Kid Rock’s latest song, ‘We the People,’ is a rocking ‘Let’s go Brandon’ anthem

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Robert James Ritchie, better known as musician Kid Rock, has released a song titled ‘We the People’ and it’s just as inflammatory as people have come to expect from him.

The rocker begins the song with the chant “Let’s go Brandon” and it only gets more wild from there. Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and President Joe Biden were two of the song’s targets, which largely takes on the issues of COVID, lockdowns and inflation.

Kid Rock dresses down both Fauci and Biden in the lyrics, which are as profane as one might imagine them to be.

Listen: (** Language warning)

“Man f – – k Fauci,” says Rock. “Wear your mask, take your pills, now a whole generation’s mentally ill!”

The artist didn’t forget to slip his love of former President Donald Trump in the song as well, noting the media hypocrisy when it comes to how the two presidents handled issues.

“But COVID’s near, it’s coming to town, we gotta act quick, shut our borders down; Joe Biden does, the media embraces, Big Don does it, and they call him racist,” the musician laments.

“Inflation’s up like the minimum wage. So it’s all the same. Not a damn thing changed,” Rock adds later in the song.

But despite the arguably divisive lyrics, Rock concludes the song with a plea for unity among Americans.

“We gotta keep fighting for right to be free. And every human being doesn’t have to agree. We all bleed red, brother, listen to me. It’s time for love and unity.”

And Kid Rock isn’t the only musician to speak out recently.

Rocker Eric Clapton has also used his platform to speak about “Mass Formation Hypnosis” and how he sees it “everywhere.”

“So I thought, why are they? What’s going on here?” he asked. “There seemed to be some sort of – I didn’t get the memo, whatever the memo was, it hadn’t reached me. Then I realized there really was a memo – a guy, Mattias Desmet has talked about it. It’s great, you know, the theory of Mass Formation Hypnosis.”

“And I could see it, once I kind of started to look for it. I saw it everywhere,” he remarked. “And then I remembered seeing little things on YouTube, which were like subliminal advertising, It’s been going on for a long time – that thing of ‘you will own nothing and you will be happy. And I thought, ‘What’s that mean?’ And bit by bit, I put a rough kind of jigsaw puzzle together. And that made me even more resolute.”

Sierra Marlee


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