Liberals just have to force themselves onto every American tradition and ultimately ruin them with their political correctness. Some would think it’s not a big deal to change the words to God Bless America, but it is a big deal. It’s an iconic song for our country. And the Schuyler Sisters knew it was a big deal, otherwise they wouldn’t have done it.
At least Lady Gaga gave America a half time show that didn’t involve shoving Hollywood’s liberalism down our throats, and I for one hope more Americans buy her music because of it.
(H/T: Independent Journal Review)
can you believe the schuyler sisters won the super bowl pic.twitter.com/1org1WlR2a
— Trang Dong (@tranganhdong) February 5, 2017
Their performance was largely praised, but Twitter users were quick to catch one minor change to the American classic.
After singing the line “and crown thy hood with brotherhood,” Jasmine Cephas Jones and Renee Elise Goldsberry added the words “and sisterhood,” before continuing.
— Danny Woo (@dannywoo15) February 6, 2017
The show’s creator, Lin-Manuel Miranda, weighed in:
AND SISTERHOOD. pic.twitter.com/2Zx8Sg9XmW
— Lin-Manuel Miranda (@Lin_Manuel) February 5, 2017
One user proved his “Hamilton” fandom with a line from the show:
— Grant Boone (@grantboone) February 6, 2017
And an iconic gif from their Broadway performanc:
— Zadi (@Zadi) February 5, 2017
Twitter user Amanda saw no reason to continue the event:
okay now that the Schuyler Sisters absolutely killed it, the super bowl is over..cancelled..no need to continue..I am happy
— Amanda (@amandaa_mckeon) February 5, 2017
One user cued in to the Falcons coach’s reaction:
— Jade Le Pape 🦋 (@jlepape007) February 5, 2017
Michaela Jacobson is waiting patiently for the backlash:
Waiting for people to get mad that the Schuyler Sisters added “Sisterhood” to America the Beautiful pic.twitter.com/7SkcPWumfA
— Michaela Jacobson (@ShortAndSweetMJ) February 5, 2017
She may not have to wait much longer. One user questioned why the camera didn’t show Vice President Mike Pence’s face. Another tweet claimed, “America is already great,” a clear nod to President Donald Trump.
What do you think?