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The musical performances at the Biden inauguration chime with America’s bankrupt culture

12 6 30

In a grand ceremony worthy of an ancient aristocrat, geriatric Joe Biden was yesterday sworn in as the 46th president of the United States. America has had an inauguration for the president every four years since 1789, making yesterday’s event the 59th in US history – and Joe Biden looks like he has attended every single one of them.

Four years ago, Trump’s low-rent inauguration celebration featured Toby Keith, Three Doors Down, and Lee Greenwood, which wasn’t a murderers’ row of talent so much as a ‘makes-you-want-to-kill-yourself’ lack of it.

I think we can all agree the last thing this country ever needs to see again is Lee Greenwood serenading the masses with his flag-fornicating hit from the Paleolithic era, ‘God Bless the U.S.A.’ – a heinously malignant earworm that makes me not just ashamed to be an American, but a sentient human being.

Not surprisingly, the stars came out in full this year to salute Joe Biden, who had considerably more star power on hand to ring him into office than Trump in 2017.

Case in point, Lady Gaga sang the national anthem at the swearing-in ceremony. The glorious Gaga, who has the voice of an angel and a face made for radio, arrived looking like she just came off The Hunger Games set. Her dress appeared to be a tribute to a venereal-disease polyp designed by Oscar de la Herpes.

Gaga gave her all – but the problem was that it was just way too much. Her heartfelt........

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