Atheist Bill Maher Mocks Rolling Stone’s Article on Musicians Claiming Equality of Outcomes
In the 1990s, the American educational system began introducing “equality of outcome” among young kids. Basically, every kid gets a trophy no matter how good or bad they are at something.
The result of this kind of thinking is that “American kids now have a totally deluded and unearned belief, in their charm brains, and talent,” Bill Maher said in his late-night show.
Maher then cited an article in Rolling Stone magazine titled, ‘Data Shows 90 Percent of Streams Go to the Top 1 Percent of Artists.’
Of all people who would criticize the leftist mob, Maher was basically saying that streaming has not given musicians the “equality of outcomes.” This is something a conservative (Christian) would say.
Rolling Stones complaining about inequality
In 2019 alone, more than 1.6 million artists released songs between January and July 20, according to the magazine. That means thousand of tracks a day on Spotify are uploaded. Yet Rolling Stone complains about today’s streaming landscape, the host added.
In short, the cry for equality is impossible to apply to everyone. Not everyone is talented, he quipped.
Yet the magazine Rolling Stone complains that out of all the streamed material, only two artists are in the top, with the bottom at only 90% pulling in point six percent of streams.
The point is, certain types of music are not for everyone, and everyone does not like certain music. Google the word “reality,” Maher said.
Demonic ideology of Equality of Outcome
Today, Republican-Liberal politics push for “equality” among social status, gender, and religion. However, it is also persecuting Christian conservatives.