The left’s radical attack against Jason Aldean has become a blessing in disguise for the conservative country artist, who has received vocal support from all across the music industry and even from presidential candidate Ron DeSantis. Now, fellow country music star Cody Johnson took time at his most recent concert to offer some kind words of encouragement to the singer of “Try That In A Small Town.”
Cody Johnson, singer of the hit tune “Til’ You Cant,” stepped on stage and told his audience that, “If being patriotic makes me an outlaw, then by God, I’ll be an outlaw.” That sentiment can be heard echoing throughout many of America’s small towns that have come under attack as collateral in the media’s recent war against Jason Aldean.
Cody Johnson threw his support behind Jason Aldean the other night!!!
“If being patriotic makes me an outlaw, then by God, I'll be an outlaw.” pic.twitter.com/5avT4uAvcn
— Graham Allen (@GrahamAllen_1) July 22, 2023
Johnson didn’t stop there. Next, he called out Jason Aldean by name, urging his fans to join him in standing behind the star. “We live in a time where everyone gets pissed off at Jason Aldean for putting out a song,” Johnson said. “If you’re videoing this, and Jason Aldean if you’re seeing this video, you keep it up, brother. You do you, boo boo.”
The lyrics to the song, which call out the radical rioting and violence that took place during many of the left’s riots during the last five years, have been a hot topic on liberal tv shows like “The View.” In the song, Aldean says, “Sucker punch somebody on a sidewalk/ Carjack an old lady at a red light/ Pull a gun on the owner of a liquor store/ Ya think it’s cool, well, act a fool if ya like/ Cuss out a cop, spit in his face/ Stomp on the flag and light it up/ Yeah, ya think you’re tough.”
While all of those acts should be clearly immoral, many on the left seem to be incapable of speaking poorly about the riots that took place in cities like Portland and Ferguson. Aldean then points out in the song that this could never happen in a small town.
“Well, try that in a small town, See how far ya make it down the road, ‘Round here, we take care of our own/ You cross that line, it won’t take long/ For you to find out, I recommend you don’t/ Try that in a small town”
Aldean has rallied an entire generation of small-town conservatives who have an unspoken desire to protect one another. While they certainly won’t be starting a fight if one threatens their homes, families, or neighbors, those men and women are proving that they’ll have no quarrel against acting in defense of what they love.
Country star Brantley Gilbert also recently voiced his support for Aldean, saying, “Society these days I don’t much understand and don’t much give a s*** too. One of my many pet peeves is the fact that we live in a society nowadays when people don’t get punched in the face anymore. Just a bunch of keyboard warriors hiding behind a cell phone and laptops talking a bunch of s***.”
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