NC viral video family back with Thanksgiving video about politics

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RALEIGH, N.C. – The viral video family from North Carolina is back with a new video about Thanksgiving.

Penn Holderness and his family from Raleigh released their latest video on Thursday and it involves talking politics around the Thanksgiving dinner table.

The song and video, entitled “Welcome to My Couch” spoofs “My House” by rapper Flo Rida.

The video features the family sitting around a dinner table and eating a Thanksgiving meal together.

The dad in the video is no stranger to cameras. Holderness had previously anchored the 6, 7 and 11 p.m. newscasts for WNCN in Raleigh.

The family makes several viral videos together. In 2013, they released a Christmas video spoof called “Christmas Jammies” which currently has more than 16 million YouTube views.

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