Barbra Streisand has put her hatred of Donald Trump to music. “Don’t Lie To Me” wasn’t intended to be a comedic song, but it’s making me laugh out loud. The mockable song is made even more hilarious by the fact that an orchestra is playing as Streisand sings her song that highlights her Trump Derangement Syndrome.
No Subtlety Here
She initially tried to be subtle with her political message but that approach didn’t work for very long. “I just went ballistic,” Streisand said about writing the song.
Bab’s song reminds us how out of touch she is from average Americans. Her political beliefs have long been known to be hypocritical. She wants gun control for others but she wants armed security. She lectures us on environmental causes then she spends tens of thousands of dollars  watering her California lawn.
Thrilled to announce that my new album WALLS is coming out Nov 2nd including a song I co-wrote, “Don’t Lie To Me,” which is out now. This collection of songs reflects what’s been on my mind lately, and I look forward to sharing that with you. #BarbraWalls  https://t.co/WXGXXBlchp  pic.twitter.com/tmAdIYcBgm 
— Barbra Streisand (@BarbraStreisand) September 27, 2018 
The lyrics contain some real gems filled with leftist hysterical talking points making it appear that a Trump presidency was the end of the world. “How do you sleep when the world keeps turning?” Streisand sings. “All that we built has come undone/How do you sleep when the world is burning?/Everyone answers to someone.”
Babs said she became sick after watching the news after Donald Trump was elected to the Oval Office. She needed to put this illness to song. That song is “Don’t Lie To Me” and after listening to it, you will understand how sick she really is with Trump Derangement Syndrome.
You can hear the laughable song in video below.
Streisand released the song to coincide with the November midterm elections. Liberal Hollywood  is seeking to exert its influence over voters and encourage them to head to the polls and vote for Democrats. Michael Moore also tried this with the release of “Fahrenheit 11/9 ” last week. Even with a huge media push, Moore’s movie bombed at the box office. Streisand’s song is likely to suffer the same fate.
Source: Yahoo