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Eight just-dropped protest songs for a new America:

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8. “(Refuse to Acknowledge) The Electoral College,” by Hippies With Attitude
7. “I Believe in a Thing Called Terminal Alcohol Poisoning,” by Pessimist Jones
6. “These Colors Don’t Run … Unless Chased by an Angry Mob,” by Jimmy Joe Jackson
5. “MSNBC U Next Tuesday,” by The Brian Williams Massacre
4. “American Idiots Whom We’ve Never Met nor Engaged in Civil Discourse with but Dislike Greatly Right About Now,” by Green-ish Day
3. “Fight the Power! (At Your Convenience, of Course; Didn’t Mean to Be Microaggressive),” by The Millennial Falcons
2. “Not My Orange Hitler,” by Skinheads Who Can’t Even
1. “(Build that Wall) Higher and Higher,” by The Citizenry of Canada
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