A Florida lawyer whose work for WikiLeaks landed him in front of the Mueller Commission and a small group of supporters of President Donald Trump dropped a social pro-MAGA video on the riffs of the 70s disco anthem YMCA.
Released around noon on Monday, the video starts in the same way as the original issue of The Village People with vintage views of the old YMCA building in Manhattan – except that in its version the real neon sign was replaced by MAGA.
In the parody of the fake band The American People, the faces of the original singers are dressed as a motorcycle agent, an Indian Chief, a cowboy, a construction worker, a cyclist and a GI, replaced by the faces of Trump as the frontman and democratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders , Joe Biden, Cory Booker as backup singers.
A Florida lawyer and a group of Trump supporters released parody pro-MAGA video on the 1970s disco number YMCA by The Village People
The GI character in the video is none other than former President Barack Obama, while his vice president Joe Biden is a construction worker
Elizabeth Warren, who once claimed to be a part-Native American and mocked by Trump as & # 39; Pocahontas & # 39 ;, is portrayed as the ferocious Indian of the band
Democratic candidate Cory Booker is characterized as a cowboy, while Senator Bernie Sanders appears to be a motorcycle agent
Elizabeth Warren, who once claimed to be partly American-American and is mocked by Trump as & # 39; Pocahontas & # 39 ;, is of course the feathery Indian of the band.
The video was produced by Jason Fishbein, a lawyer in West Palm Beach whose representation of WikiLeaks made him a witness for the Mueller investigation
The GI is none other than former President Barack Obama.
& # 39; Young man & # 39 ;, the song starts just like the original from 1978 for a change in the text, & # 39; Walk away from hate, we are all human and we do not divorce, like women, help Make America great. & # 39;
And the chorus of this song is M-A-G-A, which makes Trump make America sound great again.
& # 39; We were looking for something unspeakably positive & # 39 ;, said producer Jason Fishbein, a lawyer in West Palm Beach, whose representation of WikiLeaks and whistleblower Julian Assange made him a witness for the Mueller commission that collusion between Russia and the 2016 Trump campaign.
& # 39; We wanted to tell both parties, Republicans and Democrats, to stop the nonsense. The divisions are bad for the country. It is a song about unity. & # 39;
The song is about mitigating the divisions and chaotic image of the Trump administration and ensuring that the unity that Fishbein talks about is based on Trump's policies.
& # 39; The Village People and this song, in the past, gave a positive image of gays at a time when gays were attacked & # 39; s said Fishbein. & # 39; Today, people wearing MAGA hats are being attacked. Being with Trump feels a bit like how gay you probably felt. & # 39;
During Trump's raw rally & # 39; s, the video maker says, YMCA was used to warm up the base. Why not use his melody?
Trump is the front man, while Obama and Democratic candidates Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden, Cory Booker and Elizabeth Warren are backup singers
The video starts in the same way as the original issue of The Village People with vintage views of the old YMCA building in Manhattan – except that the board in its version has been replaced by MAGA
The video producer tells DailyMail.com: & We wanted to tell both parties, Republicans and Democrats, to stop the nonsense. It is a song about unity & # 39;
& # 39; Supporters danced on the real YMCA before Trump comes on stage & # 39 ;, says the meme maker who visits @Mad_Liberals on Twitter and YouTube.
The native of Jupiter, Florida, asked that his real name should not be used because he has received threats to earlier pro-Trump satire. & # 39; With the MAGA number, they can dance to almost the same hand movement. & # 39;
He said he did not request permission from The Village People to produce the melody because the video does not infringe the copyright protection of the original.
& # 39; It's just a parody, & # 39; he said, & # 39; and there are now 50 other parodies to that number on the internet. Moreover, we do not earn any money from it. & # 39;
The video editor said he did not request permission from The Village People to produce the song because it & # 39; is just a parody & # 39; and & # 39; we do not earn any money from it & # 39;
@Mad_Liberals is a daytime software developer and is fifty and says he never cast one vote before voting for Trump three years ago.
& # 39; Unlike right or left-wing politicians, Trump ran to improve this country & he said.
Yet he made sure that the video would not offend or attack anyone.
& # 39; I tried to stay sunny & # 39 ;, says @Mad_Liberals. & # 39; Who doesn't love Bernie in leather? Or Cory Booker in a cowboy hat? What about Elizabeth Warren in an Indian outfit? It is a natural talent. & # 39;
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