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They haven’t even finished counting the votes from the midterm elections yet, and the entire leftist machine is already in full swing ahead of the 2024 elections.
One of the main assets that the left has always counted on is the world of entertainment, artificially and self-serving elevated to the world of “culture” to make it seem as if it had authority and credibility when in reality they are nothing more than mere puppeteers who in turn are puppets of the Democratic Party.
While we can see this all the time, it has been especially evident this past week how the left uses “culture” to play politics. In the latest episode of the series The Good Fight, the plot revolved around a sexual assault allegation against Florida’s Republican Governor Ron DeSantis.
We are used to the fact that in all Hollywood productions the Republicans are never the good guys, but this time they have crossed a line. For a fictional series to use the first and last names of a contemporary politician for such a serious accusation is unheard of, and gives us a measure of how far the left is willing to go. It seems that anything goes.
Despite the overwhelming majority of left-wing entertainers, always willing to use their art and fame to play politics, something is beginning to change in the entertainment world, and one can sense a certain nervousness on the left as they realize that there are beginning to be voices that do not agree with their discourse.
The writers of Saturday Night Live threatened to boycott Dave Chappelle’s appearance on the latest show, as they consider him a “transphobe.” Not only did they fail to boycott his performance, but he spoke in relatively good terms about Donald Trump – within what might be expected – leaving SNL parishioners stunned and uncomfortably silent.
More and more artists are revolting against the wokest and most radical ideas of the Democrats, which is good news, but the even better news is that neither the artists nor the public is giving in to the threats of the left, which is becoming increasingly worried as it begins to lose control of the culture.
Ignacio Manuel García Medina, Business Management teacher. Artist and lecturer specialized in Popular Culture for various platforms. Presenter of the program "Pop Libertario" for the Juan de Mariana Institute. Lives in the Canary Islands, Spain // Ignacio M. García Medina es profesor de Gestión de Empresas. Es miembro del Instituto Juan de Mariana y conferenciante especializado en Cultura Popular e ideas de la Libertad.
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