A woke singer has announced that she is leaving country music, claiming that the industry has morphed into something “misogynistic and racist and homophobic and transphobic” — somehow linking all of this to former President Donald Trump.
Maren Morris, known for her Grammy-winning song “My Church,” discussed her decision to leave the country music industry in a recent interview with the Los Angeles Times — where she cited Jason Aldean’s recent hit song “Try That in a Small Town” as something that has become a “really toxic weapon in culture wars.”
Jason Aldean just released an absolutely epic music video for the song "Try That In a Small Town" that rips into the left-wing riots, soft on crime governance in cities, gun control, and other leftist degradation. pic.twitter.com/dUYzGbnvc6
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) July 17, 2023
“After the Trump years, people’s biases were on full display,” Morris claimed. “It just revealed who people really were, and that they were proud to be misogynistic and racist and homophobic and transphobic. All these things were being celebrated, and it was weirdly dovetailing with this hypermasculine branch of country music.”
“I thought I’d like to burn it to the ground and start over,” she added at another point in the interview. “But it’s burning itself down without my help.”
“I’ve said everything I can say,” Morris also said.
The leftist singer also noted in the interview that performing onstage recently with fellow Democrat singer Taylor Swift made her feel “safe” — which is a possible indication of a future career move.
Morris went on to push identity politics in her attack on normal country music and its fans, noting how happy she was about the crowd at the pop music concert being “90% women and 10% gays and dads” — which supposedly made her feel “safe.”
Meanwhile, Morris has openly embraced numerous far-left causes in recent years — including pushing explicit drag queen shows for children and dangerous, irreversible gender transition procedures on minors.
She also used a recent guest appearance on “RuPaul’s Drag Race” to try to apologize for what she deemed as the country music industry’s “relationship with LGBTQ+ members.”
“Coming from country music and its relationship with, like, LGBTQ+ members, I just want to say I’m sorry and I love you guys for making me feel like a brave voice in country music,” Morris said. “So I just thank you guys for inspiring me. I’m gonna cry. I’m gonna go!”
Conservatives on X, formerly known as Twitter, mocked Morris for her decision to quit country music — with director and producer Robby Starbuck noting: “This is hilarious. @MarenMorris says she’s quitting country music but the truth is, country music quit her. Awards shows had issues getting artists to sit near her because she’s so insufferably woke & toxic. Don’t let the door hit you on the way out Maren!”
This is hilarious. @MarenMorris says she’s quitting country music but the truth is, country music quit her. Awards shows had issues getting artists to sit near her because she’s so insufferably woke & toxic. Don’t let the door hit you on the way out Maren! pic.twitter.com/iVJ2NWud0M
— Robby Starbuck (@robbystarbuck) September 16, 2023