The Super Bowl’s Halftime Talent Avoids Preaching Liberal BS During Their Performances

Written by Wes Walker on February 4, 2019

Yet another way the Obama legacy has evaporated: the ghost of Kaepernick’s NFL career didn’t visit the Super Bowl Halftime show.

The tedious ‘drama’ of the kneeling played no part in the Big Day, and we finally got a break from the pompous finger-wagging about whichever activist themes they don’t think America has kissed the ring for this year.

This year wasn’t about preaching or ‘sending a message’.

It was about performers.

Maroon 5’s Adam Levine, Travis Scott, and ‘Big Boi’ (no, that’s not a typo).

All the focus was on Levine.

Was there a ‘wardrobe malfunction’ this year?


Well, not… exactly. Does this count?

Then a shirt came off, but since it was a guy, so nobody really cared. And [besides the predictable percentage of drooling and swooning] he got pretty soundly roasted for some of his tats:

The musicians played their sets, pretty much stayed in their lane, and let the game be the big event.

Fans would have liked the show. Everyone else just shrugged and continued on with life. Like a Pepsi it was … ‘ok’.

Although, in a low scoring event like this year’s Super Bowl, there was ONE way they couldn’t help but upstage the game.

Honestly, if the worst of it is talking about goofy celebrity quirks like writing ‘California’ across your belly, and wearing a shirt that looks like curtains, compared to what we’ve been force-fed in the past?

I’d call that a win. Not a big one, maybe, but a win.

And need we look further than this Super Bowl to remember that a win doesn’t have to be pretty to count as a win?

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