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SLAYER’s TOM ARAYA Posts A Manipulated Video Of JOE BIDEN

SLAYER’s TOM ARAYA Posts A Manipulated Video Of JOE BIDEN

SLAYER frontman Tom Araya has never really been the type of guy to shy away from letting his political opinions known.  For instance, just two years ago, he pissed of quite a few people by sharing an old chain letter that compared the liberals to the conservatives on a number of issues, shedding a favorable light on the latter party. Prior to that, Araya caused a stir in 2017 when he said that the United States Of America had become “a nation of crybabies” following the election of Donald Trump as president.

Well now it seems the SLAYER singer/bassist has shared a manipulated video of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, where he appears to be sleeping during a live television interview.  And it’s ruffled a few feathers.

The original video was actually an interview with singer and actor Harry Belafonte from almost nine years ago, during which he appears to fall asleep.  The video that Araya posted was that very interview yet doctored to show Biden instead of Belafonte dozing off.

On Tuesday (September 1), Araya posted the clip to his Instagram account, with the caption: “president of the United States really!??” After a number of people pointed out to Araya that the video was fake, Tom edited his post to say: “Edit – Fake police are out!!! Can’t get anything past you guys”.

You can actually check out the Instagram post below.

Oh! And remember that time back in January 2017 when Araya posted a photoshopped picture of Donald Trump with the members of SLAYER on the band’s Instagram account and then later criticized fans who objected to the photo, saying that he “thought it was funny” and that anyone who disagrees should keep quiet?

Yeah.  That was funny.

 

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president of the United States really!?? ???????? Edit – Fake police are out!!! Can’t get anything past you guys????

A post shared by Tom Araya (@tomarayaofficial) on Sep 1, 2020 at 6:41am PDT

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