House liberals use Radiohead music to darkly portray GOP budget
The Congressional Progressive Caucus on Tuesday released a darkly atmospheric black-and-white video to the tune of Radiohead’s “Videotape” song, in an effort to attack the House GOP budget.
The one-and-a-half minute spot features promises made last year by Republican leaders to create jobs, followed by a headline in the Washington Post saying the House-approved GOP budget could cost 700,000 jobs.
“Instead of creating jobs and cutting spending, all Republicans have offered is a plan to fire nearly one million Americans,” the narrator says slowly in a gloomy voice.
Watch the video, via the progressive caucus.