Conservative Kid Rock Invades Nashville - Liberals Heads Explode (Joy Is a B----)
Liberal heads explode everytime you mention some of the popular rock or cultural icons like Clint Eastwood, Kayne West, or Kid Rock backing Trump or even existing with a different point of view, says Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate. "Kid Rock's arrival in Nashville, Tennesee for the annual Christmas parade will be a victory march for blunt conservativism, patriotic ferver and traditional anti-liberal thought," says Delgaudio.
The Tennessean newspaper reports:
Kid Rock is officially out as grand marshal of Saturday's Nashville Christmas Parade.
But he might show up anyway even though sponsors have invited Waffle House mass shooting hero James Shaw Jr. to be the new grand marshal.
Late Friday three of the parade's main organizers stripped Rock of the title after the music star made controversial comments that morning which quickly caused a public backlash and led Nashville's mayor to threaten sitting out of the event.
(Delgaudio comments: "liberals in Nashville exploded over Kid Rock's blunt talk on a Fox TV interview that is a frank defense of basic conservative expressions being outlawed by liberals like the Nashville liberals who invited him in the first place").
The Tennessean says:
"(0)ther parade sponsors include Tootsie's and several other Lower Broadway honky-tonk bars owned by Smith, who is a business partner with Rock on the recently opened Kid Rock's Big Ass Honky Tonk Rock N' Roll Steakhouse. Proceeds visit the Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt.
Smith said Rock will be in the parade and keep the title.
"Until someone reimburses us, he will be in the parade tomorrow morning and he will be the grand marshal," Smith told reporters via conference call.
"All this got started over something stupid, and I can't believe it got this far. I'm sorely disappointed in how far this got. I don't know why the city is all up in arms about this. I guarantee you the public will stand behind Kid Rock."
The move comes after Kid Rock, whose real name is Robert James Richie, appeared on Fox & Friends Friday morning and in remarks seemed to downplay complaints about racism and homophobia as political correctness. He also called television personality Joy Behar, co-host of The View, a "b----."
"God forbid you say something a little bit wrong, you're racist, homophobic, Islamophobic, this that and another. People need to calm down get a little less politically correct," Rock said.
"I would say, 'love everybody,' except I'd say, 'screw that Joy Behar b----,'" he added in his appearance, taped live appearance from Rock's honky-tonk.