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Op-Ed: Woke Singer Shania Twain Gushes Over Drag Queens and “Unholy” Satanic Grammy Duet Song

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Shania Twain performs during opening ceremony at US Open Championships day 1 at Billie Jean King Tennis center. File photo: Lev Radin, Shutter Stock, licensed.

PORTSMOUTH, OH – It must be either a bad fad or the woke mind virus. Another has-been singer curtsies to RuPaul’s divas (aka biological males) and gives kudos to a demonic Grammy performance.  

In 2000, Shania Twain, a county and pop combination singer, took home two Grammys when “Come On Over” was named Best Country Song and “Man! I Feel Like A Woman!” won for Best Female Country Vocal Performance. 

Perhaps Twain will dedicate her over twenty-years-old tune to her new BFFs – RuPaul’s shiny and whiny drag queens. She previously guest judged on Ru Paul’s Drag Race. 

Twain oozed adoration for drag queens (aka biological males pretending to be females) during a recent interview with journalist Anthony Allen Ramos of GLAAD.  

My questions: Twain does know that drag queens are biological males, right? Hmmm. Would she still ooh and aah after the drama divas slip into jeans and remove caked on makeup, wacky wigs, and high-heels? And look like, er, men. A small number of drag queens are actually transsexual. 

Watch a video of her new song as she is dressed in various drag queen garb playing different instruments. Cheesy. Cringey. Clownish. Album title, “The Queen of Me.” 

And what’s up with riding a black horse with half of one breast exposed? Twain may be trying to mimic Beyonce’s Illuminati symbolism. Another photo shows Twain in fishnet hose with legs spread wide. I guess sexuality never stops selling for singers.  

Related: 

Drag’s celebration of femininity turns out to be far less successful than it appears. By separating femaleness from femininity, drag queens can appropriate the latter while setting up the former for the most crude forms of caricature and satire. Indeed, critics of drag have long condemned it for misogyny. Though drag’s text is a mockery of masculinity, its subtext—largely ­unread by its straight female fans—is a subversion of femaleness.” – Darel Paul, First Things essay “Drag Queens”

Has Twain watched the Libs of TikTok video clips of drag queens indoctrinating, grooming, and sexualizing children? Does she agree with minors undergoing the knife to have healthy breasts and genitals cut off under the guise of transitioning to the opposite sex? She didn’t say.  

Here’s the scary part: 

Oozing admiration for Kim Petras and Sam Smith’s win for the song “Unholy” at the Grammy’s, Twain proclaimed, “Kim reminds me of a living angel.” 

Huh? I must have a watched another version of the Satanic enactment. Queen of blasphemy, Madonna introduced singers Sam Smith (gay and nonbinary) and Kim Petras (biological male that identifies as a female). And the trio of eeriness and oddness worshipped the Prince of Darkness together. 

Smith joined Petras for a Hades-inspired duo performance in which, at one point, he donned a top hat with devil horns as decadent dancers gyrated around him, while Petras sang from inside a cage with roaring flames. Surrounded by dancing demon-looking figures, Smith writhed while Petras was locked behind chains. At one point in the song, Petras references the Satanic Balenciaga brand: “Mmm, daddy, daddy, if you want it, drop the add’y (yuh)/ Give me love, give me Fendi, my Balenciaga daddy.”  

Has Twain sold her soul to the Devil as well? Or is she just trying to be a jazzy 57 year-old in a bizzarro generation of howling misfits and weirdos? 

And what do you benefit if you gain the whole world but lose your own soul?” (Mark 8:26, NIV) 

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