03/15/2018 / By Ethan Huff
Not even one full day after he was appointed to the board of directors of the Country Music Association’s CMA Foundation, former Arkansas Governor and two-time presidential candidate Mike Huckabee resigned from his post, citing a barrage of bullying from the LGBT mafia over his religious and political beliefs.
A music-lover with some impressive guitar skills of his own, Huckabee had been chosen to help steer the CMA Foundation, which is dedicated to bringing the joys of music to children everywhere – including the less-fortunate. But LGBT hatred towards Huckabee simply wouldn’t tolerate his presence within the organization, as evidenced by the many Nashville music executives and activists who assaulted him on Twitter.
In a personal letter of resignation that was published by The Tennessean, Huckabee lamented the fact that a group which claims to support an agenda of “Love Trumps Hate” seems to always engage in the exact opposite whenever confronted with what it deems as opposing viewpoints.
“I hope this will end the unnecessary distraction and deterrent to the core mission of the Foundation which is to help kids acquire musical instruments and have an opportunity to participate in music programs as students,” Huckabee wrote about his resignation, highlighting how LGBT politics and mafia-like bullying is once again interfering in a humanitarian effort that should be apolitical for the benefit of all children.
“Until recently, the arts was the one place America could set aside political, geographical, racial, religious, and economic barriers and come together. If the arts community becomes part of the polarization instead of bridging communities and people over the power of civil norms as reflected in the arts, then we as a civilization may not be long for this earth.”
There was also a time when country music was a type of safe haven of conservative ideals – or at least a place where they weren’t scorned, mocked, and treated with contempt and disdain. But this is apparently no longer the case, as the CMA seems to have been co-opted by the LGBT mafia, even at its highest levels.
Jason Owen, co-president of Monument Records, a country music label that has an occult obelisk for its logo, and owner of Sandbox Entertainment, a country music marketing firm, is one such LGBT extremist. An openly gay man who’s married to another man, currently has a son, and is looking to adopt twins, Owen reportedly wrote to CMA CEO Sarah Trahern and CMA Foundation executive Tiffany Kerns asking them to remove Huckabee from his post.
Huckabee was also bombarded with all sorts of vile, hateful messages via his social media accounts – with messages so extreme that he didn’t even have to be let go. Rather than have to face such threats against not only himself but also his family, Huckabee decided that it would be best to simply part ways before even getting started, but not without letting the world know the truth.
“Since I will not be able to continue in what I had hoped to be useful service in this endeavor, I wanted to at least put some things on the record,” Huckabee wrote in his resignation letter, explaining how he was the type of poor, under-privileged, music-loving child who was helped by the likes of the CMA Foundation back when he was a child.
“I have no expectation that it will change the irrational vitriol directed toward you or me for my religious or political views that necessitated my abrupt departure, but I want you to know what you would never know by reading intolerant and vicious statements on the internet about who I am or what led me to want to be a part of your efforts to empower kids with the gift of music.”
His entire letter can be read at this link.
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