And here come the "what Gaga should have said" hot takes. https://t.co/KD2a2FztKF
— Dennis Walker (@DennisWalkerJr) February 6, 2017
Predictably, Lady Gaga’s halftime performance didn’t go far enough on the politics for some:
— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) February 6, 2017
Gaga didn’t go full Meryl Streep last night, and that was bound to disappoint some.
She said God bless America. One nation under God with liberty and justice for all.
More profound than cheap leftist talking points. ?? https://t.co/mlC1DQx5qR
— sarah (@therightsarah) February 6, 2017
@latimes She *did* say something profound, she said that she cares about ALL of her fans, not just the ones who agree with her politically.
— ?Lizzie Whoreden? (@VerucaAssault_) February 6, 2017
You mean she chose to perform instead of complain? To unite America at one of its proudest events instead of divide it? Our media is a joke. https://t.co/XtMAAyE4NU
— Gray Horn (@RunGK_) February 6, 2017
Like what?…"Fuck da poleeece"? https://t.co/ceFL5uMhr0
— Steven Shaw☣ (@czechov) February 6, 2017
No. Lady Gaga realized the American people have no tolerance for being preached to and wisely chose to stick with her best talents. https://t.co/RpRnjnKh6s
— General Cusswords (@yaycapitalism) February 6, 2017
Incredibly thankful that Gaga chose unity over political outrage & further division. ??❤️ https://t.co/mbJ75HD0U8
— Sassarah (@FoundersGirl) February 6, 2017
@latimes You missed it then – her entire performance was a profound statement of inclusion.
— Watchdog Progressive (@Watchdogsniffer) February 6, 2017
— Bluevelvetsky (@raphiepie) February 6, 2017
@latimes maybe because she wanted americans to just have fun and relax for 13 minutes. And. Have you seen the opening? Statement enough.
— vincent rms (@rosolindo) February 6, 2017
Oh shut up. https://t.co/prd6BllAhJ
— Observer (@corrcomm) February 6, 2017
— PearlsBeforeSwine (@Gavin0503) February 6, 2017