The video was sweet, an entire arena broke chanted “f**k Joe Biden.”
Rock star Aaron Lewis recently led concert attendees at The Pavilion at Montage Mountain in Scranton (Joe Biden hometown) in a drum heavy chant. The singer has been known to wear shirts with messages like “F**k Biden” and “Impeach Biden.” For the show in Scanton he was wearing a shirt that read, “I could shit a better president.”
Aaron Lewis (Staind) giving Joe a proper salute…. pic.twitter.com/JTaVEI2N7s
— Patriot239 (@patriot2392) September 27, 2021
Mi Amigo Aaron Lewis Concert😂😂😂IT’S GETTING LOUDER!!! pic.twitter.com/XDd06gXKCZ
— il Donaldo Trumpo (@PapiTrumpo) September 26, 2021
Aaron Lewis of Staind with the shirt of the night pic.twitter.com/rQAJ3K5LsK
— John Granato (@johngranato) September 20, 2021
The famed “f–k Joe Biden” chant has been breaking out at events all over the country. The sports news outlet Outkick reported that the chants have migrated from college football games to baseball games:
Fans chanting “Fuck Joe Biden” at stadiums from Tennessee to Alabama to Oxford, Mississippi is quickly becoming the battle cry for football fans across the country as the citizens of this country continue to show disobedience to the great Emporer and his presidency.
The big news this week with the “F**k Joe Biden” chant movement is that it has spread from college football and into the baseball community, where New Yorkers chanted “Fuck Joe Biden” during Fox Sports’ weekend coverage of the Subway Series. Fans could be heard sending a message to Biden as ARod and Big Papi dissected the Yankees-Mets game.
Lewis’ latest release has also triggered the left, he went after left wing statue toppling activists and Bruce Springsteen. What really has the left fuming is that it has passed Big Red Machine’s “Renegade” featuring Taylor Swift and is one of the most popular songs in the country.
Below is a portion of his lyrics:
Am I the only one / Willin’ to bleed / Or take a bullet for being free
Screamin’ what the hell at my TV / For tellin’ me / Yeah you’re tellin’ me
That I’m the only one / Willin’ to fight /
For my love of the red and white / And the blue, burnin’ on the ground
Another statue comin’ down / In a town near you
Watchin’ the threads of Old Glory come undone