Alice Cooper has humorously launched yet another campaign to become the President of the United States, quipping, “I have absolutely no idea what to do, so I should fit right in.”

Published by Cel Manero from Global One Media, Inc.

It seems like he’s almost campaigning to be elected.

Shock rocker Alice Cooper has initiated another bid to become the President of the United States. The Detroit-born artist, whose iconic track “Elected” has resonated in political circles since 1972, has launched an official AliceForPresident website along with a brief video outlining his rationale for seeking office.

Introducing himself, Cooper remarks, “Well, I’m Alice Cooper, and I’m a troubled man for troubled times. I have absolutely no idea what to do, so I should fit right in.”

Supporters can subscribe for updates on the campaign and purchase “Super Tuesday” t-shirts. While some skeptics may view Cooper’s political ambitions as a promotional tactic, his dedication to the act has been consistent over the years.

In 2020, Cooper’s campaign adopted the slogan “I can do nothing as well as they can do nothing.” Back in 2016, his unconventional approach surprised many by simultaneously launching bids for US President and UK Prime Minister. He appealed to British voters with promises to “get Brian Johnson back in AC/DC” and rename Big Ben as “Big Lemmy.” This launch fulfilled a pledge he had made four years earlier when he tweeted, “If I’m elected I promise the formation of a new party, a third party, the Wild Party!”

And the tradition continues, dating all the way back to 1972.

In more serious tones, Cooper has emphasized that musicians should steer clear of politics. During an interview on the Metal Hammer: In Residence On Spotify podcast in 2016, he expressed his disdain, saying, “I absolutely hate it. It’s the worst idea ever. First of all, why do people think rock stars know more than they do? That is the biggest fallacy in the world – if anything we’re dumber. We’re not smarter than anybody else. I mean, why do you think we’re rock stars?”