Propagandists Don Lemon was at it again spewing his garbage last night on his show. This time he used legendary jazz musician Oscar Brown Junior’s daughters, Africa and Maggie Brown, to get his hate on for President Trump. Apparently, the daughters have a problem with President Trump using the words from their father’s song, “The Snake”. Africa said,
“Oscar Brown Jr.’s words are being stolen to promote his hate message and intolerance and it’s absolutely wrong”. Via CNN,
“Use of the song has long been controversial.
Brown, who died in 2005, wrote it in 1963 based on “The Farmer and the Viper,” one of Aesop’s fables. The moral of the story is that kindness can be betrayed”.
“The sisters told Lemon that they have sent cease-and-desist letters, but Trump could claim he’s not violating copyright law, by citing fair use. Africa Brown added that if her father was alive today, he would not be a supporter of Trump’s policies.
“He always worked with all people of color,” she said. “He was never against immigrants. … He’s attacking people of brown color and my father supported people all the time of all color.”
“Africa stressed that their father was a “great jazz musician, a poet, an activist (and) a writer.” (“The Snake”) wasn’t all he wrote,” Brown said. The sisters went on to recite another Brown Jr.’s song titled, “A New Generation.”
“A New Generation is now on the scene, a new generation not ugly or mean,” Africa and Maggie Brown said. “We’re standing for right, demanding fair play for everyone and we just won’t have it any other way.”
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