This Grammy winner just insulted every American veteran with her cringe edition of the national anthem

Jul 13, 2023

Patriotism is, perhaps, at its peak in America throughout the month of July.

Independence Day, the nice weather, baseball, barbecues, fireworks – the month just screams “Americana.”

But one grammy-award winning singer, this month, insulted every American veteran with a rendition of the national anthem that will have you seeing red.

The attack on Americana

Disgraced quarterback Colin Kaepernick first started protesting against the American flag and national anthem back in 2016.

The radical Left continues to wage a war against symbolism of Americana ever since.

There have even been calls for a “black national anthem.”

And now one award-winning singer has delivered just that.

At a primarily black festival, one singer changed the words of the Star-Spangled Banner to trash the United States and its history.

Jill Scott and the Essence Music Festival

Grammy winner Jill Scott is a singer and actress known for her three volumes of Words and Sounds albums and her role in Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married.

She’s won three Grammy Awards and been nominated for 11 more.

And earlier this month she was one of the headliners for the annual Essence Music Festival.

The Essence Music Festival is primarily a black-female event celebrating African American culture.

The concert has been aired live on MSNBC in past years, and this year was sponsored by Walt Disney Corporation.

And the crowd in attendance loved Scott’s performance this year – but the rest of America wasn’t so pleased.

Scott disgraces the American national anthem

Scott was given the honor of singing the national anthem at the Essence Music Festival this year.

But she took it upon herself to completely rewrite the lyrics to the song.

As sports columnist turned conservative cultural correspondent Jason Whitlock pointed out, Scott’s rendition of the Star-Spangled Banner was nothing short of an attack on the country that allowed Scott to be a rich, famous star.

“Oh, say can you see, by the blood in the streets,” Scott sang. “This place doesn’t smile on you, colored child. Whose blood built this land with sweat and their hands. But we’ll die in this place and your memory erased. Oh, say, does this truth hold any weight. This is not the land of the free but the home of the slaves.”

The song didn’t sit well with Whitlock nor most who heard the cringe-worthy performance.

“The safest, most opportunity-rich place on the planet for black people is the United States of America,” Whitlock tweeted. “From the three Marxist lesbians who started BLM (Black Lives Matter) to Jill Scott, the black matriarchy keeps writing bad checks. Turned bitching and grifting into an art form.”

The new black national anthem?

However, the radical Left is pleased as punch with the rendition.

In fact, the organizers of the Essence Music Festival gave the song high praise – essentially anointing it the new black national anthem called for by people like Kaepernick and his ilk.

“Everyone please rise for the only National Anthem we will be recognizing from this day forward,” Essence tweeted. “Jill Scott, we thank you!”

The Civil Rights movement has now come full circle to the point where the Left wants to bring back the same segregation they supported back in the days of Jim Crow.

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