R.E.M. Wants To Sue Trump For Playing Their Music At His Rallies


The members of the band R.E.M. are so infected by TDS that they are upset their music is being played at Trump rallies.

So upset, in fact, that they’re now threatening to take legal action against Trump for using some of their songs at his Milwaukee rally.

The lead members of the band say that they’re “exploring all legal avenues” to keep Trump from using their music, but even if they don’t sue to “please know that we do not condone the use of our music by this fraud and con man.”

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Here's what lead member of R.E.M. Mike Mills had to say on Twitter:

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Watch Mills and fellow member Michael Stipe's TDS-ridden interview with MSNBC here:

The Hill has more to say on this:

        

It's not the end of the world as we know it, but it could be the end of using R.E.M. songs at Trump rallies, according to bassist Mike Mills who says the band is considering legal action.

After President Trump played R.E.M. songs "Everybody Hurts" and "Losing My Religion" at his Tuesday night rally in Milwaukee, Mills expressed his frustration and announced the band is "exploring all legal avenues" to prevent Trump from using its music.

"We are aware that the President* @realDonaldTrump continues to use our music at his rallies. We are exploring all legal avenues to prevent this, but if that’s not possible please know that we do not condone the use of our music by this fraud and con man," Mills wrote. 

We are aware that the President* @realDonaldTrump continues to use our music at his rallies. We are exploring all legal avenues to prevent this, but if that’s not possible please know that we do not condone the use of our music by this fraud and con man.

— Mike Mills ❄️⛄️ (@m_millsey) January 15, 2020


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The Washington Examiner also said:

The founding member of rock band R.E.M. said he would explore "all legal avenues" to stop President Trump from using R.E.M. songs such as Losing My Religion and Everybody Hurts at his campaign rallies.

          

"We are aware that the President* @realDonaldTrump continues to use our music at his rallies," tweeted songwriter Mike Mills, 61. "We are exploring all legal avenues to prevent this, but if that’s not possible please know that we do not condone the use of our music by this fraud and con man."

          

It's not the first time that a member from the Georgia band has attacked Trump for using their music at his rallies. Lead singer Michael Stipe demanded that Trump stop using It's the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine), saying, "Do not use our music or my voice for your moronic charade of a campaign."



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