"When will Joe Scarborough finally release a music video for his new EP?" This is the question that has been tantalizing and tormenting us for years. Finally, our tear-streaked prayers have been answered in the form of repetitive vocals and a variety of jump cuts. The music video begins with about fifty shots of a van driving around. It's loaded up with what are probably the bad guys, bedecked in sunglasses and black beanies. Then we get a dazzling display of clips of scantily clad women and political events, from Dylan Roof to Kim Kardashian standing next to a wax sculpture of herself, Trump, explosions, guns, bikinis, women shaking their butts, pole dancers, and Bill Cosby going to trial.
Lest you think this is a violent barrage of random news reel clips, there's an actual narrative to be found amidst the flurry. We follow a bespectacled news reporter as she reports the news, walks around town, takes a really long elevator, and then gets shot by the bad guys who were in that van earlier. She dies, they look at her passport and smacks her head with it. Fin. You may wonder, "What just happened?" Silence plebeians, it's art, and you're not allowed to ask such a pedestrian question. Just drink it in like a Jackson Pollock after being violently blended in an industrial strength food processor.