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Skillet frontman John Cooper warns that Grammys, Cardi B are part of oppressive ‘woke’ culture that’s increasingly calling evil ‘good’ and good ‘evil’

John Cooper, frontman of Christian rock band
Skillet, went beyond merely disagreeing with the highly sexualized performance of “WAP” from Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion at the 2021 Grammy Awards and made a crucial observation about where our culture is quickly heading.

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“We’re living in a world right now where there are certain Dr. Seuss books that you cannot sell on eBay,” Cooper noted in a “Cooper Stuff” video posted Wednesday on his YouTube page. “They are just too much for anybody to even be allowed to buy; they’re being yanked down from all the bookstores and stuff like that. It’s just too much; it’s too evil. … But you can, and must, applaud the sexual degradation of Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion simulating sex together on the Grammys. … You must celebrate it. In fact, if you don’t celebrate it, then you’re actually a bad person, and you kind of, like, don’t love people, right? You’re actually not nice.”

He then read part of Isaiah 5:20 in the Old Testament of the Bible: “Woe to those who call evil good and good evil.”

Cooper pointed out that a growing number of people over the last several years have been engaging in that practice.

“Why would anybody ever call evil good and good evil?” he asked. “It’s simple: Because they just redefine the terms. The question is, who is going to define what is good, and who is gonna define what is evil? Every dictator in history says that what they were doing was good. That’s what they believe. If you go back and you read some of [Adolf] Hitler’s speeches, he’s, like, ‘I’m gonna set people free — free from the bondage of the Ten Commandments.’ In his mind, he’s a liberator. It’s always like that, you guys. All you do is you just redefine evil, and you redefine good. That’s what’s happening right now on the Grammys.”

Cooper noted that some may take issue with that perspective since Madonna made similar waves with her sexualized performances in the 1980s — but he noted that back then observers weren’t praising Madonna as good or virtuous.

“Now we’re redefining what ‘virtuous’ is,” he observed, adding that the effect is seen as more and more people are getting “cancelled” socially because of views that were once considered traditional but now are condemned as not “woke.”

Check out Cooper’s full Ten-Minute Talk:


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Ratings for the Grammys hit all time low despite everyone being stuck at home

Ratings for the Grammy Awards show on Sunday collapsed by more than half despite many Americans being stuck at home without anything to do.

According to The Wrap, ratings for the entertainment awards plunged from 18.8 million viewers in 2020 to 8.8 million viewers across all platforms. The decrease of 10 million viewers represented a disastrous drop of more than 53% in total viewers.

Although the celebrity-studded affair featured live performances by many of the most popular current entertainers, the visuals for the show were far more muted than usual because of the pandemic-related guidelines in Los Angeles.

The ratings set a new low for the awards show that had been previously set in 2006 with 16.999 million viewers.

Some viewers could have been turned off by overtly sexualized performances by Cardi B, Megan Thee Stallion and others.

Parents Television Council President Tim Winter called the Cardi B performance “entirely unfit for a primetime network television broadcast.”

“Artists have every right to confound empowerment with debasement, and sexiness with debauchery, but a broadcast television network carries a higher standard, especially during the times when children are likely to be in the audience. Shame on CBS,” he added.

Ahead of the show, Grammy executive producer Ben Winston predicted in an interview with Variety that they would lose 40% of the TV viewership, and said he would call it victory if they were able to limit the drop to less than 40%.

“Since we’re talking to Variety, I hope the story the next day won’t be ‘Ratings Down by 40%!'”

Instead, the TV ratings dropped by more than 53%.

In other fallout from the awards show, some were offended by the politically incorrect jokes made by comedian Bill Burr, who presented the award for Best Regional Mexican Music Album before the awards ceremony.

Here’s a news video on what happened at the Grammys:


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Outrage mob tries to cancel ‘cis white male’ Bill Burr for Grammy’s appearance where he mocks feminists

Bill Burr was a top trend on Twitter early Thursday evening, not for one of his many highly-rated comedy specials or his role as Migs Mayfeld in “The Mandalorian.” Instead, the stand-up comedy veteran was being assailed by the outrage mob, who were actively trying to cancel him for jokes he made during the 2021 Grammy Awards.

In an unusual move, the comedian presented the Grammy Award for “Best Regional Mexican Album,” which aired before the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards ceremony. Burr, who is never shy to tell the audience exactly what he is thinking, angered many people with his brash and unapologetic comedy style.

From the get-go, Burr set the tone that he was not going to be your typical Grammy’s Award presenter. The comedian joked, “Was I the only one who wanted to kill himself after that piano solo.”

Then he did some self-deprecating humor and called himself a “moron” for buying a new suit to present an award during the pre-Grammy’s show that was done remotely and nobody would see.

Burr then awkwardly mispronounced the winner’s name, Natalia Lafourcade.

While presenting the “Best Tropical Latin Album,” Burr made a joke about feminists. “How many feminists are like going nuts, ‘Why is this cis white male doing all this Latino stuff?'”

The wisecrack mocking woke culture hit a nerve and unleashed hundreds of tweets demanding the comedian be canceled for saying a joke.

There were furious calls to “ban all white men” and “for all white men to be kept in cages.” Another commenter inexplicably said he was “making fun of civil rights movements.” One person said Burr doesn’t have a comedic bone in his body. Burr has six comedy specials and was a regular on “Chappelle’s Show.”

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There were plenty of people defending Burr for telling jokes, and lampooning those who were said to be outraged over his comedy.

One Twitter user shared a video clip from Burr talking to Bill Maher about cancel culture from a few years ago, where he dismissed his haters.

Bill Burr also obliterated cancel culture when he hosted “Saturday Night Live” in 2019. The comedian also defended his fellow “The Mandalorian” star Gina Carano when she was canceled from the hit Disney show.

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