With anti-MAGA, Ultra Blue New York, Illinois and California having now declared monkeypox a Public Health Emergency, it seems apt that the bestselling, most downloaded song on all apps, across all genres tells them to go “Stick your progress where the Sun don’t shine!”

Future iterations may incorporate “Stick your neophallus in the neovagina,” pertaining to the Frankensteinian aftermaths of bottom surgery, since Progressivism so desperately wants to “affirm” these genocidal mutilations.

John Rich released his pro-America Country song last week directly to Donald Trump’s social media app Truth Social and to Rumble, in a strong rebuke of the Biden Regime/World Economic Forum’s Make America Toast agenda.

The record immediately catapulted to #1 in the world on the Apple iTunes song chart, where it has stayed, outperforming tracks by woke hit-makers like Billie Eilish and Lizzo.

Rich, who is an unabashed conservative managed to generate a major hit without a record label or a publishing- or a marketing deal, he told Just the News.

Rich said he was wary of big tech and radio stations, so he looked for alternatives.

“When I’m talking about them shutting down our voices, I’m talking about Twitter and YouTube and Facebook and I thought, you know what, I’m gonna reach out to Truth Social and reach out to Rumble because they still allow free speech over there. Why would I launch this song on the platforms that I’m railing against in the lyrics?”


by John Rich

There’s a hole in this country where its heart used to be
And Old Glory’s divided, on fire in the street
They say building back better will make America great
If that’s a wave of the future, all I’ve got to say

Stick your progress where the Sun don’t shine
Keep your big mess away from me and mine
If you leave us alone, well we’d all be just fine
Stick your progress where the Sun don’t shine

They invite the whole world to come live in our land
And leave our countrymen dying in Afghanistan
They say let go of Jesus and let government save
You can have back your freedoms if you do what we say

Stick your progress where the Sun don’t shine
Keep your big mess away from me and mine
If you leave us alone, well we’d all be just fine
Stick your progress where the sun don’t shine

They shut down our pipelines
And they shut down our voices
They shut down our main streets
And they shut down our choices
They bent us all over
But it’s all over now
‘Cause we’ve figured it out
We ain’t backing down

Stick your progress where the sun don’t shine
Keep your big mess away from me and mine
If you leave us alone, well we’d all be just fine
Stick your progress where the sun don’t shine
Where the sun don’t shine
Where the sun don’t shine
Where the sun don’t shine

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  • ❤ this song!!
    Especially the 1977 Pontiac Trans am!!
    Makes me miss MY piece of Americana
    my 1981 Chevrolet Z28 Camaro!!

  • LOVED IT!!!

    • Sorry, no, country music didn’t come from poor black slaves – it came from poor white people mostly from Appalachians.

      The blues, jazz and rock and roll didn’t come from slaves either, it was developed later on by blacks but rock and roll also had alot of whites developing it too, i.e. Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, and black musicians James Brown, Little Richard just for a few examples.
      Also classical and tonal music are 2 very different things – cavemen did not develop classical music but they did use tonal music. Classical music came about in maybe late medieval times 1400s or so but didn’t come into its own until later. And you don’t hear Native American music anywhere unless you go to a pow-wow or listen to Carlos Nakai but that is just one musician not a movement and you can hardly call it American music, no American does Native American music, only the Native Americans. btw, it’s spelled “rock and roll” or “rock ‘n roll”.

  • He’s a great follow on Twitter. I can’t anymore because I was de-platformed. He’s whip-smart.

    • if you want to waste your time over there you are welcome to use my account. I’ve pretty much given up on the pissing contest myself. who knows, maybe you can get the account some followers. I got less followers than I got votes when I ran for Congress and I only got like 400 votes and those were for the party (NLP). Seems I was ahead of the times. I think they might be more ready for me now.

  • Ah, the sweet song of ignorance.
    Every American is an immegrant.
    Most of the Red States are on welfare and would be bankrupt immediately without the contribution of the Blue States.
    A pox on both Houses, but allow the values of one group to deny the values of another is unAmerican.
    Freedom from religion is enshrined in the Nayions founding along with freedom to practice your own.
    One side says live and let live, and the other says live by our values. It’s a no brainer.
    Really choosing freedom means choosing freedom for everyone.
    This includes allowing others to have opposing values as long as they do not try to impose them on everyone else.
    I believe in the Democrat’s position in most things, but I wish the elected Democrats believed them too.

      • I once won an argument in college by telling my opponent that I didn’t know what the words he was using actually meant. He quickly rattled off a string of definitions and thought he had me in his trap. Actually, he had walked right into my trap. I said, “What kind of fool do you take me for, that I would argue with you using your definitions.” The Hill writer is using a classic rhetorical technique, to overturn an argument by changing the definitions. NH may have been a Red State once upon a time, but despite having a celebrity Republican Governor, it has been a Blue State ever since William Loeb’s newspaper lost it’s clout.

    • Charlie you suffer. It’s clear that you’re a victim. What really SUCKS in America is that their are millions of less fortunate lost gullible souls just like you regurgitating false narratives as if they learned a fact. Hint: You haven’t. What you HAVE done is allow brainwashing to happen to you. And the ENTIRE COUNTRY suffers because of it. And that’s fact.

    • Democracy is mob rule. 51% rule over the 49%. It’s mob rule and anti freedom. Tons of people are misled by this so-called democracy. It sucks. Nobody has the right to rule over me. Self rule is the way, as long as no harm is done to anyone, nature, or animals. The Constitution is The Law. Period. End of discussion.

      • The Athenians of Ancient Greece would call what we practice in the United States “DEMAGOGUERY”, not democracy. The 2-party system is NEVER going to result in a democratic result; it ALWAYS HAS and ALWAYS WILL result in “government by the cleverest minority”. We need to create a CONSENSUS PARTY, the biggest political tent imaginable, running candidates who either have consensus support (defined as greater than 87.5%) or who have been chosen by lot (aka “SORTITION”) from available party members. The sortition default would serve as incentive for the party to reach consensus on candidates. Party members would pledge to support CONSENSUS candidates whenever one was running for ANYTHING. Somewhat similarly, the party’s platform would consist of those few positions that have >87.5% support. Regarding legislation, regulation, “mandates” and rules, >87.5%  GENERAL support would be required to obtain the backing of elected or appointed CONSENSUS PARTY persons, with the default position being the rescinding (also known as RESCISSION) of any and all laws and regulations that fail to MAINTAIN >87.5% backing. Many currently “illegal” activities would be left to the conscience and judgement of individuals (i.e., self-government).

        A plan was introduced in 2010 that explained how to easily capture and recirculate wealth, eliminate inflation, disincentivize illegal immigration, and get rid of the IRS and its more than 87,000 Barney Fifes, among a myriad of other benefits. It’s not difficult but we need a political party “too big to steal an election from”, because, as we just saw, if they can, they will, and we need to get people whose names we don’t know (because if we know their name they are most likely compromised) into Congress, sooner rather than later. The website was called alanforcongress and it got saved to the archives of the Library of Congress, where you can find it to this day (not that anybody has or will).

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