In the wake of the Charlottesville massacre of free speech, country singer Dolly Parton got up on stage and reminded us that "We are all Americans."

Are we really?

We should ask the people at MTV -- the people who own, operate, or otherwise participate in the influential music television network.

Would an American use the worst profanity against a sitting president in a public gathering?

Not in the America that used to exist, they wouldn't.

MTV has shown itself to be in a classless class of its own as the medium that shapes and defines youth culture in the same manner in which it celebrates itself -- in filthy gratuitous style.

The same network that promotes and profits from the desecration and debasement of traditional American culture also thought it rather funny to sing Trump's dirty praises during one of the commercial breaks at the vainglorious MTV Awards.

The song, officially titled "FTD" -- "F**k Donald Trump" -- went like this:

F**k Donald Trump
F**k Donald Trump
Yeah, n***a, f**k Donald Trump
Yeah, yeah, f**k Donald Trump
[…]

I like white folks, but I don’t like you
All the n***as in the hood wanna fight you
Surprised El Chapo ain’t tried to snipe you
Surprised the Nation of Islam ain’t tried to find you
Have a rally out in L.A., we gon’ f**k it up
Home of the Rodney King riot, we don’t give a f**k

The song was released by rappers YG and Nipsey Hussle in 2016. Could you tell by the genius of the lyrics?

As further proof of the nation's near-terminal moral decline, the rules of decency and decorum do not apply in any public discourse regarding Donald Trump.

All they really did was show their audience what scum they are and their real scheme to try to slander Trump at every turn.

All because Trump wants to Make America Great Again.

How American is that?

Do you think MTV owes President Trump an apology for lobbing F-bombs during the recent MTV Awards?

 
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