Let’s All Sing: The Delaware Hillbillies!

Put this together for fun, and my poor Photoshop skills are intentional: While the Biden family certainly doesn’t have the style, grace, or class of, say, the Reagans or Trumps, they aren’t as “homespun” as, say, the Carters.

(with apologies to “The Ballad of Jed Clampett“, by Lester Flat and Earl Scruggs. And, don’t forget: I claim copyright on the lyrics as a derivative use, so be sure to give me credit if you use them ;-) )

It's the Biden Hillbillies!

Come and listen to a story about a man named Joe
A poor Senator, didn’t have a lot of dough.
And then one day as he’s licking his ice cream,
Joe figured out a way to realize his dream.

Payoffs that is. Through his son. For the “Big Guy“.

Well the first thing you know ol’ Joe’s a millionaire,
His handlers said “Joe, move from Delaware!”
They said “In the White House is where you’re gonna be.”
So he walked out of his basement and went over to D.C.

Washington, that is. Ducking questions. Sleeping late.

Old Joe’s new home couldn’t be any finer
As he started paying back favors owed to China.
Lotta folks upset but Democrats found no fault
‘Cause they’re all gettin’ rich and filling up their vaults!

Insider deals. Shorting stocks and doing trades.

Well now it’s time to say good night as Joe goes off to bed
‘Cuz he needs lots of sleep to fight confusion in his head.
You’re all invited back again to this insanity
As Democrats destroy us all with their calamities.

“Building Back” that is. Better. To Socialize America of course.

Y’all stop complaining now, y’hear?

Original Lyrics Source: https://www.lyricsondemand.com/tvthemes/beverlyhillbillieslyrics.html

Thanks for Reading!

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