A video shot in Philadelphia shows some Republicans playing “Killing in the Name” while wearing Trump hats and waving flags with the phrase “Blue Lives Matter”.
The Blue Lives Matter is a countermeasure that pushes the conviction of law enforcement officers to killers under hateful criminal situations.
These Republicans have since become the driving force for choosing that particular song as the year 1992 written to protest against racism and atrocities at the hands of police in America.
With this in mind, many disappointed Rage Against the Machine fans shared the video on Twitter, saying these were “missing points”; in the lyrics. Even guitarist Tom Morello responded.
“HOW ARE YOU LISTENING TO THE MACHINE AND A PART OF THE MACHINE ?!” a confused tweeter wrote.
Another said: “Remind me that some people just don’t hear the lyrics.”
Another tweet called it “best sarcasm” with another statement: “This must be the funniest self in a long looong time.”
The song is on the group’s debut album of the same name.
The song is considered by many to be a criticism of the United States that dismissed working-class veterans when they returned home.
Adding to the confusion of the mistake is the fact that the hospital Trump is in, Walter Reed, is a military hospital.
The 2020 US presidential election has yet to be an official winner, but Joe Biden has overtaken Trump in a number of key states.
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