Published on: November 13, 2023 at 08:09 pm.
Last updated on: 15 November 2023 at 06:52 h.
On July 10, 2023, social media exploded with a bombshell: Country music star Garth Brooks was forced to cancel all remaining dates of his “Plus One” residency at Caesars Palace. The reason for the decline in ticket sales was the backlash from his fans to his inclusive stance towards the transgender community.
“Garth Brooks had no choice but to cancel the rest of his Las Vegas contract — 11 shows in all — after ticket sales went down the toilet,” the paper reported. Dunning Kroger Times, “No one wants to see me now,” Brooks is quoted as saying. I hope it passes. All I said was I’d be serving Bud Light at the new bar.
Bud lit them
Last summer, conservative musicians led a boycott of Bud Light maker Anheuser-Busch over its running a social media campaign that featured transgender TikTok star Dylan Mulvaney.
Kid Rock, Ted Nugent, country singers Travis Tritt, and John Rich have all reportedly downed Anheuser-Busch beers from tour riders and bars and been vocal about it.
But Brooks, who was about to open his Nashville bar, Friends in Low Places, refused.
“Yes, we will serve all kinds of beer,” he said during a June 2023 interview. painting magazine. “It’s just us. It’s not our decision to make. Our order is this – if you are (allowed) into this house, love one another.
Under the Dunning Kroger Times story, the comments seemed to illustrate the backlash against Brooks that she reported.
Dave McCann wrote: “Sorry Garth… you are now in Dixie Chicks territory for me and will never buy or listen to another one of your songs.” “When enough of us vote with our dollars, maybe rich elites like you will finally take notice and STFU!”
There was only one problem…
None of Brooks’ Las Vegas shows have ever been cancelled. His “Plus One” stay at the Colosseum has been extended until July 13, 2024. This is because all previous tickets sold out quickly when they first went on sale – In late 2022.
This is because Dunning Kroger Times Not a news site apparently. Not even the site parodying it Claims He is.
Without hinting OnionsHumor or satire, this site lures unsuspecting readers with fake news stories designed to maximize sensationalism and credibility.
Wynn’s cancellation wasn’t even this site’s only fake story about Brooks’ backlash. It was also falsely reported that the singer was booed off the stage at the 123rd Annual Texas Country Jamboree and had to cancel the grand opening of the new bar.
Excuse us, that spelling these things.
the Dunning Kroger Times Run by Christopher Blair, a resident of Portland, Maine BBC News like “The Godfather of Fake News.” Blair justifies his “profession” by claiming that his site contains a lesson he can teach his misguided readers.
This lesson is that everyone should read the “About Us” page of a website before passing on its information. If anyone bothers to read Dunning Kroger Times “About Us” page.They will encounter the first sentence: “Everything on this site is fiction.”
But no one reads a media outlet’s “About Us” page to check its legitimacy, and for good reason. Any website unscrupulous enough to spread fake news would certainly be unscrupulous enough to lie on its About Us page.
By the way, Dunning Kroger Times It is named after the psychological effect exhibited by self-proclaimed experts who don’t know enough about a topic to even know they don’t know enough. Since Blair is promoting disinformation, and does not even realize how harmful disinformation is to the free democratic society in which it is allowed to function, he has chosen a ridiculous headline for a website.
So what does Blair have to say about himself? His response to any criticism is also on his About Us page which no one cares to read for good reason.
“As for morality, what the heck at all,” he reads. “I have a bunch of stuff, I’ve been building it for years, and it makes me a good living. I don’t like it? I don’t care.”
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