Parody ‘It Wasn’t Me’ music video mocks Democrats’ hypocrisy about violating personal lockdown orders

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Parody 'It Wasn't Me' music video mocks Democrats' hypocrisy about violating own lockdown orders

A brand new parody music video produced by Motive journal mocks Democratic lawmakers who had been caught breaking their very own lockdown guidelines in the course of the coronavirus pandemic. 

Comic Remy Munasifi, who goes by “GoRemy” on social media, stars within the video parodying Shaggy’s hit 2000 tune “It Wasn’t Me”. Munasifi portrays a politician caught blatantly violating his personal orders by eating with buddies.

“Voter got here they usually caught me red-handed/Consuming on the place subsequent door,” Munasifi sings. “Image this, it was not that vacant/Like 100 peeps or extra.

“How may I overlook that I had/Banned all indoor gatherings?” he continues. “Only a prime instance of/Actually massive hypocrisy.” 

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A lot of the video seems to be impressed by the controversy that surrounded California Gov. Gavin Newsom, who in November was caught eating at a snazzy Napa County restaurant for a good friend’s birthday celebration. A mock press convention within the music video even refers to “The French Laundry” by identify.

A renewed push to recall Newsom has attracted greater than 1 million signatures, with weeks left to gather the remaining 500,000 wanted to put the measure on the poll.

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General, the hassle wants roughly 1.5 million individuals to signal on by mid-March, which might set off a mid-year election.

Different distinguished Democrats who’ve been swept up in comparable controversies embrace Home Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot, and Austin Mayor Steve Adler. 

Fox Information’ Brittany De Lea contributed to this report

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