Conservative comedy duo mocks liberals with snowflake song

Trigger warning: if you’re a Democrat, this song may trigger you. 

Two country singers have transformed Garth Brooks’ classic 90’s hit “Friends in Low Places” into a hilarious political anthem mocking snowflakes whom they view as too sensitive.

Conservative comics, Chad Prather and Steve “Mudflap” McGrew, created the satirical song, “Friends in Safe Spaces” and will be using it as material for their comedy tour.

The parody opens with a nod to the inability of some liberals to accept defeat and their social media meltdowns: “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’ve got friends in safe spaces. If you don’t go with us, then you must be racist,” they sing in the chorus, poking fun at liberals who insist all Trump voters must be racist.

As the melody plays on, the comedy duo makes fun of delicate snowflakes for showing off participation trophies, CNN, Michael Moore movies, and “tears exploding from their faces.”

Their song has gone viral on social media and has received nearly 600,000 views on YouTube as of Saturday afternoon.

The parody also got the attention of Washington D.C., with Senator Ted Cruz calling it “a tribute to snowflakes everywhere.”

Prather was interviewed by Fox Business on Friday where he told the host that it took the duo all of 10 minutes to create the anti-snowflake smash hit, and explained that it was not intended to be “mean-spirited,” but to make light of events that are actually happening in our country in the wake of the election, including Democrats “going into safe spaces.” He added that their song made “a lot of people mad,” but he jokingly said they are most likely “mad at themselves for these crazy decisions they’ve made.”

H/T: RJ Media







 

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