November 1, 2021 Updated November 24, 2021 WarOnPress
With decided defiant lyrics that begin “You ain’t getting in my arm… you ain’t getting up my ass,” Eric Hanson takes a clear stand against mandates on the most dangerous shots to ever be fraudulently branded as “vaccine.”
An obscure artist debuts an odd blend of cheerful dance and dark Hitchcockian themes in a video aimed at the soul of those who haven’t yet rolled up their sleeves for the dangerous if not deadly array of COVID “vaccines.”
Once you see it, it cannot be unseen. More importantly once you enroll in the vile scheme to destroy the health of whatever population survives the “Genocide Jab,” as some call them, there’s no going back. The vile men promoting these shots use emotional appeals because they are more effective than facts and white papers. So perhaps sharing this entertaining blend of imagery and sound might save a few lives.
Tom MacDonald sometimes hits and sometimes misses on messaging. By going with his instinct he manages to greatly offend members of most every demographic, and with each new trigger he climbs the charts. And then also goes on to write new songs about that rage.
His latest “calm the hell down” to cool mass hysteria message is delivered in a playful yet powerful manner that respects diversity of opinion. In today’s world, where much of the public is unhinged enough to discard long held connections with friends and family over differing beliefs, “Buttholes” offers well timed relief.