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Congressman Dons a Wig and Sings a Song About Trump, Totally Embarrasses Himself

Totally cringeworthy.

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The folks who belong to the Democratic Party have been reeling from their big loss to President Trump for going on two years now, seemingly losing their identity, struggling to find out where they fit in the larger context of American society, and resorting to all sorts of wacky nonsense in an attempt to appeal to a wider base of voters.

All they’ve really managed to do is embarrass themselves repeatedly, like in the case of Rep. Keith Ellison who decided to slap on a wig, do a little jig, and belt out a tune mocking the president.

No doubt the man is trying to be funny, but it really just ends up looking like a desperate attempt to be cool.

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Congressman and Democratic National Committee deputy chairman Keith Ellison (D., Minn.) displayed his singing abilities at this year’s MinnRoast event with a song mocking President Donald Trump.

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“If I want to be called a stable genius, I just call my best friend Vladamir Putin,” Ellison sang while wearing a Trump-style wig and playing an acoustic guitar to the tune of “Guantanamera.”

Ellison was accompanied by Minneapolis City Council Member Jeremiah Ellison, who played the drums. The song included lyrics about adult film actress Stormy Daniels, special counsel Robert Mueller, collusion with Russia, and former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty (R.).

“Now there is one guy I can’t stand, even though he voted for me. He called me unhinged and unfit. Which is it, Tim Pawlenty?” Ellison sang.

There’s not quite enough descriptors in the English language to summarize how dumb and juvenile this really is, so feel free to give it your best shot.

These folks can continue taking cheap shots all they want. The bottom line is that Trump has kept the vast majority of his campaign promises and has accomplished a lot of good for the country, regardless of whether anyone likes his personality or not.

Trump is getting results, and since these results are positive and are winning folks over, it makes the left feel super desperate, and the only thing they can really do is fight back with schoolyard insults.

It’s a sure sign that conservatives are winning.

Source: The Free Beacon

 

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