After weeks filled with political scandals, it feels good to sit back, listen to some music, and have a chuckle at the expense of liberals. This song is JUST what we needed to hear.
Steve “Mudflap” McGrew and Chad Prather, two singing cowboy comedians, just released a parody of Garth Brooks’ “Friends in Low Places.” It’s called “Friends in Safe Spaces,” and it’s a brilliant, witty stab at all the sensitive “snowflakes” out there.
Lyrics like, “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 my latte?” flow throughout the catchy pro-conservative tune.
In a time when liberal comedians are running rampant with their anti-American rhetoric, it’s refreshing to have this duo of funnymen bring something different to the table. Their hilarious take on the overly sensitive losers of last year’s election is sure to make any patriot giggle with delight.
Even Ted Cruz took to Twitter to endorse the song in a recent tweet. He sent it out as a message to “snowflakes everywhere” and has already gotten upwards of 1,500 “likes” in the last 12 hours, via Ted Cruz.
We the People are sick and tired of having to listen to liberal whining on a daily basis. It’s fantastic that artists on our side are standing up and calling these “snowflakes” out on their hypocritical and oft-ridiculous behavior.
After having to endure artists like Snoop Dogg and Bow Wow literally threaten the lives of our Republican representatives, and Dems calling it “art,” it’s about time we got a turn at the creative table to show them what art REALLY is.
Not only are the creative ventures coming out of our side more well-done — they’re a hell of a lot funnier. And producing true comedy is no easy feat! This song parody is a work of utter genius, and we need to spread it around so everyone can see it!
Liberals should be truly ashamed at this point. As McGrew and Prather sing, “We’ve got puppies on site, and we play on the floor, and there’s coloring books,” it’s hard to understand how we ever took the Democrat party seriously.
The Dems and their ilk have been acting like entitled children for a long time now, but their tantrums and “safe spaces” have gotten them nowhere. Hardworking Americans are now making the rules — and making fun of the opposition in the process.
We hope that “Friends in Safe Spaces” starts a trend for more pro-conservative music and art to be released. We have a lot of creative people in our camp, and God knows we could all use a good laugh.