Country Rocker Aaron Lewis Leads Crowd in Massive 'F**K Joe Biden' Chant - WATCH
Chants against Biden gain momentum
Rocker Aaron Lewis led a concert crowd in "f*ck Joe Biden" chants during a performance in Pennsylvania.
Lewis chanted "f*ck Joe Biden" along with drumbeats during his concert at The Pavilion at Montage Mountain in Scranton.
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
Lewis was also wearing a shirt that read: "I could sh*t a better president."
Aaron Lewis of Staind with the shirt of the night pic.twitter.com/rQAJ3K5LsK— John Granato (@johngranato) September 20, 2021
The country rocker has also worn t-shirts in the past with slogans like "F*ck Biden" and "Impeach Biden," Newsweek reported.
More and more "F*ck Joe Biden" chants have been heard across the country, most notably in football games and protests.
Earlier this week, Neon Nettle reported on hundreds of angry New Yorkers who took to the streets of Manhattan chanting "F**k Joe Biden – and DeBlasio!"
Neon Nettle reported earlier this week that more chants from football crowds began since the season started.
Fans chanted "F**k Joe Biden" during the Wisconsin/Notre Dame game.
Earlier this year, Aaron Lewis torched leftists for the direction they wished to take American in.
Lewis's new single, "Am I the Only One," calls out left-wing activists and fellow rocker Bruce Springsteen, who has repeatedly attacked President Donald Trump last year.
Aaron Lewis became a cause celebre in conservative circles this past summer with the release of his country single "Am I the Only One."
Here are the lyrics:
Am I the only one / Willin' to bleed /
Or take a bullet for being freeScreamin' 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 youWatchin' the threads of Old Glory come undone\