As Bruce Springteen donates one of his songs to the Biden campaign and Marc Anthony calls out to the four million Puerto Ricans who vote to remove Trump, the current president’s campaign has been left without a really worthwhile soundtrack.
The rejection of musicians in the United States is practically total. A dispatch from the EFE agency gives part of how the musicians have turned their backs on the Republican president:
“The world of music has a complicated relationship with Trump, from stars of the stature of Taylor Swift and Elton John to bands like the Rolling Stones or REM disdain him and reject that his songs sound in their campaign. Even Kanye West, his great support, is now his opponent in some states. “
Since the Rolling Stones and Neil Young publicly complained, in 2015, that Trump enlivened his campaign acts with his songs, the protests have been joined by Elton John -of whom the US president is a declared fan-, Adele and even families of deceased artists such as Leonard Cohen or Luciano Pavarotti, who allege that their values do not agree with those of the Republican.
The rejection of the president reached its maximum expression in a song by Joan Baez, who is said to have found enough inspiration in the president to compose his first original song in more than 20 years: “Nasty Man” (disgusting / unpleasant man) whose letter states:
“When nobody gives a damn about his tweets, he will be finally and forever obsolete,” his verses end.
The same happens with Latino artists. In addition to Marc Anthony who has just told his compatriots: “We remember the lies. We remember the lack of respect. We remember that he left many of us to die,” Ricky Martin was among the first to make public his rejection of Trump as a candidate. of the Republican Party and harassed the Latino community for free.
Becky G, born and raised in Los Angeles in a family of Mexican origin, prophesied after the Republican magnate’s inauguration: “He will not divide us” and Jennifer Lopez, during her performance in the Super Bowl, recalled the separation of children from their families on the border with a reference to the cages that did not go unnoticed.
Even Bad Bunny has said his thing when in a show he wore a T-shirt with the message “Are you a Twitter user or president?”
J Balvin, Shakira and Romeo Santos, Luis Fonsi also make up the list of musicians who do not support Trump.
With such an adverse outlook for Trump’s campaign, it seems he has had no choice but to reach out to a choir, recreated by Los Tres de La Habana, in Miami that calls to vote for him.
The Three of Havana. They told Reuters they were very grateful that the United States government had noticed strangers like them. Apparently, the president had no other choice.
Based on the song “Cuba Soy Yo” instead of singing the usual chorus, the “talented” Tres from Havana replaced it with: “I’m going to vote for Donald Trump.”
The musicalized slogan serves as the background, in caravans and rallies, for the biggest lie that President Donald Trump has told in his four years of presidency: that the Democrats, led by Biden, are going to turn the United States into a communist country .
As expected, such a chorus only sounds in the fascist and conservative enclave of Miami where the president’s supporters, among other implausible reasons, justify their sudden fear of the imminent invasion of communism because, they say, someone, during the protests against the racism occurred in that city, he painted a hammer and sickle on a monument.
What is probably the only tune in favor of the most liar president in the history of the United States, is another exemplary example of the cultural and political mediocrity that predominates in the three cats of Little Havana, who affirm, to the rhythm of conga, that they are going to vote for him.
The mediocre troupe may last until Tuesday, November 3, or perhaps four more years, but what no one doubts is that, to paraphrase Joan Baez: When nobody gives a damn about the tweets of “Nasty Man”, the anti-Cuban mafia of Miami will be, once again, before the world, mired in the shame of ridicule.
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