We all are aware of the happenings in the world. The pandemic seems to be never getting over, supported by that is another big event that will be taking place soon by the end of this year.
The November presidential elections in the USA will be happening soon and that will as already has taken attention of the people not only living in the USA but also the worldwide and they are keeping a keen eye on the event to know what the outcome will be and the time before the final day, there has to be enough campaigning which will determine or shape the results in some time to come.
I'm a Leonard Cohen fan and I'm livid with all of his fans.https://t.co/bstBD255kx
— Jill Wine-Banks (@JillWineBanks) August 28, 2020
Whatever be the outcome, the journey will be worth watching as the world’s strongest country is undergoing a critical phase. While they are fighting the pandemic, bigger trouble awaits them and the chain of events that have come intermediate to those are the violent protests and the rage among people that have struck the country from which it is trying to overcome. Whatever happens, the result is known by all, chaos and violence will not be the solution to any problem that comes along the way.
Very amusing and fitting the RNC ended with a rendition of Leonard Cohen's song "Hallelujah", a song about a failed relationship, dishonesty, disappointment, and loss… Nothing exemplifies Trump's presidency more than those things.
(LOL the MAGAs think it's a religious song)
— Hold Still (@YouWontFeelThis) August 28, 2020
What took place at a rally that was conducted by the Republican National Convention?
The event that took place recently in the USA campaigns had caught attention. Some were critically viewing it, while the others were seeing it in a general sense. While the campaign was going on, the song Hallelujah, the song that is dedicated to the almighty was played and that got repeated twice. This was the event that caught everyone’s sight. Some refer it as a publicity stunt, while others say that it was unfair since a devotional song must not be used for the same.
Everyone in Montreal, home of Leonard Cohen, is traumatized rn by the use of "Hallelujah" at the RNC.
— Roxanne Khamsi (@rkhamsi) August 28, 2020