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Mark Levin: ‘Sing Along’ to ‘The Martha’s Vineyard Invasion’ Song

By Craig Bannister | September 20, 2022 | 2:18pm EDT
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“Sing along,” conservative television and radio commentator Mark Levin invites his followers, lauding the parody song, “The Martha’s Vineyard Invasion,” which mocks how the liberal community quickly ousted the fifty illegal aliens sent to the supposed sanctuary by Republican Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.

When the illegal immigrants landed in the affluent vacation spot last Wednesday, the residents of the wealthy, liberal vacation spot wasted no time shipping the migrants out again – to a joint military base.

 

 

“What happened to equity?” Levin wondered at the time, reacting to the news, adding that “Millions cross the southern border but Martha’s Vineyard can’t accept 50 illegal aliens?"

“Sing along,” Levin tweeted Tuesday, posting video of satire song, “The Martha’s Vineyard Invasion” by Blaze TV Host Chad Prather. At the time, the song had already garnered nearly seven hundred thousand views, mainly from Prather’s Twitter post.

The song’s lyrics are provided below, for those who would like to sing along:

Bring your hungry. Bring your weary. Bring your sick. And bring your poor – but, keep your ass off Martha’s Vineyard. Don’t come back no more.

They say they don’t want criminals in this town of ours. Maybe, try Chicago, not Obama’s yard.

Bring your hungry. Bring your weary. Bring your sick. And bring your poor – but, keep your ass off Martha’s Vineyard. Don’t come back no more.

They claim to have compassion, then promise streets of gold. But, when you coming a-knocking, the signs all say “We’re closed.”

Bring your hungry. Bring your weary. Bring your sick. And bring your poor – but, keep your ass off Martha’s Vineyard. Don’t come back no more.

Keep your ass off Martha’s Vineyard, they don’t want you, señor.

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