis pointed out last Friday, television screens are filled with storylines and dialogue meant to specifically slander conservatives and decent people. And unfortunately, that also includes children’s content; as Netflix and toy making giant Hasbro rebooted My Little Pony once again, this time with a movie that was partly and overtly inspired by left-wing themes about “fascism”, as well as other progressive talking points. A Fox News article about that film shows the creators’ true colors:
The Times hints at the “surprisingly unsubtle references” to America’s current political climate, likely to get picked up by parents viewing with their little ones. The anti-magic ponies are essentially “anti-science,” writer Batrice Loayza points out. Meanwhile, Jeong’s Sprout is a “crimson demagogue with a bleach-blonde mane” who “ascends to power.”
If you can’t see how in-your-face that plot line is against anybody who disagrees with their far-left worldview, I don’t know what to tell you.
And all of this is just fine with the liberal media, which celebrates filth like Lil Nas X, as well as the smut and woke lectures that go along with it. Even worse, if you think any of this content is offensive or disgusting, you’re a right-wing gasbag with partisan outrage in the eyes of organizations like MSNBC.
The time has come for us as a country to realize that the culture has been infiltrated by influences far beyond the control of average Americans. And anyone who tries to fight back against these influences is demeaned and/or scorned. And this is why many people are afraid to speak up about it.
Check out the music isle of your local Walmart and Target store, your streaming service account, and/or local cable guide this weekend. You won’t believe what’s being force-fed to us.