Mark Steyn Once Made a Cat-Themed Music Video and It’s The Worst Thing You’ll Watch Today

Last night, Tucker Carlson brought frequent guest and lifelong Canadian Mark Steyn on Fox News and watched him trash immigrants, saying they “are people who shouldn’t be here” and that, at least “white supremacists are American citizens.”

The interview was all-around nuts, and received some serious blowback, but it doesn’t hold a candle to Steyn’s previous career as a, gulp, musician.

Yeah. You read that right. Steyn has actually created multiple albums. One is Christmas-themed, called “Gingerbread and Eggnog” and one, unfortunately, is cat-themed.

It is called “Feline Groovy: Songs For Swingin’ Cats” and, no, we are not making that up. The album features Steyn singing about cats, singing as a cat and covering cat-flavored tunes from throughout pop culture history, all with a jazz flare.

It may sound horrible but, don’t worry, in reality it is much worse. The above video offers just a taste of this soon-to-be ironic classic, which has Steyn lurking around a deserted alley in a trenchcoat, covering “I Tawt I Taw A Puddy Tat,” which was originally sung by cartoon bird Tweety.

Does he also cover “Cat Scratch Fever?” Of course, he does. Additionally, the album features songs with titles such as “Ev’rybody Wants to Be a Cat” and “Chase Me Charlie,” in which he imagines himself as a cat roaming around an outside garden. Cool!

On the off chance this album is actually for cats, I played a snippet for my calico. She remains nonplussed.

Watch above, via YouTube.

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