An anti-vax version of ‘All I Want For Christmas is You’ exists and it’s idiotic sacrilege
A Californian woman decided to perform an anti-vax rendition of Mariah Carey’s iconic All I Want For Christmas is You – and the result is just as bizarre as you would expect.
For reasons unknown, the singer – who identified herself as Bridgette – shared her unrequested take on the classic Christmas tune during the San Diego County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday (7 December).
Joining others who wanted to oppose the extension of a local health emergency order to combat COVID-19, Bridgette decided now was the time to take alter the flawless lyrics in order to make them match her anti-vaccine mandate feelings instead.
Putting on a Santa hat and using her mobile phone to provide the music, she sang lines full of buzzwords such as the use of ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine while blasting “useless masks”.
I’ve never been more ashamed to be an American. pic.twitter.com/jkeWa0bzQD
— Jimmy Traina (@JimmyTraina) December 9, 2021
“I don’t want a lot for Christmas, just body autonomy. I don’t care about the variants, because of natural immunity. I just want my freedom now, the constitution will show us how, make my dreams come true. End the state of emergency and acknowledge early treatment too,” she began.
The rendition continued: “Ivermectin, not just [inaudible] hydroxychloroquine, vitamin C and vitamin D, and zinc and [inaudible] I won’t wear a useless mask, I don’t need to stay at home, and my kids should go to school.
“We don’t need to be alone. I just want my freedom now, the constitution will show us how, make my dreams come true, baby I… end the emergency.”
Well, that’s certainly a unique take on the recording-breaking hit.
The board eventually voted to extend its emergency health orders, so the woman’s truly toe-curling rendition of All I Want For Christmas is You fell on deaf ears.
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