Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi To Perform At Hillary Clinton’s Final Gathering

It’s getting political! After Jay Z and Beyoncé took the stage to show their support for Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton, two more celebrities from the music world are lending their voices to the cause. Bruce Springsteen and Bon Jovi are set to perform in Pennsylvania on Monday, November 7, at Hillary’s last gathering before the US Presidential Elections.

Springsteen is a known Trump hater, who has openly called the Republican Presidential candidate derogatory words like “moron”. Though Bon Jovi hasn’t been so vocal for or against any candidate, he is certainly showing which side he chooses. Pennsylvania is a crucial swing state and the Hillary campaign is urging voters to “make history on Tuesday by electing her President so she can continue pushing for the American ideals of progress, inclusion, equality, and strength that our founders enshrined in our Constitution there in 1787”. Apart from these two musical celebs, Hillary’s husband, former shamed President of the United States Bill Clinton and her daughter, Chelsea will be there along with current US President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle.

Things seem to be going pretty well for Hillary as the FBI dropped all charges and investigations on her private emails that were previously questioned for breach of security. Donald J Trump has dissed the conclusion by the FBI, saying that the entire Presidential election is rigged and that Hillary has been playing her politics to clear the air about her questionable behavior. He also said that she needs celebrities to endorse her, while he has gained support all by his lonesome, without any other celebrities being as supportive of him as they are of her. Also, he spoke against Jay Z’s performance at her rally on Friday, saying that he used foul language for his lyrics, and that if he did the same “imagine what they would say”.

Well, there you have it. The American people will be choosing between the devil and deep sea, between the circus bear and the circus lion on Tuesday, November 8, 2016. May the best of the worst candidates win!

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