Trump supporter and former New York Lt. Gov. Betsy McCaughey engaged in a discussion with CNN’s Don Lemon about the leaked 2005 audio recording in which Republican nominee Donald Trump was caught on a hot mic making lewd comments about women.
McCaughey argued that Hillary Clinton, who condemned Trump after the tape came out, is a hypocrite because she says she loves Beyonce’s music, which McCaughey said is full of vulgar lyrics.
“I abhor lewd and bawdy language. I don’t listen to rap music. I don’t like that kind of thing,” McCaughey told Lemon, adding, “I mentioned rap music because it’s full of the f-word, the p-word, the b-word, the a-word.”
“Hillary Clinton expresses that she finds the language on that bus horrific, but in fact she likes language like this, quote, ‘I came to slay, b—-. When he F me good, I take his a– to Red Lobster,’” McCaughey said, referring to one of Beyonce’s popular songs.
“I don’t think anybody likes that but those people are not running for president,” Lemon responded.
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“Her favorite performer whom (Clinton) says she idolizes and would like to imitate. So you know what I’m saying to you? There’s a lot of hypocrisy,” McCaughey said.
Lemon didn’t seem to take the comparison seriously, only responding with, “OK, Betsy.”
When the “BeyHive” — another name for the pop star’s fan base — learned about the comments McCaughey made, they quickly came to Beyoncé’s defense by posting on different social media pages with the bee emoji.
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— Ira Madison III (@ira) October 11, 2016
Betsy McCaughey so dumb she kicks the Beyhive ?????https://t.co/pexeT1uKsR
— Clara Jeffery (@ClaraJeffery) October 11, 2016
Kindly keep Beyoncé’s name out of your mouth. @Betsy_McCaughey
— Ellery Queen (@MZGunter) October 11, 2016
— Taren Danielle (@DaniTheDiva85) October 11, 2016
McCaughey concerns were echoed by Christian blogger Doug Wilson, who noted that America’s cultural values have declined, affecting all areas of life, including politics. The country has become a reflection of what we are currently embracing.
“Did we really think we could outlaw decency, and yet somehow still have decency,” Wilson said. “Did we really believe we could blow a hole in the hull of decent discourse and still have the ship stay on the surface?”
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