WATCH: Cast of “Hamilton” Adds “Sisterhood” to “America the Beautiful”

Cast of Hamilton Adds Sisterhood to America the Beautiful

In the run-up to the big game, many political and sports commentators were wondering just how political Super Bowl LI would get, given everything that has happened in the past year.

While overall the game and most (but not all) of the ads were actually pretty apolitical, before the first kick even happened, the women who were tapped to sing “America The Beautiful” decided they just had to make a political statement.

Renne Elise Goldsberry, Jasmine Cephas Jones and Phillipa Soo, all former “Hamilton” cast members, added the word “sisterhood” to the lyrics of the song, NBC Sports reported.

“And crown thy good with brotherhood and sisterhood…” they sang as part of the crowd cheered at that.

Set phasers to ignorant.

Seriously? Can’t these liberals just sing the darn song the way it was written? We get it, you’re feminists, but do you really have to go ruin a perfectly good song just to make a name for yourselves?

Vanity Fair noted that after the trio added those few words to the song, the camera panned to New England Patriot’s head coach Bill Belichick, who had a facial expression on that indicated he wasn’t too happy about what they had done — either that or he was contemplating the game that was about to take place.

For some reason, feminists and their ilk have felt the need to alter perfectly fine pieces of culture to suit their political correctness crusade.

From campaigns to give Captain America a boyfriend, to making Iron Man a woman, liberals have tried to rewrite history continuously in the name of “diversity.”

Did it ever occur to them that rather than screw up American classics, maybe they should try writing their own songs, and their own super heroes, that can be whatever they want them to be?

Probably not, because that would actually make sense.

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