The claims of bipartisanship and living in harmony with each other were nothing more than a false flag from the liberal left. They might say they are accepting of all people and want nothing more than to improve society, but the truth is – they want to erase any person who disagrees with them. Take country singer Aaron Lewis for example. He recently released a song bashing liberals and the complete hypocrisy of the movement. Instead of reflecting on the song and seeing the errors in their ways, the left is now wanting Lewis canceled and the song blacklisted. The only problem, the company behind the song, Big Machine Label Group, isn’t having it.
After the song “Am I the Only One” was released, it quickly became the number one country song and the company’s CEO, Scott Borchetta, couldn’t be happier for his client. But liberal music blogger, Bob Lefsetz, doesn’t share the same feeling about the song when he called the lyrics “heinous”. He also slammed Big Machine for producing the hit single. But as mentioned above, Borchetta doesn’t really care.
Releasing a statement, Borchetta said, “Firstly, I believe in the First Amendment. My job has never been to tell my artists what to sing and write about. Aaron Lewis and I have political disagreements. But there are also things we agree on. I think that’s the foundation for the idea of our country. It doesn’t work if we’re so divided that we can’t reach across the aisle, have a conversation or an argument, and ultimately, shake hands. If we can’t do that, and this moment is so divisive, we may never get our country back.”
As for the song in question, it speaks to millions of Americans who are tired of being attacked for simply being patriotic. The lyrics state, “Am I the only one who can’t take no more/Screamin’ ‘If you don’t like it, there’s the fuckin’ door,’” He also adds that he is willing to “take a bullet for being free.”
Borchetta also added the diverse clients Big Machine represents. “we represent artists as diverse as Sheryl Crow singing ‘Woman In The White House’ to Aaron Lewis singing ‘Am I The Only One’ to Ray Wylie Hubbard to Tim McGraw to Thomas Rhett to Glen Campbell to Nikki Sixx/Rob Zombie/John5 (L.A. Rats) to Brantley Gilbert to Justin Moore to Florida Georgia Line to Brett Young to Lady A to Ayron Jones to Callista Clark and many more.”
In the end, the CEO said it plain enough for the liberals to understand, “To just ‘cancel’ (drop) Aaron is ridiculous and I’m disappointed that you would even suggest such a thing. Comparing Aaron Lewis to the Ghetto Boys? That’s a reach and a half. You don’t have to agree or acknowledge, but Aaron’s message is speaking to millions of people. Let it be a wake-up call to reps and dems alike – be loud and be heard!”