Abbotsford’s Christian Garon (middle) is seeking support to help his four-song Christmas album gain a wider audience. (YouTube)

Abbotsford’s Christian Garon (middle) is seeking support to help his four-song Christmas album gain a wider audience. (YouTube)

Abbotsford man aiming to spread anti-Trump Christmas song

Christian Garon and a group of friends seeking support for small Christmas album

An Abbotsford man is aiming to spread Christmas cheer and looking for assistance to have holiday carols he helped create reach a bigger audience.

About two years ago, Christian Garon and a group of his friends created a small Christmas album titled ‘A Garon-T Christmas’ of four songs, including one asking Santa Claus to essentially make U.S. President Donald Trump disappear.

A Jolly POTUS Solution suggests the big red guy send Trump to Guantanamo Bay or just take him to a cave in the North Pole.

Garon explained that with Trump voted out in November, the song will be irrelevant in 2021 [unless something dramatic happens and Trump somehow remains in office, there is also the possibility that Trump runs again in 2024].

The Indiegogo campaign is to try and raise money for ads on the songs and to possibly animate the music videos. If the goal is exceeded, he will give the additional money to the artists who all worked for free on the project.

The goal campaign goal is $2,000. To view or support the Indiegogo, click anywhere in this sentence.

The other songs include a Christmas-style freestyle rap and another one lamenting a lack of money and kindness after the holiday season passes to the tune of ‘Deck the Halls’.

The album in its entirety is also available on Spotify.

Garon is the brains behind GaronTime a live interview show that profiles unique personalities in the Fraser Valley and Lower Mainland.

He explained more of his motivations to launch the campaign in the video below.

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