Mike Huckabee Defends Beyonce Slam: Former FOX News Star Doubles Down On Obama Attack

January 19, 2015 | By Garrett Montgomery More

Huckabee defends Beyonce slam, claiming that even Obama says that some of her lyrics embarrass him. In a new interview with Martha Raddatz from ABC’s This Week, Mike Huckabee defends his latest Beyonce slam, by saying that the Obamas should forbid Sasha and Malia from listening to the singer and her husband, rapper Jay Z. Mr Huckabee is currently promoting his new book God, Guns, Grits and Gravy due out on Tuesday.

Huckabee defends Beyonce slam

Huckabee defends Beyonce slam because he wants the Obamas to become better parents. On Sunday, Mike Huckabee sat down with Martha Raddatz on ABC’s This Week to promote his new book called God, Guns, Grits and Gravy that will be released on Tuesday.

The book talks about gay marriage, gun rights, the lack of patriotism in America, but mainly focuses on the difference between the people who live in “Bubble-villes” and “Bubba-villes.” According to former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, politicians like president Barack Obama live in “Bubble-villes,” which is why he can ask taxpayers to fork out $2.9 million in travel expenses for two golf outings.

Huckabee failed to mention that Republican presidents like, Bush the father, his son, Ronald Regan, cost taxpayers the same amount of money whenever they had to go on vacation with their family.

Mr Huckabee also claimed that New Yorkers and Hollywood stars are also part of the “Bubble-villes” because they are not aware what real Americans go through.

Bubba-villers are the stars of Here Comes Honey Boo-Boo, Duck Dynasty, the Palins, and other normal Americans, who cherish a faith-based life.

The former FOX News commentator dedicated an entire chapter of his future bestseller to why President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama should become better parents, and forbid their children from listening to artists like, Beyonce and her husband, rap star Jay Z. Huckabee defends Beyonce slam and adds:

“It was President Obama who said in an interview with Glamour who said that some of the lyrics he won’t listen to with his daughter because it embarrasses him. Well, here’s my point.If it embarrasses you, then why would you possibly think it’s wholesome for your children to put it into their heads?”

The ordained Southern Baptist minister is correct, in an interview with Glamour three years ago, Mr Obama stated while he and his children are fans of artists like Jay Z and Nas, he does not listen to music with them because he is embarrassed by the content. Obama said:

“We actually share tastes in hip-hop and rap music but we don’t listen to it together, because some of the language in there would embarrass me — at least while I’m listening to it with her. Folks like Jay Z, Nas, we both like them, but when it comes on and I’m sitting with her and Sasha, then I fast-forward because it would make me blush.”

In a previous interview with People Magazine, Huckabee, who is thinking about running for president in 2016, defended his decision to slam Beyonce by saying while she is a talented singer, she is mental poison, and some of her dance moves should be performed only in the bedroom.

Former President Jimmy Carter was asked to share his thoughts on the “Huckabee defends Beyonce slam” story and he replied by saying:

“I don’t agree with much that Mike Huckabee says.I think President Obama’s doing a good job.”

Huckabee defends Beyonce slam and the feud is still on.

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    1. whit says:

      Someone should ask Huckabee what right he has to bash Obama’s parenting, when his own son hung a dog from a tree, slit its throat and then beat it to to death, while he was a boyscout counselor. Then ask Huckabee why he fired the DA who tried to prosecute the son. What a sorry sack he is. This is a perfect example of the glass houses theory.


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