Grammy Awards Audience With Cardi B’s Salacious Burlesque Show
By Bob DeMoss • bobdemoss.com • Lynchburg, Virginia
We cancel books by Dr. Seuss because his influence on kids might be harmful. I haven’t seen any empirical—or even anecdotal—data to support that overblown, politically correct concern. Nevertheless, the youngins must be protected from hidden messages in Horton Hears a Who! and Green Eggs and Ham.
If these woke-a-dopers were genuinely concerned about harming youth, why are they silent when the morally numb producers of the Grammy Awards throw a duo of crotch-stroking, stage-humping, stripper pole-fondling “artists” into our faces without a thought that maybe, just maybe, a few million kids might catch the act?
According to this report, “Households that watch the Grammy Awards are predominantly young families with children” who are “2.5 times as likely to have 2+ kids under the age of 6.”
With that in mind, watch Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion perform“UP” and “WAP” while humping the stage and each other—then tell me that’s appropriate “entertainment” for 6-year-olds . . . or worthy of anyone possessing a scintilla of modesty or decency.
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And then there Jesus who said, “If anyone causes one of these little ones—those who believe in me—to stumble, it would be better for them to have a large millstone hung around their neck and to be drowned in the depths of the sea” (Matthew 18:6 NIV).
And yet, CBS proudly offered their airwaves as a platform for these scantily-clad women to romp and cavort in a bed larger than the largest California King on the market.
CBS is the same network which prohibited Lucy Ricardo from using the “offensive” word “pregnant” during the I Love Lucy show. They also debated whether or not to permit showing a toilet in the pilot episode of Leave It To Beaver. And yet they have no issue today with leg-spreading public exhibitions of decadence.
Clearly, CBS is in the toilet today—as are the ratings for the Grammy’s which have been on a decade-long slide. Statista reports the audience share has been more than halved since 2012. And this year’s numbers were down 53% off last year. Perhaps the best thing to come out of the cancel culture would be cancelling the Grammy’s—although they’re doing a pretty good job of losing the audience all on their own.