Through all the fog of media Trump loathing and fake news, a blast of realism from none other than…wait for it…Johnny Rotten of Sex Pistols fame. It’s amazing how a few years under the belt and a bit of raw experience sharpens the mind.
Speaking in an interview on ITV’s Good Morning, Britain (h/t Breitbart here), he opined that President Trump was a kind of punk rock politician, a political Sex Pistol, and was being smeared by the left-wing media. Right on, there. He also would like to shake “fantastic” Nigel Farage’s hand for taking on the elites and giving Britain Brexit (“The working class have spoken”).
But wait, there’s more. After dubbing the Royal Family a “fascist regime” back in the 1970s, he’s mellowed somewhat admitting that he is really quite fond of Her Majesty and he “loved the pagentry” of William and Kate’s wedding. Added to that he thought the lefties who celebrated the death of Margaret Thatcher were “loathsome”.
For someone who burst upon the rock music scene with “Never Mind the Bollocks” in the 70s, that’s quite a change. What a pleasant sight it is to see working class boy made good trashing the smug, privileged liberal elites who feed us their daily drivel in the New York Fake Times, the Clinton News Network, and the National Toast.
Keep stickin’ it to ‘em, Johnny…