VIDEO: Conservative Group Counter-Protests Impeachment Rally, Call Out Pelosi & Schiff in Song



Do you like music? Do you also like when conservative groups stand up to far-left radical protests? Well, while we covering the "Swarm the Capitol" impeachment march/rally outside the Hart Senate Office Building in Washington D.C. on Wednesday, we encountered a pretty civil counter-protest who just want people to hear a couple of their original songs they written about impeachment.

Public Advocate of the U.S. Inc., a conservative group based in Virginia, held a light-hearted, but acutely directed protest in front of one of the entrances to the building. The protest featured a group of singers the organization dubbed the "Nancy Pelosi Sobriety Checkpoint Singers" when they sang the song about "sad and somber" House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), and the "Adam Schiff Sham Whistleblowers" when singing about impeachment manager Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.).

The two original songs the group sang for the public, the majority of which were pro-impeachment protesters, were aptly titled, "MadamSpeakerVille" to the tune of Jimmy Buffet's "Margaritaville" and "Get a lyin' whistler" to the tune of "Give A Little Whistle" from the Disney movie "Pinocchio."

No ill-will came from the group, but they wanted their objection to the pro-impeachment crowd to be known.

Don't forget to check out the video at the top. If you'd like the lyrics to the songs that were sung, you can check those out here. Stay tuned to MRCTV for more impeachment coverage.

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