Check Out This Viral Biden Bashing Song That Topped Chart On Day ONE! [Listen]
Country music singer John Rich stuck it to Biden and his Democrats with the release of his new song 'Progress' that's topping charts and going viral as we speak. Rich blasted Democrats for destroying the very cities they serve while he laid into Biden and his many disasters.
The opening verse to the song laments how there is a feeling of emptiness plaguing the country:
There’s a hole in this country
Where it’s heart used to be.
Then it references societal division as symbolized by the burning of the American flag, while videos of fiery protests play in the background:
Old Glory’s divided on fire in the street.
After that, he dismisses President Biden’s virus relief and response bill:
They say building back better, will make America great
If that’s a wave of the future all I’ve got to say is….
Then the chorus rings out, which underscores the MAGA meaning of the lyrics:
Stick your progress where the sun don’t shine
Keep your big mess away from me and mine
If you leave us alone we’d all be just fine.
Then another verse opens, drawing a contrast between open borders and the deaths of American soldiers:
They invite the whole world to come live in our land
And leave our countrymen dying in Afghanistan.
He weaves in criticism of America’s substitution of devotion to small-town Christianity and self-sustainability for devotion to big government and centralized decision-making:
They say let go of Jesus and let Government save
You can have back your freedoms if you do what we say
They Shutdown our pipelines and they shut down our voices
And they shutdown our main streets
And they shutdown our choices.
All before concluding with what might be considered a sort of right-wing rallying cry:
They bent us all over but it’s all over now
Because we figured it out
We ain’t backing down
This song was originally released by Rich on Trump's platform (Truth Social). After it quickly gained popularity, the artist put it on apple where it hit #1 the first day! 'Progress' is currently holding its own against today's most popular pop hits.
That says a lot if you ask me.