The big story out of last night’s Grammy’s wasn’t Adele’s guilt-ridden acceptance speech or Busta Rhymes and his divisive gibberish.
No. The big story was Joy Villa, a buoy of courage in a sea of violent progressive rage.
In case you were off social media or smartly skipped the Grammy’s last night, Joy Villa donned a MAGA dress designed by pro-MAGA immigrant Andre Soriano, as reported by The Gateway Pundit. Girl’s on fire! Reminds me of another girl on fire…
She took a big risk with her career, when the easier path of bashing Trump was there for the taking.
Joy Villa did two remarkable things:
She showed Hollywood there’s a large, hungry market for Trump-supporting artists like actors, writers, directors, musicians, designers, etc.
She showed millions of people that maybe, just maybe, Trump is NOT literally Hitler.
America rewarded her risk as her sales have skyrocketed, as one music executive I spoke with last night predicted.
I wonder if Meryl Streep thinks it was a bunch of Nazi Brownshirts propelling Joy Villa’s album sales way past Adele, Bruno Mars and Beyoncé? Hmmm…
It’s going to take more Joy Villas to turn the tide in the war for Hollywood. The good news is I’m one of those voices, as some of you know, and I’ve met many others too.
My own artistic contribution to our culture war is almost ready. If you like what Joy Villa did at the Grammy’s, you’ll like what I’ve got coming soon. What I have planned for the left goes well beyond one movie project too.
As I wrote last week about Michael Bay’s turncoat anti-Trump project, a reckoning is coming. A huge segment of Americans will pushback against the left, make their voices heard and force Hollywood to notice.
That’s exactly what happened last night.