Look What Country Mega-star Would Love To Perform At Trump’s Inauguration

As the clock ticks down until Donald Trump’s inauguration, the crazies are preparing their protests. One protest is being organized by the group ANSWER, for Act Now to Stop War & End Racism. Another is being organized as a “Million Woman March,” which I’m sure will attract tens of women.

None of the protests thus far (which are still going on) have resulted in the electoral college stating “I guess we should all rally behind Hillary Clinton after all!” and giving her their electoral votes. I didn’t think setting cop cars on fire and looting stores was going to convince them.

I think those attending his inauguration are going to have a much better time than the losers protesting outside of it. If Trump reads this story and sees who offered to come play at his inauguration, it’s going to be one heck of a show!


As Red State Watcher reported:

Garth Brooks said he loves Trump and would love to perform at his inauguration.

According to The Hill: He performed at a concert marking President Obama’s historic White House win, and now Garth Brooks says he’d be open to singing at President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration next month. “It’s always about serving,” the country music superstar told TMZ in a video interview, when asked if there a possibility he would take the stage at Trump’s inaugural celebration. “It’s what you do,” Brooks added. The “Friends in Low Places” singer is in Washington to perform at Thursday’s National Christmas Tree lighting.

But Brooks says he has yet to receive an invite to the Jan. 20 event.

Apparently Al Sharpton will be among those protesting too. If he accuses Trump of racism during whatever speech he inevitably ends up giving, someone should ask him why he was friends with Trump for so long if that was the case.


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