Madonna has always been “out there” but her latest interview may have taken things to a whole other level, even for her.
And that’s really saying something.
By the way, how many Satanic and Freemason symbols can she fit into one photo?
Let’s see, we’ve got the X, check!
We’ve got the one eye covered, check!
We’ve got crosses worn in a sacrilegeous way, check!
And that’s only from a headshot!
I can only imagine what else would be seen if we had a full body shot of the outfit.
Anyway, I digress.
First up, she says Jesus would be “ok” with women having abortions.
Yeah, might want to back up on that one and not speak for him, but that’s just my opinion Madge.
Take a look:
Then she brought the Pope into it, claiming he's kind of a "groovy guy".
Well, that confirms my thoughts about the Pope, but that's a whole different article.
Here's more, from Fox News:
The 60-year-old "Queen of Pop," who grew up Catholic, said she wants to change the Vatican's stance on reproductive rights.
"Let's talk about Jesus' point of view about women. Let's talk about it," said Madonna during an interview Tuesday with Australian talk show host Andrew Denton.
"Don't you think Jesus would agree that a woman has the right to choose what to do with her body?" said the pop star, who was wearing an eyepatch to promote her new "Madame X" album.
"I think [Pope Francis] would be open to having that conversation with me," she told Denton.
A conversation, perhaps, but a change of heart would be a stretch for the Holy See, which recently likened abortion to hiring a hitman and has said the procedure can never be condoned. The pope, however, has struck a somewhat more conciliatory tone toward the women who had the procedure and made it easier for them to be absolved of the sin of abortion.
And while Madonna she wants to expand abortion rights, the anti-Trump singer declared in a sneak peek of her new single "God Control" earlier this week that "guns need to be made illegal."
And from Breitbart:
In a Tuesday interview with Australian television presenter Andrew Denton, singer Madonna suggested that Jesus Christ would have favored a woman’s right to undergo an abortion.
While promoting her newly released album Madame X, Madonna veered off on several tangents about the Catholic Church and Pope Francis. After a joke from Denton about her and the pope knocking back drinks, the Material Girl singer said she wouldn’t be surprised if the opportunity presented itself. “One day he might invite me. I think this one might,” she said, before listing off what the pair would discuss.
“Let’s talk about Jesus’ point of view about women,” Madonna mused about what she would talk about with the pope. “Let’s talk about it. What do you really think he thought of women? And don’t you think Jesus would agree that a woman has the right to choose what to do with her body? I think he would be open to having that conversation with me.”
In 2015, Madonna said that despite being purportedly “excommunicated” by the Catholic Church on numerous occasions, the possibility of her and the pope meeting up to talk about hot-button issues wouldn’t be outside the realm of possibility. “I also feel like this new pope is kind of groovy, and I think we might be able to get together and have a chat about sex,” she said at the time.
Madonna’s remarks come as Hollywood is ratching up its pressure campaign against states that have recently passed strict abortion laws. Republican governors in Georgia, Mississippi, and Ohio have signed their own “heartbeat” bills in the last year, barring the killing of infants after a fetal heartbeat is detected — which occurs within six weeks of pregnancy. Last month, Missouri lawmakers passed similar legislation, becoming the eighth state to do so. On the same day, the Texas House of Representatives approved a measure aimed at banning any state or local government from using taxpayer money to partner with abortion providers.
Major Hollywood studios in recent weeks have joined Netflix in saying they may reevaluate filming in Georgia if the state’s abortion law goes into effect. The state is known for its lucrative tax incentives for filming.
WarnerMedia, NBCUniversal, Sony Pictures Entertainment, and the Walt Disney Co. followed the streaming service’s lead earlier this week with a deluge of statements, breaking a three-week silence from the big players in entertainment on the law.
Now, here's where things went ever worse.
And here's the part I wasn't even willing to print in the headline:
Here's more, again from our friends over at Breitbart:
Left-wing pop star Madonna claimed in an interview this week with Australian television presenter Andrew Denton that there’s something “sexual” about seeing Jesus Christ “practically naked” hanging on the cross.
“There’s something really extreme and dramatic about the idea that you know, in any church you go and you see a man on a cross, practically naked, bleeding from his wounds, and everyone genuflects and prays to him,” Madonna said of Christ. “I find that so intriguing, poetic and sometimes sexual, sensual. And the idea that people are – in a way, it’s pagan because people are worshipping a thing.”
The political pop star, who said in 2015 that she’d been “excommunicated by the Catholic Church a few times,” is promoting her latest album Madame X. During the wide-ranging interview, the “Rebel Heart” singer jumped to the Pope and politics and what she might discuss with the supreme pontiff.
“Let’s talk about Jesus’ point of view about women.” Madonna said “Let’s talk about it. What do you really think he thought of women? And don’t you think Jesus would agree that a woman has the right to choose what to do with her body?’ I think he would be open to having that conversation with me.”