April 25, 2019
So, the New York Yankees (I now remember why I loathe them) have banned Kate Smith's version of God Bless America from the seventh inning stretch. Gee; what brave souls the Yankees must be! They are so "woke' they banned a song asking for God's blessing!
From Conservative HQ:
"The Yankees pulled Smith’s ‘God Bless America’ from the rotation at the start of the season, but the New York Daily News reported the reason Thursday — ‘the Yankees were made aware of Smith’s history of potential racism.’
"According to the Daily News, the ‘potential racism’ of which the Yankees were made aware included that she recorded ‘Pickaninny Heaven,’ a jingle about black children where, among other things, they fantasize about ‘great big watermelons.’ She recorded a film clip to promote the song at a black orphanage and, the Daily News reported, ‘much of the imagery is startlingly racist.’”
Uh, in the 1930's EVERYONE was startlingly racist. That's why the Nazis and Fascists came to power. You cannot judge everyone from a modern perspective; times change, sometimes for the better, sometimes not. Kate Smith was a singer, not a politician or philosopher. I would like to point out that Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood, is still honored to this day despite her being a huge racist and in fact founding PP to promote the euthanasia of the entire African American population. That was her stated goal, and she tried to implement that.
The hypocrisy is astounding.
Kate Smith just sang some parody songs and tried to scrounge a living during the Great Depression as a singer. She did what she had to do.
Maybe the Yankees should switch to a recording of Obama's pastor, Jeremiah Wright, when he cursed America in a sermon the then-future President should have noticed. "Not God bless America, God d##$ed America!"
Maybe that's more the Yankee's speed?
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