The left and The Anti-Defamation League infamously declared the OK Sign, which Colbert proudly saluted, is racist
Lara Trump on Sunday responded to critics of her vocals in her newly released smash hit Tom Petty cover, including unfunny political hack Stephen Colbert, and said she is “happy to come on” The Late Show and “perform live” to disprove his lies about her vocals.
Lara called Colbert’s false accusation that she auto-tuned her vocals “a slanderous attack rooted in his own political hatred.” The song was not auto-tuned. However, leftist trolls did manipulate a clip of Lara Trump singing, likely for malicious purposes. Colbert, who is such a loser, unpleasantly labeled Lara a “Kirkland-brand Gwyneth Paltrow.”
Colbert also lied claiming, “The song wasn’t an immediate hit.”
As The Gateway Pundit reported earlier, Lara Trump’s cover of Tom Petty’s ‘I Won’t Back Down’ with First Class Records is topping the charts, despite massive censorship and negative media coverage, peaking at number two on iTunes’ country chart and number four on Amazon’s new country chart. The song is also confirmed to debut on up to three Billboard music charts this week!
EXCLUSIVE: Lara Trump’s Tom Petty Cover Song SMASHES #2 on iTunes – CONFIRMED to Debut on Multiple Billboard Charts This Week After “Blatant Efforts to Suppress” By Advertisers, Streaming Platforms
First Class Records President LJ Fino shared an article last week from AP, fact-checking the “haters and losers,” who “will stop at nothing to make @LaraLeaTrump [and] her family look bad.” Fino also confirmed that the song released on September 29 has organic vocals made with “ZERO AUTO TUNE OR MELODYNE.”
Can you believe this? Absolutely insane. The “haters and losers” will stop at nothing to make @LaraLeaTrump & her family look bad. Let me set the record straight: THERE IS ZERO AUTO TUNE OR MELODYNE USED ON LARA’S RECORDING. CASE CLOSED
— LJ Fino (@LjFino) October 7, 2023
For the first time in a long time, the AP has done a real fact check, reporting:
Source: The Gateway Pundit