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Randy Rainbow Channels Streisand to Lampoon Trump: 'Don't Arraign on His Parade'

Randy Rainbow Channels Streisand to Lampoon Trump: 'Don't Arraign on His Parade'

Donald Trump and Randy Rainbow

"Don’t tell him he’s about to rot in prison," Rainbow sings, regarding the many criminal charges Donald Trump is facing.

Randy Rainbow channels Barbra Streisand in his latest video, lampooning Donald Trump with “Don’t Arraign on His Parade!,” a parody of “Don’t Rain on My Parade” from the Streisand stage and film musical Funny Girl.

Trump has been charged with 91 counts of criminal conduct in cases involving retention of classified documents, attempts to overturn the 2020 presidential election results, and falsifying business documents to cover up an affair with an adult-film star. He’s scheduled to turn himself in Thursday to authorities in Fulton County, Ga. He keeps maintaining his innocence.

The video opens with Rainbow “interviewing” Trump, who he calls “Mr. Former Fake One-Term Twice-Impeached Four-Times-Indicted Not My President.” Rainbow says, “When people call me names or, you know, threaten to lock me up for 70 years for plotting to overthrow democracy, I’m in bed for a good week! But you, you keep throwing parties for yourself!”

After Trump is shown bragging about “tens of thousands” of people attending one of his rallies, Rainbow says, “Your delusional narcissism is inspiring! In fact, it reminds me of a song.”

Don't Arraign on His Parade! - A Randy Rainbow Song

“Don’t tell him he’s a dirty, lying bragga / life’s Big Macs and the sun’s a ball of MAGA / don’t anybody dare arraign on his parade!” Rainbow sings. “Don’t call him when new charges have arisen / don’t tell him he’s about to rot in prison / don’t even — just a hair — arraign on his parade!”

The video also includes a parody of the Pointer Sisters’ 1982 hit “I’m So Excited,” with Rainbow singing, “He’s so indicted / and he just can’t fight it / he’s about to lose in court and he doesn’t like it.”

Rainbow appears in a variety of costumes, including an orange prison jumpsuit and a vintage dress, with a shout-out to the ferry scene in the film version of Funny Girl. A revival of the musical is currently on Broadway, with Lea Michele as real-life comedian Fanny Brice, the role originated by Streisand.

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