On Sunday night, the 60th Annual Grammy Awards were held in New York’s Madison Square Garden. Like most Hollywood-sponsored events, the entire night felt like a consistent attack on President Trump and Republicans in general.Most of the political commentaries came from musicians during their speeches or introductions.
However, the biggest show of immaturity came in the form of a pre-recorded parody sketch which involved host James Corden auditioning various celebrities including Cher, John Legend, Snoop Dogg, and Cardi B. Each celebrity read sentences from the widely controversial novel Fire and Fury by Michael Wolff.
At the end of the sketch, the final person to ‘audition’ is failed presidential-candidate Hillary Clinton who also reads an excerpt from the book and it deemed ‘Grammy’s in the bag.’
Sean Spicer has been a loyal supporter of President Trump and made a public appearance on Fox & Friends to express his frustration with Hollywood always taking their opinions too far.“…I understand the notion of trying to inject a little bit of humor into these shows, but I think the bigger pattern isn’t just that they become political..I think that’s mainstream media speak for trying to make it sound like it’s not one way.
It’s time for these Hollywood elites to get off their liberal high-horse and STOP politicizing every single thing they do. The American people are tired of seeing politics injected into every Hollywood event. They need to do their job and ENTERTAIN or they will be out of jobs soon enough!