As the eldest daughter of country music legend Johnny Cash and trailblazer for her own music, Rosanne Cash has continued to thrill her fans, as well as her father's, with her authentic talent and sensational vocal abilities. Not only has Cash produced and been recognized for her musical efforts, but her recent recognition includes the humble admittance into the Nashville Songwriters Hall Of Fame in October of 2015.
However, despite her prestigious titles and awards, Cash has continued to stay involved in the political and social issues of the nation as a whole, doing what she feels is her obligation to educate those uncertain on current political riffs and policies. The singer has used social media as her platform, while her recent activity has profoundly expressed discontent with President Trump's recent ban on immigration, as well as her confident involvement with women's rights and the highly publicized Women's March.
Like her father, Cash isn't one to let the negative words of the few phase her, as her Twitter page has showcased her anger and frustration. While the Women's March reached nationwide and served as an incredible effort to be heard, Cash later transitioned her focus to address President Trump's alleged plans on building a wall defining the Mexico border, in addition to his 120 day immigration hold.
Cash tweeted a cheeky status to her followers, saying, "How does one withhold the portion of their taxes that would go to finance the building of a Wall?" while utilizing the hashtag "Asking For A Friend". She continued to call President Trump's new immigration action "immoral" while uploading statistics stating a large amount of refugees that Canada has taken in, claiming they have yet to experience any obscene terrorist attacks.
Canada has accepted 31,000 Syrian refugees, US has taken 10,000. There have been 0 terrorists attacks by any of these. Correct? Pls advise.— rosanne cash (@rosannecash) January 28, 2017
All terrorist attacks on US soil since 9.11 were by US citizens. This ban is immoral grandstanding. We are becoming something not-America.— rosanne cash (@rosannecash) January 28, 2017
However, not all readers were on board with the singer's claims, as one social media user directly addressed Cash in reference to her women's rights activity. The angered user exclaimed, "Your Daddy would not be proud of you. Surely you did not gather with that group of trashy women!!" Cash was quick to respond in her, and her father's, defense, telling the woman that her father protested as well, "for Vietnam War, for Native Americans, for prisoners rights, ETC."
It seems that many celebrities are voicing their political opinions on social media and well beyond! Do you agree with them?
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