Every profession along the entertainment spectrum contains a majority of artists who consistently express their disdain for President Trump on social media and in interviews with whichever liberal news publication they sit down with.
But they are also getting into the habit of using whatever talent they’re famous for to disparage Trump – whether it’s through movies, television, music or fine art. We’re only two years into his administration and the “art” that’s out there continually gets more hateful as time goes by.
And this famous rock band just joined that long list of musicians who despise the Commander in Chief.
Music may not be the biggest medium to bash Trump – movies and especially television probably take the cake on that one – but many musicians use their songs as an outlet, a vehicle, to spew hatred about this administration.
Roger Waters, one of the co-founders of Pink Floyd, made headline news last summer when he toured with a ten minute song called Three Little Pigs that was all about Trump.
Even the Foo Fighters, who are largely never political at all and have said nothing collectively about Trump outside of the song “La Dee Da” from their latest album had these lyrics:
Look out ’cause you know what you’re doing
Turn up the American ruse
Whitehouse, Death in June
Jim Jones painting in a blue bedroom
Yes, frontman Dave Grohl thinks Trump is as much of a liar as the infamous socialist cult leader Jim Jones who is responsible for the biggest mass suicide in history.
The point is that there are a lot of musicians who do this and now you can add the famous rock band The Killers to the never-ending list.
In their new song, “Land of the Free,” they attack the Trump administration’s stance on illegal immigration and on the 2nd Amendment.
Some of the lyrics in their new single are, “How many daughters, tell me how many sons, do we have to put in the ground before we just break down and face it? We’ve got a problem with guns.”
Their stance on the 2nd Amendment isn’t all that surprising since they are liberal rock stars.
In another part of the song, frontman Brandon Flowers, sings, “Down at the border, they’re gonna put up a wall. Concrete and rebar steel beams/High enough to keep all those filthy hands off of our hopes and our dreams/People who just want the same things we do.”
Image wise, the video depicts caravans of illegal immigrants traveling to what seems to be the border because then they subsequently show a wall. They intentionally play the empathy card with how they show these illegal immigrants.
What they don’t show you is violent illegal immigrants attempting to cross the border. Go figure.
Flowers told radio station Beats 1 Official, “And ‘enough was enough’ is basically where it comes from. It started in my mind around when Sandy Hook happened, and as a father how that affected me. And then it just started stacking up — it was things like Eric Garner and Trayvon Martin, things like what’s happening at the wall. This stuff didn’t seem to be in harmony with the values that I believe my country was founded on.”
What in the world does Trump have to do with the Sandy Hook massacre, Eric Garner or Trayvon Martin?
Trump wasn’t even president then yet they’re trying to point fingers at him?
It’s this type of ridiculous liberal propaganda where they look to blame Trump for everything. Get used to it.