The melding of politics and entertainment has certainly been a worrisome development in the modern era.
We no longer live in a world of “public servants” – community leaders who win popularity contests in order to lead the community that already followed them.
No, we live today in a world of popularity contests subsidized and reinvigorized by massive corporations whose sole purpose is to shave a few dollars off of the bottom line by throwing some filet mignon in the general direction of Capitol Hill. These lobbyist leaches have turned politics into quagmire of corporate pitfalls and name-branded campaigns, of which a great many Americans see right through.
This corporative insouciance has led to many unwarranted assumptions about where entertainment allegiances align.
Now, preeminent heavy metal icon Ozzy Osbourne is weighing in.
Rock star Ozzy Osbourne has banned President Donald Trump from using his music, instead suggesting that he uses songs from artists who support his presidency.
On Thursday morning, Trump tweeted a doctored video of himself crashing the Democratic debates featuring Osbourne’s 1980’s hit “Crazy Train.” The video, which has been retweeted over 40,000 times, remains on his Twitter account.
The tweet is simply sublime.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 27, 2019
President Trump’s sense of humor, and the wry wit encased within it, is not to be overlooked…even by the dry and reactionary liberal left.
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