The CMT Country Music Awards last night featured a drag queen performance. Yes, I am serious.
· Apr 3, 2023 ·

At the CMT Music Awards last night, country singer Kelsea Ballerini, who was also co-hosting the event, performed her song "If You Go Down (I'm Going Down Too)" with four drag queens from the show "RuPaul's Drag Race" dancing around her.

The performance was a glaring display of full-blown wokeness and support for cross-dressing men and sexual degeneracy, from the song's title (sang in honor of the drag queens), to the rainbow lighting, to CMT and Ballerini's follow-up messages.

After the show Ballerini tweeted a picture from the performance, promising the men dressed as women, whom she called "iconic queens," that "if you go down, i'm going down too 🏳️‍🌈":

CMT tweeted a video of the performance, complete with rainbow flag emoji, saying that Ballerini "absolutely SLAYED":

They sure like to use that word...

This outrageous display comes less than a week after the Nashville school shooting that many liberal outlets and voices implicitly or explicitly blamed on Tennessee's new law banning drag shows in front of children.

Ballerini, a Tennessee native, clearly offered this performance to be a rebuke of that law, a signal of "allyship" with the LGBT+TBA community, and a co-sign of drag queens dancing sexually in front of children. Sponsored by CMT.

In the same weekend we got Dylan Mulvaney becoming a spokesman for Bud Light and cross-dressing men taking over the stage at the country music awards. Lord have mercy.


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