It was one of the funniest Tweets the President has made recently. It gave us a much-needed chuckle during such contentious times as the impeachment inquiry ramps up even as details cast doubt on the origins of the whistleblower’s complaint. But Canadian rockers Nickelback didn’t like their music being used in a meme posted to Twitter by the President, so they had the video taken down.
Hey @Nickelback this is such a bunch of bull that you would disable the media on this. I bought your song on iTunes 9 hours ago because I loved @realDonaldTrump’s tweet so much & I’ve also always been a fan of you guys. Now I want to return the song & get my nickels back!! https://t.co/IG9PgJ1WNV
— Kristy Swanson (@KristySwansonXO) October 3, 2019
For posterity, we posted the video above.
Trump supporters were not pleased with the DMCA request. It was a harmless jab that pointed to a major discrepancy in former Vice President Joe Biden’s narrative surrounding Ukraine. The Democratic candidate for president claimed he never spoke to is son about his dealings in Ukraine, but an image emerged that showed the former VP, his son Hunter, and the latter’s Ukrainian employer golfing together.
This is the part where we post responses, but they are so angry and vulgar, it’s best to leave it to the imagination.
The band is in Brazil for a brief two-concert tour. It may be better for them to stay there or head to Canada as they’ve annoyed a lot of Americans with this stunt. It’s their music, so it’s their right to pull it. But it’s still a weak move.
We are currently forming the American Conservative Movement. If you are interested in learning more, we will be sending out information in a few weeks.
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