Kenny Chesney has a wonderful voice. In addition, he has a team of professional songwriters that work for him. Nashville veterans that top understand the template of songwriting: i.e. the alternation of a rhyme scheme between the verse and chorus, a bridge that adds new information to a theme, etc.

So Kenny Chesney has a great voice, along with excellent lyrics. What could possibly go wrong? The answer is simple…feminist intrusion

The music videos of Kenny Chesney are feminist tripe to the trained eye; and it turns an otherwise beautiful song into a piece of divisive agitprop.

Let’s go through the list:

1.) Anything But Mine

This is a great ballad. It’s a song about a man in love with a woman. However, take a look at the music video. At 1:22 of the video, the woman tries to kick the man in the head. Because, you know…every man loves to be physically assaulted.

The reason is simple. The music industry is run by a diabolic group of feminazis. And their goal is the destruction of anything beautiful or sacred. Don’t believe me? Read the Scum Manifesto of Valerie Solano It’s filled with beautiful lines like the following:

“Every man, deep down, knows he’s a worthless piece of shit.”

“To call a man an animal is to flatter him; he’s a machine, a walking dildo.”

What a gal, no? Unfortunately, she’s not just a random troll. You see, she’s a feminist…and feminism is the dominating agenda of the day – extending from the White House to the Music Industry.

2.) She Thinks My Tractor’s Sexy

This a fun, albeit corny song. However, the beat is great and so is the message. Again, it’s about a man in love with a woman.

Let’s take a look at the first verse of the song:

Plowin’ these fields in the hot summer sun
Over by the gate lordy here she comes
With a basket full of chicken and a big cold jug of sweet tea

I highlighted the important part – a woman is walking toward the man with a basket full of chicken and a jug of sweet tea. That’s what every hard-working man wants – to see a beautiful woman willing to dote on him.

Now you at the video around 0:28. This is the scene that corresponds to the line.

If you’ll notice, the woman DOES NOT have a basket of chicken in her hand, nor a jug of sweet tea. So why the the producers of the video leave that out? Their job is to match the video to the lyrics.

The answer is simple…they left out the scene because they did not want to offend the feminist factions of the audience. It’s obvious.

3.) Don’t Blink

This is another great song. It’s about putting value in the present…in your family and children. A wonderful message.

Notice again how the video producers infect the video with their Satanic semen. The video opens with an old man, sharing his life lessons. At around 0:30, he tells us to cherish our parents…”especially mother.”

Once again…the feminism doesn’t end. The video gets destroyed by placing one parent over the other. Essentially, it disrespects the fathers of the world by adhering to the Satanic cult of Abzug/Steinem/Dworkin.

Conclusion

Do you think Kenny Chesney is aware of this? Perhaps…but there might not be anything he can do about it. The music industry is ruled by the dark forces of humanity, a den of adders. So you have to sell your soul along the way.

Remember, country music is “heartland music.” therefore, it’s the enemy of the globalist agenda. By injecting it with feminism, they can poison the lives of innocent Americans.

See Related Article: Why Did Bill Nye Become a Feminist?

 

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