Children Banned From Singing National Anthem in US Capitol Perform at Trump Rally

The Rushingbrook Children’s Choir from Greenville, SC, made national headlines last month after they were ordered to stop singing the national anthem inside the U.S. Capitol. The children were told the song might offend people.

It turns out the children and been invited to perform by House Speaker Kevin McCarthy. Capitol Police later apologized for stopping the patriotic children.

“Although pop-up demonstrations and musical performances are not allowed in the U.S. Capitol without the proper approval, due to a miscommunication, the U.S Capitol Police were not aware that the Speaker’s Office had approved this performance. We apologize to the choir for this miscommunication that impacted their beautiful rendition of the Star-Spangled Banner and their visit to Capitol Hill,” the police said in a statement.

When President Trump heard about the way the children were treated, he personally invited them to perform an entire concert at his campaign rally in Pickens, South Carolina.

The children were greeted with thunderous applause by the massive crowd. Watch their performance below and click here to read Todd’s best-selling book “The Deplorables Guide to Making America Great Again.”

God bless these sweet and patriotic children and God bless President Trump!

Following, is the original story about the kids being ordered to stop singing:

A group of South Carolina schoolchildren were interrupted mid-performance at the U.S. Capitol and ordered to stop singing the national anthem inside Statuary Hall.

The students were told that people might offended by the song. We have video of the incident below.

The children had been invited by Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s office to perform — but were shut down by U.S. Capitol Police.

David Rasbach, the founder and director of the Rushingbrook Children’s Choir in Greenville, South Carolina, told the Daily Signal he was “shocked” when officers disrupted they May 26 performance.

The kids were accused of staging a demonstration.

Yes, they were. They were staging a demonstration of red-blooded American patriotism.

“I couldn’t believe that was happening, that they would stop the national anthem of all songs,” he told the Daily Signal.

Capitol Police told the news site that “demonstrations and musical performances are not allowed in the U.S. Capitol.”

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“Of course, because the singers in this situation were children, our officers were reasonable and allowed the children to finish their beautiful rendition of the Star-Spangled Banner,” the statement read. “The congressional staff member who was accompanying the group knew the rules, yet lied to the officers multiple times about having permission from various offices. The staffer put both the choir and our officers, who were simply doing their jobs, in an awkward and embarrassing position.”

Rep. William Timmons (R-SC) said the kids were trying to “joyfully express their love of this nation.”

“We are all very disappointed to learn their celebration was cut short,” Timmons wrote on Twitter.


How about enraged? How about a healthy dose of righteous indignation? How about firing every police officer who stopped the performance?

Rep. Timmons said the entire “South Carolina delegation has offered to cover all expenses to return them to the Capitol to sing the national anthem wherever they please.”

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