VERACITOR: Pro-BUSH Video Clip Posted Online

Virginia-based pro-Bush outfit VERACITOR have filmed a video for the controversial song "Warmongers of Discontent", which supports President Bush in the war on terror and the war in Iraq. The clip shows "scenes of soldiers fighting in Fallujah clearly in danger, but clearly dominating the battlefield," according to a press release. "It pays homage to the men and women serving in the war supporting their cause, while attacking those who unjustly criticize this war undermining our troops' efforts."

The "Warmongers of Discontent" video is available for download at this location.

VERACITOR was formed in 2003 as a power/thrash metal band with thought-provoking lyrics of a conservative nature. Topics range from the preservation of the Constitution, self-awareness and responsibility to the capture of Saddam Hussein.


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