Katy Perry, pop star-turned-Hillary Clinton-gal-Friday-turned-anti-Trumpeteer, offered up the bubble of all bubble responses to the terror attack at the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester that left adults and kids alike dead and injured — and it went something like this: All we need is love.
“No barriers, no borders, we all just need to co-exist,” she said, while calling for “the greatest thing,” and that is to “just united and love on each other,” Breitbart noted, citing her remarks on an “Elvis Duran and the Morning Show” appearance.
Here’s a thought, Katy: You first.
Go on with your bare-headed, bared-midriff self to, say, the streets of Syria or Iran right now and put on a feel-good, for-the-love-of-it-all free concert to, as you say, “unite” the world. Don’t forget the self-address, postage-paid box — so your head can be shipped back to your loved ones.
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