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Bruce Springsteen Throws His Fans Under The Bus, Agrees With Obama’s Assessment Of Them

Bruce Springsteen threw his own fans under the bus as he agreed with Barack Obama that they are racist.

Legendary “Born In The U.S.A.” singer Bruce Springsteen threw his own fans under the bus this week when he agreed with the former President Barack Obama who described them as racist.

Obama And Springsteen Bash His Fans

During an interview to promote their new podcast “Renegades: Born In The USA,” Obama brought up Springsteen’s long-time sax player, Clarence “Big Man” Clemons, who was black. The saxophonist unfortunately died in 2011 after playing with Springsteen for 37 years.

“What Bruce and Clarence portrayed on stage was essentially a reconciliation,” Obama baselessly claimed, with the super-liberal Springsteen immediately agreeing by saying, “Oh yeah.”

“But most of your audiences were primarily white,” Obama said to Springsteen. “And they can love Clarence when he’s on stage but if they ran into him in a bar…”

“Oh yeah,” Springsteen said quickly, agreeing with the ex-president again.

“Suddenly the N-word comes out,” Obama outrageously added. 

“Yeah,” Springsteen responded in agreement, not even hesitating to dis the loyal fans who have stuck by him for decades, just to please his “woke” liberal idol Obama. 

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Springsteen Fans Fire Back

Springsteen fans have been quick to fire back by pointing out just how outrageous these comments are.

Obama And Springsteen Claim To Want Unity

In an ironic twist that can only be brought about by the two narcissistic, out of touch liberal elites that Obama and Springsteen are, they actually claim that the goal of their podcast is to bring about unity in the U.S.

Of course, their definition of “unity” is really just forcing Americans to submit to their radical “woke” ways.

Obama said that the point of his podcast is to offer “the sense that there is a common American story to be had under all the polarization of division and anger and resentment that had been fanned during that year.”

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NPR asked Springsteen about former President Donald Trump playing “Born In The U.S.A.” at rallies. After mentioning that Springsteen has disavowed himself from the song at times, the interviewer asked, “are the people who you wrote that song for originally still people who vote anything like you?”

“Well, I think that the reason that song is sort of becoming a bit of a political football is one, because it expresses great pride and identity as an American,” he replied. “That’s attractive to any political side.”

“But at the same time, it’s also a song that, at its core, is about a critical patriotism, a patriotism that basically accepts the weaknesses of the country and is looking forward to that reckoning,” Springsteen added. “I don’t know if it’s an issue [of] are those particularly people voting the way that I vote right now. I think plenty of them are and some of them aren’t, you know?”

Clearly, the only fans of his that Springsteen thinks matters are the liberal ones. It’s sad that he’s so quick to throw away the millions of conservative fans that he has who helped get him to where he is today.

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