Weeks after expressing annoyance that Donald Trump repeatedly used “Fortunate Son” as part of his campaign-trail soundtrack, swamp-rock daddy John Fogerty has decided to issue an official cease and desist order to the president. In a message posted to social media on October 16, Fogerty, who penned the song during his Creedence Clearwater Revival years, stated that he “objects” to the president using “Fortunate Son” in any capacity, and not just because Trump doesn’t seem to understand the irony of the lyrics. “He is using my words and my voice to portray a message that I do not endorse. Therefore, I am issuing a ‘cease and desist’ order,” Fogerty wrote.
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