Steve “Mudflap” McGrew and Chad Prather have gotten together to make the most conservative song you will probably ever hear.
They’ve written a song about safe spaces that liberals have been demanding in order to escape from things they don’t want to see or hear. As you may have guessed, the song is a trigger that will force many of these people to retreat to the nearest safe space.
The song is a parody of Garth Brooks’ “Friends in Low Places” titled “Friends in Safe Spaces,” and it makes fun at particularly sensitive liberals.
The song notes how growing up without facing difficulty or challenges can make for a hard life. From participation trophies to coloring books, the song highlights all of the reasons that lead to the snowflake mentality that undermines the American spirit.
The song also emphasizes the meltdown of the delicate since Donald Trump was elected, while saying that anyone who disagrees them must be a racist.
The song even fires off at CNN and Michael Moore.
Give it a listen:
In an interview with Fox News, Prather said it took him and fellow comedian McGrew about 10 minutes to write the lyrics to the song. He said the idea for a song came up after the two had done a comedy tour about safe spaces.
Hopefully the two will continue to write more songs of this nature, because they will be sure to send liberals across the nation flying to hide in their special safe areas.