Clive Palmer wants to join Dee Snider on stage – Snider said NO -
Dee Snider of Twisted Sister

Dee Snider of Twisted Sister

Clive Palmer wants to join Dee Snider on stage – Snider said NO

by Paul Cashmere on January 10, 2019

in News

Wacky Clive Palmer now wants to perform with Dee Snider.

The Aussie politician came under fire last week for ripping off the Twisted Sister classic ‘We’re Not Gonna Take It’ with his own inane version for a political ad. He changed the words but not the music and then threatened to sue Snider if Snider tried to sue him.

And now he wants to sing his Snider? Wacky Palmer write this on his social media”

“I would love to join @deesnider on stage for a sing-off of my ‘Australia’s Not Gonna Cop It’ and his version so fans can decide which one they like best. I’d be happy to be part of the tour when he visits Down Under”.

Snider’s response, “First you want my visa pulled, now you want to join me on stage? I knew you were a closet fan…NO! #thief #criminal #lowlife #charlatan”

Palmer is not taking any responsibility for the Twister Sister copyright theft but then again, irresponsibility has always been one of his political strengths.

Dee Snider will perform in Australia later this month and into February. He says if this matter is not resolved before he gets here, he will resolve it personally when he arrives.

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