The Georgetown Heckler

News | February 4, 2017

Following Adorable Protests, The Wiggles Back Out of White House Performance



WASHINGTON, D.C. – In the wake of one of the cutest little protests you ever did see, the Australian children’s music group The Wiggles announced in a press release that they would decline President Donald J. Trump’s invitation to perform at the White House. “We have heard the first words of our infant fans, and they were ‘resist fascism,’” wrote Anthony Field, also known as the blue wiggle. “Some things are more important than performing ‘Captain Feathersword’ for a room full of billionaires,” he continued.

There is no word yet from the White House regarding this symbolic decision from the group that brought you “Hot Potato” and “Wiggly Safari.” Last friday, Press Secretary Sean Spicer declined to comment on whether the vibrantly colored band had been invited to perform for 10-year old Barron Trump or the President himself.