Pink Battles Trump Supporters After Criticizing President’s Response to Protests

Published: Thursday 4th Jun 2020 by Rashad

‘Dear Mr. President’ performer P!nk borrowed elements from her 2006 tune to address Donald Trump‘s response (or lack thereof) to the unrest across the nation amid rising deaths from coronavirus and racial injustice related to police brutality.

Taking to social media Wednesday afternoon (June 3), the GRAMMY winner slammed the U.S. president for his pseudo-patriotism:

“How can anyone call themself a patriot or an American if you re-elect a president that doesn’t govern, respect or represent half of our country?” she asked.

Later in the 30-second rant, she declared:

“That’s not America. That’s your America,” P!nk added. “That’s not America. So you either worship the Confederate flag, which is not our flag and it never will be, or you’re a hypocrite that doesn’t actually understand the meaning of patriotism or what it means to be an American.”

Needless to say, his staunchest supporters got wind of her commentary and started an all-out Twitter as a result.  See the exchanges inside:

After the video above was posted, the Pop diva went into defense mode.

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  1. Justme June 4, 2020

    Get em P!NK!!!! They got f*** up.. she don’t care she is gonna tell it like it is. Love her even more for this

  2. J. Nowell June 4, 2020

    This is why I love pink. She knows how to put people in their place. I don’t get how anyone could defend what Trump is doing and say that he’s protecting our country. This dude has made our country more divided than ever and some uneducated Twitter troll has the audacity to say that Barack Obama is the one that made our country divided how stupid are you?

  3. Re June 4, 2020

    We are on trouble cone November. I already see trump is going to get reelected. He has die hard support.

    • stan June 4, 2020

      i’m hopeful that he won’t. his core supporters might be loyal, but support from other groups (especially suburban voters) are collapsing.

  4. eric June 4, 2020

    I think her feelings are valid and genuine. The biggest thing I can’t get over right now is the video of protestors being cleared out to make room for Trump to pose in front of a church. Police swung the edge of their shields directly in people’s faces, ribs and shoved people who they had already knocked to the ground. It looked like another Bloody Sunday. Our president never denounced their actions, and that shows what kind of person he is. Like Pink, I don’t know how anyone can vote for such a vile human being in November.

  5. Tyty June 4, 2020

    Post the republican new AD on trump….. Chile it explains why trump been acting up on Twitter 🗣🥴

  6. J June 4, 2020

    Yass this is the P!nk that I remember from Bush era. Everyone in America needs to be this mad rn

  7. Introspection June 4, 2020

    No offense but Obama only served half the country too (and not the half that includes most black people) thats how politics usually works

    her opinion is silly childish and extremely out of touch. like all celebs and their virtue signaling. It is sad to me how many readers here, as well as the Editors fall for this crap of celebs and their “support”. No one cares about anyone as a group except the group itself.

    Its all about money and clout.

    And if you truly want to see “Justice” focus on individual Injustices and work on one at a time, ranting and screaming in the street for change will ONLY bring about more apathy and worse, hate toward each other.

    I am white, ive grown up with black people, up until 10 years ago all of us wouldn’t even think twice about what color we each were. And now we are in a world where racism is rampant, and im not referring to “white on black racism”, In fact the opposite.everyone whatever color you are needs to sit down and do some introspection, this isn’t a color thing, its a victim thing. Just see the murder of Jews in Jersey City, and the hate spewed from black people at the scene. “Jews deserve to die” – a bystander who happened to be black. Is that not racist?

    one other thing, i have experienced a lot of racism growing up in NYC, as a religious Jew (im secular now) the sad part is i never experienced bigotry or racism by a white person in NY, but only by Black people. Tht doesn’t mean all black people are racist, but there is definitely a cognitive dissonance about who REALLY are racists. Despite my experiences i have never felt or been particular racist toward black people, Was i scared? yes but not due to skin color, but rather the ghetto crime I grew up near, and the constant yelling “hey jew-boy fck you”.

    Wishing everyone true peace, and not based on Skin color, which the least significant thing about a human bring

  8. Bluebird June 5, 2020


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