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As the world of hyper-partisan politics falls apart in 2018, the American people are rejecting the left’s tawdry tribalism in a huge way.

We as a nation are undergoing a massive conservative enlightenment in the middle of the 2010’s, with We The People railing against the idea of divide and conquer politics.  We have a citizen President for the time time in decades, (possibly longer), and civilians are finding themselves refreshed by Donald Trump’s blatant and blunt honesty in the Oval Office.

This has allowed the veil to thin, with the D.C. Deep State Swamp coming into full focus for perhaps the first time.  The message at the heart of this awakening is that we won’t be divided any longer by the likes of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton; two crooked politicos who have rewritten the entire rule book on bad Beltway behavior.

Last night’s Billboard Music Awards were, predictably, a lightning rod for these last ditch efforts of the left to install a knee-jerk reaction into the midst of the almighty Constitution.  Americans were not amused.

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In another year of falls among adults 18-49, the three-hour NBC awards show topped Sunday’s primetime but hit an all-time low in fast affiliates, with a 9% dip from last year’s previous low on ABC. Now facing American Idol (1.3/5) on ABC — the music competition series dived 24% from its May 13 show — the Billboard Music Awards also had to take on a triumphant Golden State Warriors and Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals on cable.

The night’s most salient moment, at least from the perspective of the liberal left’s gang of gun-grabbers, was when Kelly Clarkson turned the stage into a soap box to expound on this week’s school shooting in Texas.

“Before we start tonight’s show, there’s something I’d like to say,” Clarkson began as tears began to well up in her eyes. “I’m a Texas girl and my home state has had so much heartbreak over this past year — and once again, y’all, we’re grieving for more kids that have died for just no reason at all. And tonight they wanted me to say — that obviously we want to pray for all the victims and their families.”

She continued, “I’m so sick of moments of silence…it’s not working, obviously. Why don’t we do a moment of action, a moment of change? We need to do better.”

And at that moment, you could hear the sound of millions of remote controls clicking up and away from the over-politicized charade.

Clarkson was taken to task just a day later by Meghan McCain on The View, who urged Americans to use common sense when discussing altering the inalterable Second Amendment.



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