The hate-filled left went after sainted country singer Dolly Parton for her Super Bowl ad in support of small businesses.
Parton lent her song “9 to 5” to a Super Bowl ad for Squarespace, a company that caters to small businesses and start-ups.
Here is the ad:
Do you think Cubans are fighting for healthcare or freedom from Communism?
But the left was not having it.
Liberals went on the attack slamming Parton for trying to help small businesses get off the ground.
“As much as we all love Dolly Parton, it’s still disappointing to hear her literally sing the praises of ‘working, working, working,'” a columnist for NBC News screeched.
MarketWatch jumped in to accuse Parton of not understanding today’s work climate saying: “One job is no longer enough to survive: Dolly Parton’s Super Bowl ad glosses over the reality for millions of gig workers, critics say.”
Newsweek attacked saying:
Amid stagnant wages, dwindling retirement savings, skyrocketing health insurance bills, and ever-higher rents, Big Business finally has a way to fix the Dickensian economy.
No, it isn’t higher wages, Medicare for All, the promised $2,000 check, or even a whittled-down $1,000 check. Instead, this Super Bowl Sunday, the nation will be told that the long-sought answer is the Great American Side Hustle — the mythical 1099 talisman that will supposedly liberate us from the economic hardship of the low-paying day job.
Well, there you go.
Even saint Dolly can’t be saved once the left decides she is an apostate.
Liberals would rather you be beholden to them, and making slave wages with the minimum wage than making your own way in life with your own business.
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