What is this world coming to?

Seriously…

What is happening to our society when EVIL is defended by those who claim to be compassionate and caring people?

At what point did Christianity become the “bad guy”?

How does a religion based on a man that preached peace come to be viewed as a problematic tool for racism, bigotry, misogyny, homophobia, and a lot more?

It’s baffling…

And the more that Christianity gets attacked, the closer, I believe, we get to the end of our society.

The rise of the anti-gender generation has been a marking point throughout history as to why certain empire’s fall.

In both the Greek and Roman empires, their societies began to crumble when the concern for genders and sexuality started to take precedence over logic and fact.

Joe Rogan spoke about his with political commentator Douglass Murray on his show, and he discusses how these kinds of arguments lead to an eroding of all boundaries. If they can get us to question everything, including what we know and can see with our own eyes, the end is not far behind.

However, we’re not here to talk about the fall of our modern society…

We’re here to discuss the newest thing that may be contributing to it…and it comes in the form of rapper Lil Nas X.

Now, you may know the name Lil Nas X from his wildly popular song “Old Town Road” that he sang with country star Billy Ray Cyrus.

Not only did it shoot him to fame and fortune, but it also ingrained him into the psyche of youth, who absolutely loved this song and did dances to it over social media platforms like Tiktok.

Now, we didn’t know that Lil Nas was gay back then, and ultimately it doesn’t really matter. We shouldn’t care about anybody’s sexual preference any more than we should care about their skin color or religion…

In fact, he came out after the song was released, and both sides of the aisle applauded. Everyone realized that it must have taken a lot of courage to do that, especially when his career was just taking off.

Lil Nas was praised for his courage, and everyone was on board with what he was doing.

Lil Nas KNOWS that his audience is made up predominantly of kids, which is why his appearances have been marketed towards the youth. In the years since “Old Town Road,” he’s been seen singing with Elmo on Sesame Street, as well as performing a concert for gaming site Roblox (which got 30 million visits during his appearance).

And truth be told, marketing to kids directly makes perfect sense when you look at exactly how huge “Old Town Road” was with the children of America…

So, why is he so concerned with leading them towards evil instead of away from it?

Now, we’re not talking about him being gay…

His gayness has nothing to do with the issue here.

The issue is his recent release, a song called Montero, which shows hypersexual imagery as well as Lil Nas himself literally seducing the Devil and taking his crown for his own.

This anti-Christian and hypersexual imagery ISN’T good for kids…

You don’t have to have a degree in child psychology to know that. We also know Lil Nas knows his audience is mostly kids…

So, why would he put something out that is so overtly sexual and anti-Christian?

Even worse, he’s putting out his own brand of Nike “Satan Shoes” (Nike isn’t involved, he just bought the shoes and is putting them out on his own). He and another artist are collaborating to put out 666 pairs of these shoes that have satanic imagery all over them—and each pair is made with a drop of human blood.

This is evil…

Plain and simple.

Is this the kind of openness towards alternative lifestyles that we want for our kids?

Is this the kind of person we want our kids to idolize and emulate?

Of course not, but what’s even worse is the fact that the Left is defending him and his choices here, even though they realize just how harmful this kind of stuff can be for children to see.

This is because they can’t compartmentalize…

They can’t see that not ALL things LGBTQ are good for all ages. To them, it’s either ALL good or none of it is – and it’s this mentality that will destroy our kids’ psyche and contribute to the fall of American society as we know it.

Come on, Libs…

It’s not all good – and you know it.

We need boundaries…

We need to be able to trust that others understand what is and ISN’T good for our society…and this ISN’T good.

This is what it sounds like to hear Nero fiddling…

Or at least tuning up for the grand finale.

 

“I feel like I’m opening the doors for more people. That they feel more comfortable being out. Especially in the hip-hop community.” – Lil Nas X