In this episode of When Pop Stars Open Their Mouths: gun control with Kesha.
Yes, Kesha. She's had some radio hits and often dresses like she's doing her best Ziggy Stardust impression. Apparently that gives her credibility to speak with authority on Second Amendment isues, right?
Wrong, but it's not stopping her, that's for sure.
At a mini-concert given during the Democratic National Convention for none other than gun-control super-PAC founder Gabby Giffords, Kesha lectured the crowd between songs about the wonders of gun control:
"We as a nation, we can’t control who feels hurt, we can’t control who feels pain…You can’t control every single person and know how they’re going to deal with things and know if they’re going to pick up a weapon — you don’t know that. But what we can control is who we give the f***ing weapons to.”
As the crowd roared, the singer added, "I think the universe is screaming at us that there needs to be a change, and we have to f***ing listen."
She uttered another favorite phrase of the Left, "Love can heal us all." Newsbusters had an appropriate response: "She should try telling that to ISIS." Exactly.
Kesha wasn't the only security-guarded pop star screaming against guns during the convention. There was also Alicia Keys, who was given a prime spot, right on the DNC stage to bravely perform makeup-free and declare that "women are the answer."
And because she dedicated her song to the Mothers of the Movement -- the mothers of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Eric Garner, et al -- Keys used the opportunity to pervert a beloved slogan all patriots hold dear:
"Until we deal with gun control in America, we cannot claim to be the home of the brave."
We wonder if she practices gun control in her on home, or does her security detail take care of that? Kesha? Anyone?