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Randy Rainbow Roasts Trump's Arraignment With Perfect Barbra Streisand Parody

The comedian took aim at Trump's latest indictments with a new music video parodying 'Funny Girl' entitled 'Don't Arraign on His Parade.'

YouTube screenshots of Donald Trump and Randy Rainbow from "Don't Arraign on My Parade" parody video
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Randy Rainbow, the master of political satire through song, has once again graced us with a parody video that takes aim at former President Donald Trump, this time over his recent indictment and subsequent arraignment in Georgia related to his attempts to overturn the 2020 election results.

The video is a response to last week's news that a grand jury in Georgia investigating Trump's attempts to overturn the election result handed up a criminal indictment that resulted in more charges for the ex-President.

Trump and 18 of his associates—including his attorney Rudy Giuliani and former Chief of Staff Mark Meadows—have been charged under Georgia's anti-racketeering law, marking the fourth time Trump has been indicted this year.

In his latest creation, released on Tuesday, Rainbow brilliantly parodies Barbra Streisand's iconic song "Don't Rain on My Parade" from the classic musical Funny Girl.

The result? A song titled "Don't Arraign On His Parade."

You can see it below.

Don't Arraign on His Parade! - A Randy Rainbow Song

In the video, Rainbow playfully mimics his faux interview style, a signature move in his satirical pieces. Speaking directly to Trump, he humorously addresses the former president's delusional narcissism, all while maintaining a playful tone.

But the real showstopper comes when Rainbow breaks into song, transforming Streisand's "Don't Rain on My Parade" into a clever "Don't Arraign On His Parade."

Rainbow's parody includes lyrics like:

“Don’t tell him he’s a dirty lying bragga’/Life is Big Macs and the sun’s a ball of MAGA/Don’t anybody dare arraign on his parade."
“Don’t call him when new charges have arisen/Don’t tell him he’s about to rot in prison/don’t even ― just a hair/arraign on his parade.”

Of course, Rainbow shared his latest creation on X, formerly known as Twitter.

And as always, his talent for blending humor, music, and timely political commentary proved a major hit with his audience.

Rainbow has previously skewered Trump over his indictments.

In the spring, he couldn't help but celebrate "Trump Arraignment Week" after Trump was indicted in New York for alleged campaign finance violations related to a hush money payment he made to adult film actor Stormy Daniels.

Using the WWII jump blues song "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" by Don Raye and Hughie Prince, made famous by the Andrews Sisters in 1941, Randy twisted the lyrics to reflect the legal troubles that Trump may be facing.

Rainbow sang that Trump had "met a lovely lady who performed on screen" who "started yappin’ in two thousand and sixteen and so he signed a bunch of checks."