“How do you measure four years of this s—?”
If you thought Randy Rainbow had enough restraint to resist giving Donald Trump and his presidency a proper send-off, well, you were wrong.
Rainbow released a hilarious new parody video on Tuesday, the very last day in the oval office for this disastrous one-term president, called “Seasons of Trump” — set to the tune of what else but the classic show tune “Seasons of Love” from the Broadway musical “Rent.”
“Two million, a hundred two thousand, four hundred minutes, with just one president so unhinged and unfit,” the song begins, sung by a chorus of Randys all in different silly costumes. “How do you measure four years of this s—?”
He’ll tell you: “In scandals, impeachments, in porn stars, in Scaramuccis, in rallies, in insurrections and flies.”
Cue a picture of one of the most joyous moments of Trump’s presidency — when a fly landed on Mike Pence’s head during the vice presidential debate.
And, of course, instead of “How about love?” during the chorus, Randy belts out a resounding “How about Trump?… seasons of Trump,” complete with angelic harmonies.
And he doesn’t stop there.
“Two million, a hundred two thousand falsehoods he tweeted, basically 14,976 times he didn’t have a plan. 11,780 votes he said he needed, how do you measure four years with this orange garbage can?”
Here’s how: “In Spicers, in Conways, in Sanders, in McEnanies, in fake news, pee tapes, alternative facts. In one thousand four hundred sixty days, but who’s counting? Who could keep track of all the treacherous acts?”
So no matter what Trump or his supporters say tomorrow on Inauguration day — and whether Trump even bothers to show up, which is not forecasted — Joe Biden will be sworn in as the next President of the United States of America.
Here’s to four or more years — er, seasons — of Biden.
Watch Randy Rainbow’s glorious video above.
7 Actors Who've Played Joe Biden on Screen, From Greg Kinnear to Alex Moffat (Photos)
Kevin Nealon, “Saturday Night Live” (1991) • “Saturday Night Live” alum Kevin Nealon played Joe Biden in a 1991 sketch about his leadership of the Senate hearings over the confirmation of Clarence Thomas (Tim Meadows) to the Supreme Court. The senators (including one played by future real-life Sen. Al Franken) grill Thomas about his inability to score a date with sexual harassment accuser Anita Hill (Ellen Cleghorne).
Jason Sudeikis, “Saturday Night Live” (2008-2020) • Jason Sudeikis played Biden as Barack Obama’s running mate and later as his vice president for eight years — and then he returned in 2020 for sketches set during the Democratic primaries that portrayed the pol as, essentially, a harmless grandpa.
Greg Kinnear, “Confirmation” (2016) • In the HBO movie about the Senate hearings over Clarence Thomas’ nomination to the Supreme Court, Kinnear played Sen. Joe Biden, as he questioned Anita Hill (Kerry Washington) over her accusations of sexual misconduct against the future justice.
Woody Harrelson, “Saturday Night Live” (2019-20) • The former “Cheers” star played Biden multiple times during the 2020 election season — and proved surprisingly adept at capturing the Delaware Democrat’s rambling speech patterns and tendency to blurt out truisms. (“The vast majority of people in America are not homophobic. They’re just scared of gay people.”)
John Mulaney, “Saturday Night Live” (2020) • As host of a February 2020 episode, John Mulaney donned a bald cap to play Biden, as he (and other Democratic presidential candidates) stormed a press conference by VP Mike Pence (Beck Bennett).
Jim Carrey, “Saturday Night Live” (2020) • Jim Carrey, an outspoken Biden supporter, took over the high-profile role for the 2020-21 season of “SNL” — bringing his toothy grin and frenetic energy to the portrayal.
Alex Moffat, “Saturday Night Live” (2020) • For the final episode of the election year, “SNL” cast member Alex Moffat (who’s played Eric Trump on the show) took over for Carrey in the cold open, joined by Maya Rudolph as Kamala Harris.
The president-elect has been a fixture on “Saturday Night Live” and in movies
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