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Amy Coney Barrett Singers Perform at 12 Noon Thursday, October 15 in Washington, D.C.

 

NEWS PROVIDED BY
Public Advocate
Oct. 14, 2020

WASHINGTON, Oct. 14, 2020 /Standard Newswire/ -- Public Advocate has a singing effort to boost the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court Thursday, Oct. 15.

Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate announced: "The Senate Judiciary Committee plans a vote Thursday morning on the nomination and we will sing an uplifting song devoted to Amy Coney Barrett.

"The Amy Coney Barrett Singers will be performing LIVE on Capitol Hill and later at the Supreme Court on Thursday, October 15, at 12 noon at the Senate Dirksen Building in Washington, D.C. at First Street N.E. and Constitution Avenue, N.E. in Washington D.C.

"Public Advocate is delivering 40,000 signed petitions to President Donald Trump at the White House and to Senator Mitch McConnell the majority leader of the U.S. Senate in support of Amy Coney Barrett for Supreme Court this week," said Delgaudio.

    WHO: PUBLIC ADVOCATE'S AMY CONEY BARRETT SINGERS
    WHEN: Thursday, October 15, 12 noon
    WHERE: U.S. Senate Dirksen Office Building, First and Constitution, N.E. Washington DC
    WHY: Senate Committee votes on Supreme Court Nominee

The group of singers will wear judge's white wigs, judge robes and sunglasses, as well as hold signs and wave gavels to assist lead singer 14-year-old Nick Liberty. They will be singing to the tune of "Secret Agent Man" from 1966, the group has different words for the song and their own refrain:

    Amy Coney Barrett
    Amy Coney Barrett
    They're giving us a justice
    And taking away the shame

Click to view full video for live performance (1,800 views)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dgy-aigFd84&feature=youtu.be

FULL PARODY SONG LYRICS FOR AMY CONEY BARRETT SINGERS
Amy Coney Barrett to the tune of "Secret Agent Man" by Johnny Rivers (1966):

    For years our court had put our lives in danger
    With rulings that just kept on getting stranger
    With every move it made
    Another right betrayed
    But odds are we will see a bright tomorrow

    Amy Coney Barrett
    Amy Coney Barrett
    They're giving us a justice
    And taking away the shame

    So many pretty falsehoods we were told
    Those pretty falsehoods hid an evil goal
    Overturning Roe v. Wade
    Has for decades been delayed
    Odds are we will see a bright tomorrow

    Amy Coney Barrett
    Amy Coney Barrett
    They're giving us a justice
    And taking away the shame

    Sixty million babies were aborted
    And how many mercy killings were recorded
    But now at last we'll have the might
    To finally do what's right
    Odds are we will see a bright tomorrow

    Amy Coney Barrett
    Amy Coney Barrett
    They're giving us a justice
    And taking away the shame

Permission granted in advance to use the photograph, song or video.

BACKGROUND
Public Advocate is a pro-family, pro-Trump policy, non-profit group that sponsors petition drives for conservative Supreme Court nominees. The group has hosted singers for Judge Antonin Scallia, Sam Alito, Brett Kavanagh, Neil Gorsuch and appeared 100 times at the Supreme Court.

Last month Public Advocate posted a meme that received 42,456 shares opposing the Netflix show Cuties. Public Advocate has obtained 100,000 positive/supportive reactions to a Meme asking people if Tucker Carlson should moderate the next Presidential debate.
(Link to Tucker Meme)
https://www.publicadvocateusa.org/news/article.php?article=11845

SOURCE Public Advocate

CONTACT: Eugene Delgaudio, 703-845-1808, publicadvocateusa.org@gmail.com, info@publicadvocateusa.org

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