He can sue the campaign, not the President. "Ignorance and hate" - like I said years ago, this makes looney lefties sound as if they're still in a school playground.
You signed the paper to take the royalties, bub, and you took them. You're just grand stand signalling, because you know you don't have a leg to stand on.
You signed the paper to take the royalties, bub, and you took them. You're just grand stand signalling, because you know you don't have a leg to stand on
I love most of Neil Young's music but he doesn't make the wisest decisions in life.
Standby for a major Trump trolling, methinks.
They don't need his permission, he sold licensing rights to his music to third party distributors specifically for the use in organized events. Any music within those libraries can be used if you buy access.
Further, not only can he be counter sued by Donald Trump's campaign, he can likewise be sued by his own music publisher and whatever companies he sold licensing rights to for breach of contract.
"Political candidates must obtain a separate Political Entities Licence, which gives them access to 15 million songs. The Trump campaign does have such a licence.
But artists have the right to take their music off the list. The Rolling Stones have done so, although Young has not explicitly said whether he also has."
Of course he hasn't, because he wants Creepy Joe's handlers to use it. And note, there's one list for everyone, not one list for the fascist left, and one list for decent politicians.
And look, you absolute unit, you can't sue someone for following the terms of the contract that you signed up to.
Now, let's talk about his libellous accusations against the God Emperor. It's long past time that cancel culture zealots were made to pay for their deranged allegations.
Glad to see that the Covington lawsuits, for example, are still rolling on, with meedja whores caving in one after another and paying compensation for their lies.
Of course he hasn't, because he wants Creepy Joe's handlers to use it.
Look, fucknuts, you can't sue someone for following the terms of the contract that you signed up for.
Neil Young is taking a massive shit on his legacy.