Watch: Fox Business Host Belts Out Gorgeous Version of the National Anthem


Amid protests of the National Anthem, particularly within the NFL, President Donald Trump called out plenty of people for disrespecting the country and the brave men and women who gave their lives to ensure our freedom.

Many, however, decided the anthem itself was the problem to begin with, including CNN commentator Angela Rye.

“The national anthem is problematic in and of itself,” Rye explained during a panel discussion on June 5. “There’s a second verse that Colin Kaepernick brought attention to that has yet to be discussed on broad platforms.”

That second verse, according to The Washington Examiner, was wrongly cited by Rye.

“The bottom line is we have an opportunity to say, ‘This is something that’s bothering me and until this country serves me the same way that it serves so many other people, I have a right to protest.'” she continued. “And you should pay attention to what those issues are if you’re a real leader.”

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On July 2, Fox Business host Trish Regan decided to show her respect for our country with her own rendition of the anthem, while also explaining to those like Rye how we came to have the right to express our opinions in the first place.

Watching the video, you can’t help but feel the passion Regan clearly feels for America.

“I used to sing the National Anthem quite a bit,” Regan captioned the video on Facebook. “Every time I hear it, I feel very lucky to have been born in this great country. I know we have our differences, but let us never forget the sacrifice so many have made to ensure that we have the freedom to voice those differences.”

Not only does Regan do this country proud with her beautiful singing voice, but she also encourages American citizens, regardless of their political opinions, to think about why they have the freedom to disagree in the first place.

We are able to speak freely because of the sacrifice our servicemen and women have made, and that is something that deserves to be respected, honored, and protected for years to come.

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Liz was a senior story editor for The Western Journal.
Liz was a senior story editor for The Western Journal.
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