Aaron Lewis slams Democrats, blames them for 'every f**king scar' on the US

The 49-year-old made the comments while performing his new single, 'Am I The Only One' at his October 7 concert in Texas


                            Aaron Lewis slams Democrats, blames them for 'every f**king scar' on the US
Musician Aaron Lewis performs onstage during NHL All-Star Winter Park Nashville 2016 - Day 2 on January 29, 2016, in Nashville, Tennessee (Photo by Rick Diamond/Getty Images)

Singer Aaron Lewis has slammed the Democratic Party and blamed them for “every f***ing scar that exists on this f*****g country” while performing on stage during his recent concert. The 49-year-old musician was giving a performance of his new single -- ‘Am I The Only One’ -- at his October 7 concert in Grand Prairie, Texas when he made the accusation. ‘Am I The Only One’ has been written by Lewis, Ira Dean, and Jeffrey Steele.

Lewis started off by explaining to the crowd how he created the song along with some friends during the coronavirus lockdown. He continued, “We will look back on this time frame in history and wonder how we were allowed — how we allowed — such ridiculousness to happen in this country, in this world. We allowed a virus that was created by man to destroy the entire fabric of mankind,” while referring to the unproved speculation that the Covid-19 virus was released from a Chinese lab.

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The ‘It's Been Awhile’ singer also alleged that the Democratic Party is behind a number of injustices and they were the owners of the slaves, and made Jim Crow laws, and went to KKK meetings. He stated, “See, I liked American history in school. I paid close attention in that class. Yeah, but did we all pay attention? Because if we all paid attention in our f***ing history classes, we would know that the Democrats are responsible for every f*****g scar that exists on this country.”

Recording Artist Aaron Lewis performs onstage at the HGTV Lodge during CMA Music Fest on June 11, 2016, in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Jason Davis/Getty Images for HGTV )

Lewis ended his series of allegations with a request to the people. He said, “Can we please embrace history so we don't f***ing repeat it? Please! I implore all of you. Please, go look it up yourself. I don't want you to believe me. I don't want you to think that just because I have this microphone what I'm saying is true. I want you to go and look it the f**k up yourself. Find out for yourself. Wake up. That might have been a little much. But I never said a word on the entire Staind tour; I just wore awesome t-shirts. And I felt like I was being silenced.”

Lewis’ concert video shared on YouTube attracted a lot of attention from the people. A user commented below it, “Need more like him to say it.” Another one said, “If you down voted this video, you need to start doing some real soul searching ASAP.  Also check out ‘God we need you now’ by Struggle Jennings. The awakening is happening.” “Boss level! Love the jam,” the third one added.

Last month also, Lewis made headlines as at Staind’s recent reunion concert in Scranton, Pennsylvania, he encouraged the crowd to chant “F**k Joe Biden”. During the September event, he wore his ‘I Could Shit a Better President’ shirt while engaging with the crowd and referencing Scranton as the birthplace of former President Donald Trump.

Aaron Lewis visits with his fans out in their campsite at Country Thunder Arizona 2013 - Day 4 on April 14, 2013, in Florence, Arizona. (Photo by Rick Diamond/Getty Images For Country Thunder)

Besides, in July, Lewis blasted Bruce Springsteen while releasing ‘Am I The Only One’. In the song, he specifically targeted Springsteen for denouncing Trump publicly during the November 2020 US Presidential Elections. The targeted lyric was, “Am I the only one / Who quits singin’ along / Everytime they play a Springsteen song.”

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