Rock legend John Fogerty issues President Trump a cease-and-desist order from playing his song

John Fogerty has directed President Donald Trump to stop using his songFortunate Son,” by issuing him a cease-and-desist order.

The founder of the rock band Creedence Clearwater Revival posted his directive in a statement on his Twitter account 금요일.
I object to the President using my song, ‘Fortunate Sonin any way for his campaign. He is using my words and my voice to portray a message that I do not endorse,” the singer said.
I wrote this song because, as a veteran, I was disgusted that some people were allowed to be excluded from serving our country because they had access to political and financial privilege. I also wrote about wealthy people not paying their fair share of taxes.
    Fogerty goes on to explain that Trump falls into both of these categories.
    The fact that Mr. Trump also fans the flames of hatred, racism and fear while rewriting recent history, is even more reason to be troubled by his use of my song,” 그는 결론을 내렸다.
    9 월 11, he posted a video to his Facebook account explaining the meaning behindFortunate Sonand calling Trump’s use of the songconfounding.
    It’s a song I could have written now and so I find it confusingthat the President has chosen to use my song for his political rallies,” he said in the post.
    Fogerty is not the only rock icon to ask the President to stop playing their music for campaign purposes.
      The Rolling Stones, REM, 과 Steven Tyler have all given Trump the same directive in recent years.
      The Rolling Stones even had to ask twice, 한번에 2016 once in June.

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