Katy Perry Urges Fans To Express Love After Election — Gets Pulverized By The Left

After the election, singer-songwriter Katy Perry, who’s been very outspoken in her support of many liberal issues, used her platform to urge fans to express love to those “who do not agree” with them politically. Sadly, it didn’t go as Perry might have hoped. Instead, she got pulverized by the left.

Katy Perry (Photo Credit: Screenshot)

After media outlets called the 2020 presidential election in favor of former Vice President Joe Biden, declaring him the victor, Katy Perry thought it was a good time to encourage unity across the country. Unfortunately for her, she was about to find out the hard way that that’s not what many of her left-leaning followers want.

Instead, some leftists continued to demonstrate their unhinged hatred and lack of mercy for anyone who doesn’t agree with their political views after Perry urged them to contact family members who don’t share their political views and express love to them. Very quickly, they showed that they don’t have any tolerance or wish to coexist with anyone who doesn’t view their world through their liberal lens.

“The first thing I did when the presidency was called is text and call my family members who do not agree and tell them I love them and am here for them,” Perry tweeted. “#FamilyFirst. Call your family today,” she continued.

That caring sentiment and the heinous sin of calling for love was enough to make Katy Perry the latest victim of the left. Yes, loving your family, even if they have different political views, is seemingly a crime according to some on the left, who didn’t mince words when coming after Perry.

Not taking too kindly to Perry’s suggestion that they extend kindness and love, leftists accused the singer of being too forgiving towards those they believe are racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic white supremacists. “Super good to know white supremacy isn’t a dealbreaker for you,” one such Twitter user responded.

They weren’t alone in their disdain over the popstar’s remarks, either. “Truth is, rich white ppl such as yourself were NEVER at risk no matter who won this election,” another commenter wrote, according to The Blaze. “To you, this is more a disagreement of opinions — to the rest of us, this election was a matter of life or death in many aspects. So no, I won’t be calling my family to console them.”

“I refuse to bow down to my oppressors,” another commenter responded. “I refuse to extend an olive branch to people who don’t think I should exist.”

“You can disagree on pizza topings and TV shows, Katy, not basic human rights and decency,” yet another wrote while another quipped, “‘Yes family I forgive you for wanting to deny marginalized people human rights; after all I would hate for Sunday dinner to be awkward.”

Another offered “better options,” suggesting “calling friends and family who have been traumatized by 4 years of hate and asking them what they need,” and “calling friends and family who are republican but voted for Biden and thanking them for putting people above politics,” as well as “slapping racism outta others.”

“Not extending an olive branch to people who voted against BASIC human decency. Unlike you, I don’t have the privilege,” yet another declared, posting a picture of a sign that read, “We must now be ruthless.”

There were those, of course, who tried to express rational reasoning.

“White supremacy doesn’t have a party,” one Twitter user countered. “One of the most racist people I know is a Democrat. Joe Biden has a long history of being a racist. Just read his past comments and some just in the last couple of months,” they added.

Sadly, the left has its own narrative and has declared that all those who support Trump are inherently evil. They don’t want unity, healing, or to coexist in love and harmony. They want revenge for crimes they have created in their head, and it’s not just a few on the left who feel this way. Democrat lawmakers have sounded the alarm.

“Is anyone archiving these Trump sycophants for when they try to downplay or deny their complicity in the future? I foresee decent probability of many deleted Tweets, writings, photos in the future,” Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted, pushing for an apparent blacklist of people who worked with or supported Trump, according to Fox News.

AOC isn’t alone, as Katy Perry discovered. “You better believe it,” Hari Sevugan, a former spokesman for the Democratic National Committee and for President Obama, told the congresswoman on Twitter. “We just launched the Trump Accountability Project to make sure anyone who took a paycheck to help Trump undermine America is held responsible for what they did.”

That sounds loving, tolerant, and downright American, doesn’t it? Make no mistake, Katy Perry has been incredibly outspoken against President Trump. However, the second she fell out of line — by simply suggesting that people love their family members, regardless of their political views — she was attacked. That’s the left for you, proving they will eat their own. Of course, that’s my opinion. You are welcome to yours — because that’s what real tolerance looks like.

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