Glitzy, Glamorous, Gay Grammys
Gene Lalor | January 28, 2014
When the “Popular Christian gospel singer Natalie Grant walked out on the Grammys after witnessing a series of performances that even the mainstream entertainment media admitted were occult in nature” (Prof. Paul Joseph Watson), Ms. Grant made an unequivocable statement concerning her opinion of the awards show.
Despite being nominated for two Grammys, she later obliquely tweeted on the cause of her early departure from the festivities yet made it vividly obvious that what she had witnessed stood in gross conflict with her Christian beliefs.
Professor Watson believes she “was probably referring to Katy Perry, [a daughter of Pentecostal pastors] who was surrounded by demons as she danced around an upside down broomstick before being encircled by fire during a performance of her song ‘Dark Horse’ ” while costumed in a bizarre get-up featuring an illuminated Knights Templar cross.
I don’t know precisely when Ms. Grant took her leave but I’m guessing she hadn’t seen nothing yet!
The 56th Annual Grammy Awards Show, telecast Sunday on CBS starting at 8pm on both coasts and 7pm central time to insure that America’s families and teenagers were tuning in to Katie Perry’s sexually-suggestive performance of ”Dark Horse” in which she first appeared inside a crystal ball and ended with her standing in front of a hellish fire.
Perry had followed the opening spectacle of Beyoncé’s amazingly explicit act. Semi-dressed in a see-through black thong bodysuit over fishnet tights, Beyoncé sang “Drunk In Love” alongside her husband Jay Z and left no doubt as to their favorite indoor sport.
Still, the Grammy people weren’t done yet trashing American culture and trying to seduce Americans into thinking their “stars” represented all there is in our country.
Far from it.
The real highlight of the evening at the Staples Center were marriages, specifically on-air weddings of 33 both straight couples, Hollywood’s over-the-top answer to Tiny Tim’s 1969 farcical wedding to Miss Vicky on Johnny Carson’s “Tonight Show.”
Serenaded by gay rappers Macklemore & Ryan Lewis who were nominated for seven Grammys and who won four awards, their homosexual “Same Love” became the theme song for the 33 newlyweds, “weddings” officiated by Queen Latifah along with the rapidly aging Material Girl, Madonna. The “queen” officiated as the couples exchanged rings while she pronounced the gays man and spouse or woman and spouse as Madonna passionately sang “Open Your Heart.”
At the conclusion of what HuffPo characterized as a “historical television moment,” the Beatles Ringo Starr said to Paul McCartney, “Let’s all renew our vows.”
Dubbed the “Gaygrammys” by many, what happened at Sunday’s Grammys was indeed historic, although not for the reasons Macklemore and Ryan and Latifah and Madonna and two over-the-hill Beatles may assume. The 2014 56th Annual Grammy Awards Show may have marked the night gays and their fellow travelers convinced some Americans that the aberration of homosexuality is normal. And, as Mr.Conservative.com pointed out, just “more Liberal nonsense trying to cram their ‘tolerance’ and acceptance down our throat whether we like it or not.”
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