Aaron Lewis, country singer and lead singer of the rock band Staind, doesn’t just sing about freedom and the wrong that governments perpetrate on the people, he openly talks about it. A lot of “famous” people wouldn’t dare say the things he says for fear of lost job opportunities in the highly homogenized society that is the entertainment world.
Lewis simply says, ‘I don’t care,’ and speaks up for what he believes it right.
His latest victim is the Democrats.
Video is now circulating of Lewis talking to the crowd at the Texas Trust CU Theatre in Grand Prairie, Texas on October 7 just before he played the final song of the show, his smash hit “Am I the Only One.”
In his comments, Lewis talks about how “we” have allowed the powers-that-be to grab a “ridiculous” amount of control over the populace during the Chinese coronavirus pandemic.
“We’re going to look back on this timeframe in history and wonder how we were allowed, how we allowed such ridiculousness to happen in this country, in this world,” Lewis said.
But Lewis was just getting warmed up. That’s when he began to talk about the importance of knowing your “history” and who has been responsible for “every f**king scar that exists on this country.”
See, I liked American history in school. I paid close attention in that class. Yeah, but didn’t we all pay attention? Because if we all paid attention in our f**king history classes, we would know that the Democrats are responsible for every f**king scar that exists on this country.
Let’s go through history, shall we real quick?
Every American Indian massacre, every f**king slave aside from eight that was ever owned in this f**king country was owned by f**king Democrats. Every segregational law, every racist law, every Jim Crow law, every f**king KKK meeting was done by the G*d d*mn Democrats. Can we please embrace history so we don’t f**king repeat it? Please?!
But since Lewis understands skeptics and also that a good portion of people get their talking points by simply repeating what they heard other people say, so he gave the people in attendance some advice.
“I implore all of you, please, go look it up yourself,” Lewis said. “I don’t want you to believe me. I don’t want to think that just because I have this microphone what I’m saying is true. I want you to go and look it the f**k up yourself. Find out for yourself. Wake up!”
I couldn’t agree more with what Lewis said at the end. At the end of the day, the only way we as people will truly believe anything is to prove it to ourselves.
For video of Lewis' comments, along with his performance of "Am I the Only One," watch below:
H/T: Louder with Crowder