What no one was doing this yet? All that cheesy redneck Hee Haw white minstrel show stuff from the 1970’s is now, like, really dangerous radical insurrectionism.

Back then the most stick in the mud Ned Flanders church lady types – the ones that thought Halloween was too “satanic” – didn’t like Dukes of Hazzard because the cops were the bad guys and they thought it would influence the kids to disrespect authority.

Now those people are the Post-liberals in charge of all the NATO countries, and the cheesiest, lowest rent hillbilly jokes from forty years ago are now legitimate rebel anthems. Convoy? Check. The General Lee? Check.

Now it’s all White Supremacism and Boogaloo code words.

Roscoe P. Trudeau is always trying to get those Duke boys but Daisy keeps one step ahead of Boss Hogg because Enos is giving her a heads up? Uncle Jesse just wags his finger!

You were waiting on a Man on a White Horse but what you got was two Georgia boys in an orange Dodge Charger.

If we could get the “journalists” to start looking for secret terrorist messages in the 80’s classic Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo, I’m sure we can get them to resurrect Convoy, East Bound And Down, and the Dukes of Hazzard.

Breakin’ 2 did predict the Covid Dancing Nurses after all. Predictive programming? Lyndon Larouche was right!

Breaker breaker 1-9, this here’s the Rubber Duck looks like we got us a convoy – Omaha?!