Dolly Scorches Elizabeth Warren’s Trump-Hating Campaign For Pulling ‘Nasty Stunt’

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Elizabeth Warren and her Trump-hating campaign just got scorched by country legend Dolly Parton after they pulled a nasty stunt. The 73-year-old Grammy Award winner usually stays out of politics, but this time the hardcore leftist Democratic presidential candidate went too far. You’ll love this.

Dolly Parton and Senator Elizabeth Warren (Photo Credit: YouTube/Screenshots)

Elizabeth Warren has gone off the rails. Frantic to stand out in a crowded field of Democrats running for president, the Massachusetts senator has grabbed ahold of one outlandish policy after another, leaving most commonsense Americans far behind. Her most recent idea? Breaking up America’s successful tech companies, which have created untold wealth for the United States and are the envy of the world.

If that wasn’t bad enough, Warren, who is nicknamed “Pocohantas” by President Donald Trump, has pissed off the nicest most lovable women in country music today. Dolly Parton isn’t playing games after she learned the far-left senator hijacked her song “9 to 5” and is using it as her official campaign theme song.

First of all, Parton wasn’t confused about why Warren is using the “9 to 5” tune. The lyrics surely point to the horrible boss from the movie of the same name, and the 73-year-old country icon knows Warren was using her lyrics to degrade President Trump, along with the lies the senator is telling about his policies.

Parton’s song lyrics read in part:

Workin’ 9 to 5, what a way to make a livin’
Barely gettin’ by, it’s all takin’ and no givin’
They just use your mind and they never give you credit
It’s enough to drive you crazy if you let it
9 to 5, for service and devotion
You would think that I would deserve a fat promotion
Want to move ahead but the boss won’t seem to let me
I swear sometimes that man is out to get me!

9 to 5, yeah
They got you where they want you
There’s a better life
And you dream about it, don’t you
It’s a rich man’s game
No matter what they call it
And you spend your life
Puttin’ money in his wallet

After Dolly got wind that the Trump-haters over at Warren’s campaign were using her song, she immediately got hold of her manager. “Parton’s manager, Danny Nozell, revealed that not only did Warren use the song without permission, but that the singer doesn’t ever allow her songs to be involved with any political campaigns,” Fox News reports.

“We did not approve the request, and we do not approve requests like this of (a) political nature,” Nozell told The Associated Press. Nozell, CEO of CTK Management, did not respond to a question about whether Parton’s team might register any formal complaint about Warren’s use of the song.

“If Parton escalates the matter, there’s no shortage of precedent: The late Tom Petty reportedly sent a cease-and-desist letter to Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., over the use of his song American Girl in her 2011 campaign, and former President George W. Bush got a similar letter from Petty over his choice of the singer’s I Won’t Back Down during the 2000 campaign,” Breitbart reports.

Parton takes pride in not getting caught up with the other Hollywood celebrities who use their fame to lecture Americans on politics. But, just last month after her own sister called Dolly out for not speaking out on behalf of the #MeToo movement, which has been hijacked by the left, the country singer did respond.

When a leftist reporter asked Dolly if she is a “feminist” and supports the Women’s March, the reporter was aghast when Parton “wrinkled her nose” in disgust. “I don’t think … I mean, I must be if being a feminist means I’m all for women, yes. But I don’t feel I have to march, hold up a sign or label myself,” Parton said. “I think the way I have conducted my life and my business and myself speaks for itself. I don’t think of it as being feminist. It’s not a label I have to put on myself. I’m just all for gals.”

Don’t you just love how she says, “But I don’t feel I have to march, hold up a sign or label myself?” Of course, Dolly is referring to those Trump-haters in the Women’s March like Jane Fonda, Madonna, and Ashley Judd. She’s Dolly Parton, and she isn’t going to “label” herself a rabid feminist to make Oprah Winfrey or anyone in the Hollywood crowd happy.

And now Dolly Parton isn’t going to let “Pocohantas” Warren use her song to push her far-left agenda. Let’s be clear: Dolly has said numerous times the gift God gave her was musical, and that’s all she wants to share with all Americans.

Dolly loves America and refuses to take part in anything that tears down and divides our country. We need more celebrities like Dolly Parton. She is a true American patriot who rejects all the anti-American sentiments coming from all those suffering from Trump Derangement Syndrome.

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Rebecca Diserio is a conservative writer and speaker who has been featured in numerous high profile publications. She's a graduate of St. Joseph High School in Lakewood, CA and worked as a Critical Care Registered Nurse at USC Medical Center. A former Tea Party spokesman, she helped manage Star Parker’s campaign for US Congress and hosted a popular conservative radio show where she interviewed Dr. Alveda King, Ann Coulter, David Limbaugh, and Michelle Malkin. A police widow, she resides in Southern California.