'Baby, It's Cold Outside' by Dean Martin Cracks Top Ten in 2018

In 2018, leftists have decided to be triggered by "Baby, It's Cold Outside." In a hilarious turn of events, Dean Martin cracks the top ten for digital sales for his hit song in December 2018.

According to Billboard, sales of Dean Martin's version of the song "Baby, It's Cold Outside" are up by 70 percent to 11,000 downloads for the week of December 13th.

It's not just downloads that are on the rise for the holiday classic. Online streams of the song have seen a sharp increase, up by 35 percent for a total of 11.1 millions streams over the past week.

What brought on the sudden increase of popularity of the song? Leftists have made claims that it promotes date rape and sexual harassment and have attempted to censor the song.

The song was first written in 1944 for the romantic comedy film Neptune's Daughter. The scenario in the song is a man is asking a woman to spend the night and arguing it's too cold for her to go outside and walk home, so she might as well stay the night.

Dean Martin - "Baby, It's Cold Outside"

The left's attempt to banish the song has failed miserably. Many people have taken action to play the song in protest of political correctness, causing the left's attempt to backfire spectacularly.

A radio station in Kentucky played the song on repeat for two hours to troll critics.