Wednesday, June 12, 2024

New Patriot Anthem ‘Trump Won’ Crushing Social Media

'How are they going to stop us singing along? ... '

(Mark Pellin, Headline USA) In what could become a soundtrack for watching the revelatory J6 videos that have shattered regime lies about the Capitol uprising, a new music video from Christian music artist and conservative firebrand Natasha Owens is skyrocketing to acclaim on social media.

The music video, aptly titled Trump Won, was released earlier this month on YouTube and Rumble, racking up nearly a million views and spreading the message of the fraudulent 2020 presidential election.

“Trump won and you know it,” Owens sings. “The fake news will never show it. We’ve got dead people voting, drop boxes and Dominion. Facts are facts, it’s not just my opinion. Trump won and you know it.”

Owens said her inspiration for the music video came from mounting evidence that Trump won the 2020 tilt and that the truth was being suppressed on all fronts with people reluctant to voice their agreement with facts for fear of reprisals.

“Thousands of people filled stadiums for President Trump while no one was showing up for the Joe Biden rallies,” Owens said. “We all stayed up watching the election and we were so hopeful. But we all woke up to unexplainable events that happened overnight. In the months and years that followed there wasn’t much that was investigated and wrongs were not righted.”

The next step was obvious, she said, “So I decided, it’s time for someone to sing about what is not talked about. Trump Won and You Know It.”

The Gateway Pundit’s Jim Hoft gave the tune high marks for highlighting “the popular belief that the 2020 election was stolen and Joe Biden is an imposter.”

“Natasha mixed her belief with a catchy tune. You will love it,” Hoft wrote. “It is not clear yet how the FBI and deep state will react to Natasha’s forbidden speech. Surely they are holding meetings and paying social media to clamp down on such heresy.”

The music video has drawn wildly positive reviews, with one YouTube fan calling it “truth set to music.” Another hailed it “for speaking truth to power.”

“What a hoot,” shared one fan. “How are they going to stop us singing along? God at work!”

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