GOP Convention planners: Prophets of Rage, anyone can practice leisure of speech

FILE - In this Jul 8, 2014, record photo, a male sits on a cruise list with a perspective of downtown Cleveland. City officials devise to benefaction an overview of confidence credentials Tuesday, May 31, 2016, for this summer's Republican National Convention in Cleveland, seeking to opposite stability concerns about willingness to horde a eventuality approaching to move 50,000 visitors to northeast Ohio. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak, File)

FILE – In this Jul 8, 2014, record photo, a male sits on a cruise list with a perspective of downtown Cleveland. City officials devise to benefaction an overview of confidence credentials Tuesday, May 31, 2016, for this summer’s Republican National Convention in Cleveland, seeking to opposite stability concerns about willingness to horde a eventuality approaching to move 50,000 visitors to northeast Ohio. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak, File)

“Dangerous times do direct dangerous songs.”

That’s a summary of Prophets of Rage, a hip-hop organisation done adult of former stars of Rage Against a Machine, Public Enemy, and Cypress Hill. They contend they’ll be during a Republican Convention in Cleveland to lend their voices to a proceedings, while gathering officials tell FOX411 that anyone can practice their First Amendment rights.

Musicians Tom Morello, Tim Commerford, Brad Wilk, Chuck D, B-Real and DJ Lord make adult a group. The band’s inhabitant debate “Make America Rage Again” plays off of Donald Trump’s aphorism “Make America Great Again.” It’s set to flog off on Jul 19 in Cleveland, nonetheless a venue has not been announced.

Morello pronounced a Prophets of Rage would not announce some appearances to equivocate run-ins with a internal authorities. FOX411 spoke to GOP Convention planners to see if they’re endangered about a new group’s plans.

“The City of Cleveland is operative to conduct logistics per protests. We are a First Amendment celebration and trust in a leisure of speech,” pronounced Audrey Scagnelli, National Press Secretary Committee on Arrangements for a Republican National Convention.

FOX411 attempted countless times to pronounce with members of Prophets of Rage, though they declined.

Fox News.com Reporter and FOX411 horde Diana Falzone covers luminary news and interviews some of today’s tip celebrities and newsmakers.  You can follow her on Twitter @dianafalzone.

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