President Trump Makes Special Appearance at Kid Rock Concert

Kid Rock began his 2022 trip in Indiana with a video greeting from President Trump, which was well received by the crowd.

According to the New York Post, well before he went on stage in Evansville, Indiana, the other week, the “Cowboy” singer broadcasted a statement from Trump for the audience.

“Greetings, everyone. According to a video posted online by a supporter who attended the event, the former president added, “I love you all,” as the video began.

Trump’s Appearance at Kid Rock’s Concert Continued…

Using the singer’s given name, Robert Ritchie, Trump said, “Bob is certainly one of the biggest stars of our time.”

“Although he’s not the finest golfer in the world, his game might use a little improvement, he’s a wonderful, wonderful entertainer, and that’s why you’re here.”

“We must all love and cherish each other, strive for our God-given liberties, and most importantly, let’s make America rock again,” Trump said as he donned a red MAGA hat with the words “Make America Rock Again” written on the side.

The moment the president’s address ended, Kid Rock sprinted onto the stage and launched into his latest attack on Joe Biden, “We The People,” which has the lyric “Let’s Go Brandon”.

Kid Rock and Tucker

The new song also takes aim at the left’s favorite COVID critic, Anthony Fauci.

Rock hasn’t been shy about expressing his dissatisfaction with Fauci, as evidenced by his appearance on Tucker Carlson’s Fox News show earlier this month. During this appearance, he attacked the physician with a “f*ck Fauci.”

“When you say that, you are speaking on behalf of many others. “Did you first believe him, Fauci?” Carlson had inquired.

Rock elaborated, stating, “At the beginning, I believed all of the garbage.”

“We were sort of filming a documentary at the time. I’m like, completely humiliated. I’m in here spraying UPS packages and washing the doorknobs, and after a couple of months of this, I’m like, “Wait, what?”

“So this is essentially knocking out aged, overweight, and sickly people?” he continued. “I’m OK, and so are the vast majority of my pals. Then it spread, and some people had it worse than individuals, and it was nothing.”

“I don’t want to, you know, dim the light on those who have had a difficult time or passed away as a result of their circumstances. It’s a terrible feeling when someone you care about becomes lost.”

Rock, on the other hand, continues to be a staunch backer of Donald Trump. During the same conversation with Carlson, Rock stated there is “no similarity” between a speech delivered by Biden and a speech delivered by Trump.

When you see a Biden statement and a Trump interview, you can see the difference, Rock said.