Bruce Springsteen’s spot-on impersonation of Joe Biden will make you laugh out loud

Bruce Springsteen plays harmonica and guitar during his set for The Concert for Valor in Washington, D.C. Nov. 11, 2014. (DoD News photo by EJ Hersom)

No one loves Joe Biden more than pop star Bruce Springsteen.

In fact the musician apparently loves him so much that he’s even developed an impersonation of the President.

And now Bruce Springsteen’s spot-on impersonation of Joe Biden will make you laugh out loud.

Pop Culture and Democrats are one in the same

Anyone with common sense and two eyes can see that pop culture is walking hand-in-hand with the Democrat Party and their radical agenda.

You can’t go to a movie these days without seeing Democrat talking points being forced into the narrative.

Just look at Disney and how parents are fed up with the woke agenda being woven into children’s movies, like Strange World.

But the same goes for the music industry.

Some of the biggest names in the music industry today have gone all-in on Democrat’s radical agenda.

Who can forget when Jay-Z and Beyonce tried to propel former First Lady Hillary Clinton to the Presidency in 2016.

But no matter how many rallies musicians held for Hillary, they couldn’t make her seem electable.

Then, in 2020, big names like Taylor Swift did everything they could to skew the election for Joe Biden.

And no pop icon was a bigger supporter of Biden than Bruce Springsteen.

Bruce Springsteen honors Biden in Amsterdam

Many Americans love Springsteen’s music, like “Born in the U.S.A.” and “Born to Run.”

But as much as they love his music, they hate his politics.

Springsteen is never shy about his politics, and no pop culture icon has a bigger Biden fetish than him.

Ever since he announced that he was running for President, Springsteen has been a Biden groupie all the way.

He loves President Biden so much he even narrated a political ad for him during the 2020 election.

But it isn’t just a one-way love affair.

Just a couple months ago Biden gleefully devoted a whole day at the White House to Springsteen, and awarded him with the National Medal of Arts.

So you would think Springsteen would respect the Democrat President in public.

But at a recent concert in Amsterdam, Springsteen randomly launched into a Biden impersonation by falling up a flight of stairs.

All it took was one step and he face-planted with his guitar.

You have to give him an “A” for his efforts to memorialize President Biden.

In all seriousness, senior citizen pop stars need to realize that it’s time to call it a career.

It’s only a matter of time before one of them passes out live on stage as they aren’t what they used to be.

Should the pop stars of the 70s and 80s call it quits?