In January, Kid Rock released a new song destroying Biden, Fauci, the Liberal media, and COVID-19 policies.
Kid Rock’s new song, “We the People”, is yet another example of the singer speaking out boldly against the Left and the government’s attempt to strip us of our freedom.
The singer starts off his song with a direct shot at Fauci and his COVID policies, with the lyrics “Wear your mask, take your pills. Now a whole generation’s mentally ill. Man, f*** Fauci.”
The song reached number one on iTunes all-genre charts and topped the Billboard digital charts.
The same day that Kid Rock’s new album “Bad Reputation” was set to release, the seven-times Platinum artist sat down for an interivew with Tucker Carlson that is set to air on Monday night.
Tucker teased the interview on a Twitter post last night where he asked the rockstar why he hasn’t been cancelled or de-platformed despite his controversial views on politics.
The legendary Kid Rock sits down with Tucker for a rare one-on-one interview. And nothing is off the table. You’ll see part of the fascinating discussion Monday on Tucker Carlson Tonight at 8pm ET on Fox News. pic.twitter.com/5ZU9rIb5Vj
— Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) March 19, 2022
“Why haven’t you been canceled? People aren’t allowed to say what they think, you are” Tucker asked
“I am uncancellable. I don’t give a f*ck. I’m not in bed with any big corporate things at the end of the day. There’s no one I’m beholden to, no record companies, no corporate interests, no nothing. You can’t cancel me. I love it when they try.”
Kid Rock was met with criticism after he promised to cancel any concerts that required proof of vaccination to enter. He has been a vocal advocate of President Trump and campaigned on his behalf in 2016 and 2020. In September of 2020 just two months before the general election, he spoke at a rally with Donald Trump Jr. in Michigan.
The Michigan native teased running for office in 2018 when he announced his campaign against Democrat Debbie Stabenow. There are rumors that he might run for a House seat in Tennessee after redistricting made the seat more favorable to Republicans.