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Al Franken Sings ‘Itsy Bitsy Spider’ To Crying Baby — FBI Investigating

Senator Al Franken

Senator Al Franken was caught on camera by the press doing something really silly on a plane. He sang the children’s song “Itsy Bitsy Spider” to a baby.

The former Saturday Night Live star gave the performance while sitting in coach on a flight headed to Washington D.C. This just leaves us with one question: Al Franken has to fly coach?

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The above tweet was posted by Ashley Alman, The Huffington Post’s social media editor for politics.

Apparently Democrats think that this is how to treat a poor baby on a plane.

OK so Al Franken did not sing solo here, nor did he look all that involved in what was a group effort. But it is still kind of cute to see a Senator doing something like this.

Senator Franken’s staff, however, should be scolded for forgetting to warn him ahead of time that cameras are everywhere these days. FBI Director James Comey is expected to launch an investigation into Franken any moment now for baby abuse.

Donald Trump told supporters at a rally, “Al Franken’s actions clearly show that Democrats cannot be trusted with our government. He’s a big supporter of crooked Hillary and this is what we can expect more of if she’s elected.”

Sean Hannity said on Fox News, “This is what we get when we elect a liberal druggie comic to the Senate. Babby songs sung in public. What next? A rendition of BINGO on the subway.”

This is what happens when you have big government in America.

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