2018 has already proven it will be a great year under President Trump.
The DOW reached 25,000 for the first time in our history and the economy has never been stronger.
But celebrities are still bitter that he’s President. So bitter in fact, that an entire weekend will be devoted to an anti-Trump music festival.
Coachella Music and Arts Festival is one of the biggest music festivals in America.
The annual festival, held in Indio, California, features some of the biggest names in music.
And they just announced their lineup for 2018 with two headliners who absolutely despise President Trump.
The Los Angeles Times reports:
“The lineup for the 2018 Coachella Music and Arts Festival has been announced, and headlining the festival will be a trio of superstars: Canadian R&B singer the Weeknd, pop diva Beyoncé and Detroit rapper Eminem.
Now in its 19th year as a festival, the Goldenvoice–promoted event marks the symbolic opening of the annual festival season.
This year‘s installment, which will take place over two weekends from April 13-22, marks the first time a rock act hasn’t headlined.
Also featured will be rapper Tyler, the Creator, experimental pop guitarist St. Vincent, the breakout R&B singer SZA, sibling trio Haim and the wildly popular New York rapper Cardi B.
Veterans taking the stage will include former Talking Heads singer David Byrne, British beat band Jamiroquai, prog-metal band A Perfect Circle and disco-funk producer Nile Rodgers and Chic.
The shift away from rock and booming EDM has most benefited rap, which will be represented through artists including “Rock Star” rapper Post Malone, respected Long Beach artist Vince Staples, the Atlanta trio Migos, ascendent collective Brockhampton and upstart Princess Nokia.”
Eminem has been extremely vocal about his hatred for Trump. The superstar rapper released a 5-minute freestyle about it during the BET Awards.
But that’s not all.
Fox News reports:
“Eminem has lashed out again at President Trump, saying in an interview with Vulture that he hopes the president “gets impeached.”
When asked by the outlet how he hopes the presidency carries on in 2018, the rapper replied, “I hope he gets impeached. I’d be there for that.”
The comment came just days after his latest album, “Revival,” was released on Dec. 15 and weeks after the rapper released a video blasting the president.
The rapper, known for his punchy and often explicit lyrics, told Vulture that Trump “makes his blood boil” and his lyrics focused on the president are meant to “get a message out.”
“I can’t even watch the news anymore because it makes me too stressed out,” he said. “I want our country to be great too, I want it to be the best it can be, but it’s not going to be that with him in charge.”
Eminem went on to call Trump’s election “a disappointment” and told Vulture that his politics were dividing Americans. He also argued that the president, “who’s never known struggle,” has deceived people into believing that he’s fighting for them.
“He’s very good at flipping narratives,” the rapper said. “I just feel mad that Trump’s sold people a dream that’s never coming true. I want the division in this country to stop. And like I said, I most want people to take a second and think about what I’m saying.”
Beyonce is clearly anti-Trump, although she doesn’t talk about it all the time.
But it’s well known that she and husband, Jay Z, are both staunch Hillary Clinton supporters—they performed in her honor at the ‘Get Out the Vote’ concert right before the November 2016 election.
You can be sure that this festival will be nothing but 48 hours of pretentious, mind numbing Trump-bashing and virtue signaling.