A Republican working for Utah’s state Senate went viral for saying her candidacy with a decidedly unhealthy rap tune ― and Stephen Colbert needs extra!
Linda Paulson, a great-grandmother working in Utah’s twelfth District, rapped within the viral video about her political values, which in line with her web site, embody stopping trans ladies from collaborating in ladies sport and difficult “CRT.”
“Support traditional family as the fundamental unit of society,” she chants within the video. “But in schools they are pushing for new beliefs. Just to clarify, as a female adult, I know what a woman is.”
“There is a lot to unpack there,” Colbert mentioned. “First of all, hey, Linda, as a female adult, do you know what a rhyme is?”
“In Paulson’s defense, she does support traditional family,” Colbert added. “According to her website, she’s got five girls and four boys, plus 35 grandchildren and 14 greats. Forty-nine grand- and great-grandchildren and none of them know GarageBand?”
Nonetheless, Colbert was impressed that Paulson had managed to go viral at 80 throughout her first political marketing campaign.
“In fact, I have a little message that I think might resonate with Linda,” he quipped, earlier than launching right into a ditty that congratulated her on having the “hip-hoppen-est ad this year.”
It concluded: “And just to clarify, as a comedian, I want you to make more songs please.”
Watch Colbert’s rap atrocity beneath: