In an epic example of liberal own-age, a radio station in Elizabethtown played “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” for two straight hours on Sunday after social justice warriors declared the song out-of-bounds this Christmas season.
“While stations across the country are pulling the song from their playlists, WAKY in Elizabethtown held a two-hour marathon this weekend,” according to WLKY.
The song, written in 1944, has been described as “predatory . . . undeniably unquestionably, predatory. And just kind of like, unforgivable,” by atheist liberal losers seeking to destroy traditional Christmas celebrations.
The radio station decided to fight back in its own way.
“I’m not sure why it’s controversial,” Joe Fredele, director of programming for WAKY, reportedly told WLKY. “We’ve played this song for years, you know, this song is older than WAKY is. It’s almost 70 years old.”
Fredele, like any sane person, is against sexual assault. He said he supports the #MeToo movement. But obviously, the outrage over “Baby, It’s Cold Outside,” is a bridge too far. If the social justice crowd was actually concerned with the messaging of music played on the radio, thousands, possibly more, songs would have to be banished. Entire rap music stations would need to be wiped out. To them, it is not about the messaging, it is about badgering Christians during Christmastime – a subtle attempt to establish power and dominance.
“This song is not about [sexual assault]. All it is, is a dialogue between a man and a woman, and at the end of the song, you hear them harmonize together, so they’re agreeing basically,” Fredele said.
From 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Sunday morning, the radio station played five different versions of the song, and threw its middle finger political left.
Not all heroes wear capes.
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