It looks like he isn’t finished insulting fans across the country. In an interview with Rolling Stone magazine, Springsteen was asked what he thought about GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump, and those words weren’t exactly nice.
When asked what he thought about the Trump phenomenon, he said, “Well, you know, the republic is under siege by a moron, basically. The whole thing is tragic.”
The ideas he’s moving to the mainstream are all very dangerous ideas — white nationalism and the alt-right movement,” he said. “The outrageous things that he’s done — not immediately disavowing David Duke? These are things that are obviously beyond the pale for any previous political candidate.”
He must not be keeping up with the most numerous scandals regarding Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, because they are beyond the pale for any previous political nominee — and most thinking Americans know it.
Springsteen expressed concern for politicians not addressing the “real cost of the de-industrialization and globalization” that has occurred in the country, which has affected people’s lives so deeply that they want answers.
“And Trump’s thing is simple answers to very complex problems. Fallacious answers to very complex problems. And that can be very appealing,” the musician claimed.
When asked what he thought about Clinton, the rocker said he liked her and thought she “would be a very, very good president.”
So, apparently, as opposed to “fallacious answers to very complex problems,” he prefers no answers to very simple questions.
It sounds like the singer has been drinking a little too much of the juice they’ve been passing around at Clinton rallies.
H/T The Daily Caller