A video filmed in Philadelphia shows several Republicans playing “Name Killing in the Name” while wearing Trump’s cap and hoisting the flag with the word “Blue Lives Matter.”
Blue Lives Matter is a replacement that is pressuring law enforcement officers to punish those killed under the Hate Crimes Act.
Considering 1999, this Republican has become the source of Vitriel to choose that particular song by opposing institutional racism and barbarism in the hands of the American police.
With that in mind, countless machine fans in frustrated rage shared the video on Twitter that these people are “missing the point” of the song. Even guitarist Tom Morello has reacted.
“How are you making a list of racing against machines and being part of machines ?! Wrote a confused tweeter.
Another said: “It reminds me that some people just don’t listen to music.”
Another tweet said to each other: “It’s at best embarrassing”: “It’s going to be the most hilarious self in a long long time.”
The song is featured on the group’s self-titled debut album.
The song is considered a critique of America for its marginalization of working elderly people returning home.
The embarrassing addition to the mistake is that the hospital that Trump was in, Walter Reed, is a military hospital.
The official winner of the US 2020 presidential election has not yet been declared, but Joe Biden has overtaken Trump in several key states.
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