So she gave in to their tantrums.
"I sincerely apologize for my lapse in judgment," she said, "for being uneducated on the issues that affect every American at this crucial time in history and for causing such dismay and heartbreak for my fans," she wrote to The Wrap.
Get over yourself.
The slobbering wimp-out by a woman with a nice voice came a day after she defended her participation at the inauguration in a New York Times interview.
"We've become such a polarized country--we're not listening to what the Obamas have said," she told The Times. "They told us to move forward with hope--they didn't tell us to stop participating."
She obviously follows direction quite readily because when the LGBT people became upset with her, she did what they told her what they wanted her to do and she did it.
She said that she voted for the unindicted Hillary Clinton and that the Trump team knew it. "But if someone wants me to sing a national anthem or something, we think about America, and we go."
But that was before the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people spoke up. Now she will not sing the National Anthem, even in spite of everything she said she believes in.
It turns out, Holliday discovered that the Trump Administration is a lot more tolerant and diverse than the buzzards of the LGBT community as she admitted, "It brought a lot of threats from people already saying I'll never work again," she told The Times. "If that's what America has come to, where we all hate and bully people, there's no more freedom of speech."
Sadly, on Saturday, she gave in to the militant group. They got what their bullying demanded: that she shows total obedience to them and their cause.
"Please know that I HEAR YOU and I feel your pain," she wrote in an apology to the lesbian, bisexual, gay, transgender, asexual, confused, questioning, gender neutral, non-binary, queer, gender fluid people. "The LGBT Community was mostly responsible for birthing my career and I am deeply indebted to you."
It can make you throw up in your mouth.