Morrissey says he was interviewed by the US Secret Service over Donald Trump death threats
Morrissey is back with a brand new tale.
So, in this yarn, Moz has released an eight-minute video claiming that he has been interviewed by the US Secret Service after his Donald Trump death threats.
Not long ago, when asked “if there was a button here and if you pressed on it, Trump would die dead – would you push it or not?” in an interview, Morrissey replied: “I would, for the safety of the human race. It’s not for my personal opinion of his face, or his life, or his family, but in the interest of the human race. I think he’s a terrible, terrible scourge.”
In the video, the former Smiths frontman has said that he has been forced to answer questions over his comments and that he is unsure if he’ll be allowed back into America.
“As a further resort of Der Spiegl, I was cross-examined by the American Secret Service, who were very, very nice. And I do understand their position. So that went very, very well, and they assured me that they have no cause for concern. But it was a direct result of Der Spiegl that I was cross-examined, which is very, very sad”, he said.
“So congratulations, Der Spiegl. You achieved everything that you set out to do. Whether again I’m allowed free access to America, I really don’t know. I have to wait and see if I can enter the country again.”