When a vulgar, woefully uninformed pop star speaks on politics, America listens.
Tawdry pop singer Miley Cyrus created a bit of a stir Thursday when she took to social media to call Indiana Gov. Mike Pence an “a–hole” for standing up for religious freedom.
“You’re an a–hole @govpenceIN,” the crude artist said in an Instagram post.
You’re an asshole @govpenceIN ✌️-1 cc: the only place that has more idiots that Instagram is in politics @braisoncwukong thank you for standing up for what is right! We need more strong heterosexual men fighting for equality in both men and women! Why are the macho afraid to love muchoooo?!?
With religion under attack across America, Indiana became the 20th state to enact legislation in support of religious freedom.
The bill is similar to the federal Religious Freedom Restoration Act, signed into law in 1993 by President Bill Clinton, and proclaims state or local governments “may not substantially burden a person’s exercise of religion.”
Gay rights activists and other secular progressives are concerned the bill may result in discrimination by giving businesses the legal right to refuse service to gay people.
“This bill is not about discrimination, and if I thought it legalized discrimination I would have vetoed it,” Pence said. “In fact, it does not even apply to disputes between private parties unless government action is involved.”
Ensuring her place among the hip crowd, Cyrus went for the trifecta in her Instagram post — she showed support for the LGBT community, targeted straight men and slammed politicians.
“[T]he only place that has more idiots than Instagram is in politics,” she wrote.
Unfortunately, by failing to disparage the white race, Cyrus missed out on collecting bonus hip points.
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