U2 Has The KKK Marching Outside The White House In Its New Video…

Oh, U2. How I utilized to love you so.I remember when you developed wonderful stuff like this in my youth:

And changed my whole teenage landscape with this:

And this is seriously among my preferred U2 tunes of all time, y’ all. It takes me back to my senior year in high school … ah, the 80s … Reagan, big hair, and total awesomeness:

And now? Now U2 is producing this political trash. They made a video with “members of Broken Fingaz Team, an Israeli graffiti group.”The video addresses the present political scenario: 2017 for us was the year fascists worldwide felt great sufficient to raise their heads again, encouraged by Trump and other world leaders, who utilize people’s fear to develop more walls and segregation,” the group says of the three-minute visual.

“Encouraged by Trump.”

The KKK marches outside the White Home in the video, since of COURSE it does that. Naturally Bono has bought into the CNN-MSNBC-ABC-American news media liberal bullcrap narrative. Of course Bono thinks he understands how half the country felt in the last election, as if he understands what it’s like to be a daily, working class American. As if he understands the very first thing about what it resembles to pay Actual Costs and experience Actual Problems residing in America. As if he knows what it’s like to be fed a bunch of lies by the media that gives us 90% bad news about this administration. The only thing Bono comprehends is what it resembles to be crazy-successful and wealthy BECAUSE of Americans like me, because America is the most extraordinary nation on the planet that allows him and so numerous others the chances to BE so successful.But obviously he’s purchasing into the liberal narrative. He’s a celeb, after all.You know, I’m sorry that I bought a ticket to U2’s Indy show last September. Due to the fact that I truthfully thought Bono was simply a smidge smarter than this and could believe simply a little more individually than the average celebridiot. Wishful thinking, I suppose.And worst of all? U2’s music now. Sigh. I sure do miss out on the days when the music kicked ass. Back when the band wasn’t so soft and blatantly malleable and they produced quality stuff.Disappointing. (H/T Breitbart)

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