A YouTube video protesting Donald Trump's plan for a lavish golf course in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, and set to the music of Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody," has been pulled from the site.
Some are questioning whether The Donald was integral in getting it pulled as it did not portray him kindly. Such speculation was abetted by the fact that Queen guitarist Brian May gave the vid his blessing, meaning it could not be pulled due to copyright infringement.
"This is a story of destruction and greed, a story of lies and treachery, of how one man has used power and money to diminish the TRUTH," the caption introducing the video reads.
"Ladies and Gentleman, Mr. Donald Trump sings a song of relentless determination and unparalleled ego in his battle for the 'The Great Dunes of Scotland.'"
The group responsible for the clip, speaking with the Herald Scotland, says they now plan to release the track through iTunes.
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