Brantley Gilbert Defends Jason Aldean’s ‘Try That in a Small Town’

Brantley Gilbert Defends Small Town Values amid Jason Aldean's Music Controversy!
Brantley Gilbert Defends Small Town Values amid Jason Aldean's Music Controversy!
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America has lost its way. We no longer live in a society where people are forced to stand up for their beliefs and are held accountable for their actions. But that’s not the case for country music star Brantley Gilbert, who recently gave his audience a piece of his mind. While performing over the weekend, Gilbert lamented the fact that “we don’t live in a society where people get punched in the face anymore.”

Gilbert was, of course, speaking about the uproar directed against fellow country music star Jason Aldean over his new hit single “Try That in a Small Town” which talks about everyday neighbors standing up for one another in the face of violent crime or unpatriotic protests. The keyboard warriors have opposed this message, hiding behind their cell phones and laptops. They don’t know what it’s really like to stand up for one’s beliefs in public and can’t handle a dose of truth.

“So I got mad as hell the other night over this Aldean thing and I thought I was going to tweet something, or something, but I realized I don’t have the password for any of my social media. So I decided to write them sum bitches a song, I hope y’all like it,” said Gilbert before launching into his latest ballad called “Bury Me Upside Down.” Gilbert’s new song may not be appreciated by the leftist media, but it strikes a chord with honest and hardworking Americans who have had enough of the left’s propaganda.

We see this lack of accountability across the board. Take Bud Light, for example. They have gone “woke,” and it’s their loss. Gilbert has been at the forefront of protests against Bud Light, smashing bottles of the brew onstage as it launched hail-mary plays with camo-printed cans and free beer. Gilbert is standing up against the ongoing leftist indoctrination that has penetrated all aspects of our society. Enough is enough, and Gilbert’s message resonates with many who are looking for a way to fight back.

Aldean’s hit single “Try That in a Small Town” has topped the charts on the iTunes store last week and remains in the number one spot as of Monday morning despite the opposition. The success of the song has prompted a Republican governor to invite Aldean to perform at a public event while President Donald Trump added he thinks Aldean is a “terrific guy.” But despite the overwhelming support from true Americans, Country Music Television has removed the music video for “Try That in a Small Town” over its inclusion of footage from left-wing riots. The left is doing everything in its power to silence the truth and avoid accountability.

Gilbert and Aldean are inspiring Americans across the country to stand up, take responsibility, and fight against the leftist agenda that has infected our nation. We need more individuals like Gilbert and Aldean that are willing to fight for their beliefs and stand up for what is right. The time to act is now, and we cannot wait any longer to reclaim our country.

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