Trump Jr Says Bruce Springsteen’s DWI Charges Being Dropped Is “White Privilege”

( Donald Trump Jr., the eldest son of former President Donald Trump, chimed in on the Bruce Springsteen DWI charge scandal this week and described how his charges were dropped because of his “liberal privilege.”

After Springsteen appeared in a Jeep commercial at the Super Bowl this year, it was revealed that the legendary (and liberal) singer had been arrested at the Gateway National Recreation Area on November 14 last year and charged with consuming alcohol in a closed area, reckless driving, and a DWI.

Jeep quickly dropped the ad and all went quiet in the Springsteen camp, until prosecutors dropped two of the charges against him. Some of the charges were dropped after it was revealed that Springsteen’s blood alcohol content was below the state’s legal limit, despite admitting that he had “two small shots of Tequila” during a virtual hearing before the New Jersey federal court.

Assistant US Attorney Adam Baker said that the government would not be able to prove that Springsteen was operating a vehicle while under the influence. The singer, instead of facing jail time, was ordered to pay $40 in court fees and a $500 fine.

“I’d say it’s #WhitePrivilege but we all know it’s really #LiberalPrivielege,” Trump Jr. tweeted in response on Thursday.

Following the news, Jeep reinstated the woke Super Bowl ad on their official social media accounts.

After the arrest was revealed, Jeep refused to comment on the details but said that it was “right that we pause our Big Game commercial until the actual facts can be established.”

“Its message of community ad unity is as relevant as ever. As is the message that drinking and driving can never be condoned,” their statement added.

Despite admitting to drinking and driving, the ad is now back on our computer screens courtesy of the Jeep YouTube account…and liberals are pretty much silent on it.

Springsteen even appeared on a podcast with former President Barack Obama on Spotify recently.

Must be nice to be a famous liberal, huh?