Kid Rock releases ‘We The People’ song bashing Biden, Fauci, and mainstream media

by Alex Caldwell

Singer Kid Rock released a new hit-single bashing Joe Biden, Dr. Anthony Fauci, Big Tech, and the mainstream media while he addressed political topics such as Covid-19 and inflation.

Rock released “We The People” on Tuesday as fans await his “Bad Reputation Tour,” which he hinted may be his last.

The singer began the song by cursing out Dr. Fauci and Biden, accusing the two of hypocrisy for closing down the U.S. border because of Covid-19 after they ridiculed 45th President Donald Trump for doing the same thing.

Kid Rock blasted Dr. Anthony and Joe Biden in his song “We The People,” accusing both men of hypocrisy.

“Covid is near, it’s coming to town. We gotta act quick, shut our borders down. Joe Biden does, the media embraces. Big Don does it and they call him racist,” Rock sang.

In the chorus of the four-minute song is a chant of the phrase “Let’s go, Brandon,” which was born after an NBC News reporter told viewers that a NASCAR crowd was chanting their support of racer Brandon Brown, when they were really chanting “F— Joe Biden!”

Rock also cursed out Big Tech and the mainstream media, specifically calling out Facebook, Twitter, CNN, and TMZ over what he characterized as divisive reporting.

He then called for “love and unity” from people of all different political opinions.

“We gotta keep fighting for the right to be free, and every human being doesn’t have to agree,” he sang.

“We all bleed red, brother, listen to me. It’s time for love and unity,” the song said.

The song then ended with more “Let’s go, Brandon” chants.

Kid Rock was considered a potential contender for Michigan Democrat Sen. Debbie Stabenow’s seat in the 2018 election cycle.

Kid Rock also released two additional tracks on Tuesday that were less political.

“We The People” comes months after the conservative-leaning singer released the song “Don’t Tell Me How to Live,” where he blasted his critics and “snowflakes.”

Rock has frequently criticized Democrats and the current political climate. He was also floated as a possible contender for Michigan’s 2018 U.S. Senate race, but he told radio host Howard Stern in 2017 that he had no interest in running for office.

Singer Kid Rock’s “We The People” debuted ahead of his “Bad Reputation Tour.” (WARNING: AUDIO EXPLICIT)

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