The former head of Creedence Clearwater Revival, John Fogerty, issued a stop and stop order to Donald Trump, asking him to use the band’s “lucky son” in certain campaign rallies.
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The 1969 track was released at the height of the Vietnam War, and it sternly reflected military postponement and security positions that were provided to close individuals when millions of Americans were called up to the front line. of.
Fogerty previously said to this song: “This song is more about class injustice than war itself. This is an old saying about the rich who fight and the poor must fight.”
Now, Fogerty has revealed on social media that he has issued a presidential restraining order and announced: “He is using my words and voice to express messages that I disagree with.”
Fogerty explained in sharing the statement and photos wearing uniforms that the appearance of “Lucky Son” was “because as a veteran, I am disgusted that certain people are allowed to be excluded from serving our country because they have politics and politics.” Opportunity. Financial privilege.
-John Fogerty (@John_Fogerty) October 16, 2020
“I also wrote about the unpaid taxes of the rich. Mr. Trump is a typical example of these two problems.”
He added: “Mr. Trump incites flames of hatred, racism and fear while rewriting ancient history. This is the reason why he is troubled by my songs.”
Considering his suspicious connection with the conflict, Trump showed some irony at the campaign rally.
After the last of four consecutive student extensions ended, Trump was initially deemed eligible for medical treatment in July 1968.
But only two months later, he received a medical extension for unspecified reasons. About four years later, it was made permanent-Trump claimed to have been diagnosed with bone spurs.
“Lucky Son” plays Trump’s plane, which is the entrance to the “Nobody Listens to Lyrics” Hall of Fame. pic.twitter.com/fJBPI7CxGQ
-Animation designer Dave Weigel (@daveweigel), September 10, 2020
However, over the years, the diagnosis has been questioned-Trump failed to provide specific evidence and repeatedly forgot his sick foot.
After Phil Collins aired “Tonight’s Air” at a campaign rally earlier this week, he also issued a suspension and termination order to the President of the United States.
Trump held an event in Des Moines, Iowa on Wednesday (October 14) and followed the iconic 1981 track of Collins.
Since then, the representative of the Genesis Man confirmed that he has issued an order to become the latest artist among many artists to oppose Trump’s use of his music.
By 2020, Neil Young, “Dexys Midnight Runners” panic! At the discotheque, Lincoln Park, the Rolling Stones, Tom Petty and others all told the president not to use your own music in the campaign because it would threaten legal proceedings.