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April 18, 2019



DAILYKENN.com -- Were black members of the U.S. Marine band forced to play a racist anthem against their will?


Probably not. Using the above photograph, we saw no black members of the band. 

The band played "Edelweiss," a song that is considered as racist as "Dixie" and "The Star Spangled Banner," as press corp members were led to a briefing by President Donald Trump. 

"Edelweiss" (German for "noble white") is a show tune from the 1959 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical The Sound of Music. It is named after the edelweiss, a white flower found high in the Alps.

Because "Edelweiss" can be literally interpreted, "noble white," it is considered racist by far-left moonbats. 



From dailywire.com ▼

Members of the press were left reeling Thursday after the United States Marine Corps band played the song "Edelweiss" from the "Sound of Music" as reporters were being led into the White House for a presidential briefing on the Mueller report.

The band, which plays at the White House for special events was, apparently, running through a classic movie themes medley, and played "Edelweiss," as part of a retrospective that included "The Sound of Music" — the theme song from the musical — "Over the Rainbow" from "The Wizard of Oz," and "When You Wish Upon A Star" from Disney's "Cinderella."


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