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Tim Heidecker on Monday released a satirical song “Ballad of the Incel Man,” which mocks Trump supporters and is sung from the point of view of a MAGA-loving individual.
The comedian’s song begins with the lyrics, “I’m down in the basement/ Making signs out of love/ And there’s a big time special guest tonight/ Coming in from above.” The lyrics later reveal that Heidecker’s character is preparing to attend a rally in support of Donald Trump, where he hopes to “find a like-minded girl.”
“Wear my ‘Hillary for Prison’ shirt / Like a good boy should,” the song continues. “Got my picture of Obama / Which we’ll burn in effigy / And I hope I find a like-minded girl tonight at the Trump rally.”
The lyrics later address Trump and his infamous rants. “Sometimes it scares me / When he goes on one of those rants,” Heidecker sings. “Sometimes I don’t know what he’s talking about / But it makes them liberals shit their pants.” The song continues, “Oh, it gives them such trauma / And it makes us so happy.”
The song is available for purchase on Heidecker’s Bandcamp page. All proceeds will benefit HIAS, the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society.
Pittsburgh synagogue shooting suspect Robert Bowers criticized HIAS in a series of anti-Semitic rants on the social media network Gab prior to Saturday’s attack of the Tree of Life congregation.
Heidecker previously released “The Ballad of ICE Agent Ray” in June. All proceeds from that song benefited the organization Families for Freedom.
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