Famous U2 lead singer Bono (whose real name is Paul Hewson) is not American. However, this multimillionaire liberal celebrity evidently feels that he has the right to come to the United States and tells us what political policies we should have.
Bono recently appeared on fellow liberal Jimmy Kimmel’s late night show and went on a ramble about how President Donald Trump was wrong to end the DACA program that gives illegal immigrants the right to stay in the United States.
Bono first tried to make a joke about Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, saying, “It’s a strange place we find ourselves in. It’s dangerous out there when you have a little emperor there with a bad haircut and his finger on the nuclear arsenal. And a lot of people in silly costumes following me around. And then you have the dude from North Korea.”
He then added, “Every night we’re reminded why we fell in love with this country. And it’s not just a country; it’s an idea. It’s a great idea, one of the best ideas ever. But you can feel in recent times that idea get a bit twisted.” Addressing DACA, he stated, “And then you have the ‘Dreamers,’ I mean, we’re Irish! We’re the ‘Dreamers.’ This country was built for and by ‘dreamers.’ … If there’s no room for ‘dreamers,’ where are we in America? It’s the American dream!”
Bono even changed the lyrics to U2’s song “Bullet the Blue Sky” so that it said instead, “Suit and tie comes up to me, face orange as the rose on a thorn bush/ Skin as thin as an Orange Crush/ He’s peeling off those dollar bills / Ground shakes, but the children can’t weep/ Vaporized in a single tweet.” Do you think Irishman Bono should stick to entertaining people and stay away from American politics? Watch below: