Two hilarious country music singers decided to make a song that called out everything liberals have done since Donald Trump won the election. This video will probably be the funniest thing you will listen to – until this duo makes another song.
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The duo, Chad Prather and Steve “Mudflap” McGrew, put a conservative political spin on one of Garth Brooke’s most famous songs “Friends in low places.” The pair decided to take a dig at liberals needing safe places after the election, so the two called the song, “Friends in safe places.”
The song starts with the two artists making fun of liberals being sheltered and getting their news from social media. And the line that hits the nail on the head is when they state that liberals think that anyone who doesn’t agree with them must be racist.
“Blame it all on our roots, we never wore boots, we never once played in the streets. Feel very bitter, got news off of Twitter, we just can’t handle defeat. I got friends in safe spaces, if you don’t go with us then you must be racist, that’s our catch phase. Where’s our latte?”
The mocking of the snowflakes continues with the pair singing that liberals grew up receiving participation trophies and always expecting to win. The song says Trump winning is not the problem. America is in trouble because of these out of touch liberal crybabies.
“Come on in and let’s be cozy. Showin’ off participation trophies. Give us an hour, we’re delicate flowers, we just need an embrace!”
The video of the song was just put up last week and it has been a massive success. So much so that the pair has now decided to create a comedy tour. Jeff Foxworthy, move over. Here comes Chad and Mudflap!
Watch below to check out their hilarious conservative anthem.