Conservative group posts Trump video parody
When conservatives start pouring money into ridiculing the Republican presidential frontrunner, watch out. Donald Trump, here's your wake-up call ... er, video.
A conservative, political integrity watchdog nonprofit — Public Integrity Alliance — late last month released a full-on video parody of the The Donald. The "music video" stars Phoenix, Ariz., comedian Brian Nissen in his redneck, Ted Nugent-ish persona — Dwain — singing about all the ways Donald Trump would make America great again if elected. At different points, the comedian holds up photos of other Republican presidential candidates in counterpoint to some of Trump's outrageous comments and claims.
Public Integrity Alliance, which originated in Arizona, states it's mission is "to promote integrity in the behavior of government officials and institutions," and has previously worked to "opple former state Attorney General Tom Horne, targeted the slimy political maneuverings of former state Senate President Russell Pearce and his bumbling brother Lester, and put pressure on ex-Arizona Corporation Commission Chair Susan Bitter Smith to resign," according to the Phoenix New Times.