Woman Brings Entire Restaurant to Silence While Singing 'Star Spangled Banner'
Singing captivates and unifies people in attendance
A video from 2019 has resurfaced, showing a patriotic woman sing her rendition of the “Star Spangled Banner,” which stunned an entire restaurant into silence.
As Democrats and the far-left continue to express their hatred for anything patriotic, the clip is refreshingly heartwarming.
In the video, a young woman walks up to a man wearing a blue “USA” cap with the number “45” on the side, sitting on a nearby table.
She then begins to sing the national anthem, and everyone in the restaurant stops what they're doing.
Her voice is so incredible, its easy to see why the restaurant fell silent.
The singing is so captivating that one man stands up and puts his hand over his heart as the lady continues.
Another man sitting in view even takes his cap off.
In the end of the video, the woman receives a warm round of applause and cheers from the patrons.
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In an era were the far-left is calling for “The Star Spangled Banner” to be replaced due to supposed racism, the need for unification through the national anthem has never been more important.
One such far-left activist and journalist calling for the removal of “The Star Spangled Banner” is Kevin Powell, a founding staff member of Vibe.
Powell even suggested that John Lennon’s ode to vacuity, “Imagine," should relace America’s national anthem.
The Star-Spangled Banner was written by Francis Scott Key, who was literally born into a wealthy, slave-holding family in Maryland. He was a very well-to-do lawyer in Washington, D.C., and eventually became very close to President Andrew Jackson, who was the Donald Trump of his time, which means that there was a lot of hate and violence and division.
The far-left claims the song is divisive.
But many who stand proudly together while singing their country's anthem would argue it's completely the opposite.