‘A Proud American’ Jason Aldean Refuses To Be Canceled

Some say Jason Aldean has become the latest victim of cancel culture. However, Aldean believes otherwise. The award-winning country musician has been under fire from the woke mob because of their own translation of his song “Try That in a Small Town.”

The song caused an uproar among the left. The music video includes various clips of robberies, crime, and rioting. It also contains flashes of Aldean singing the lyrics in front of the Maury County Courthouse in Columbia, Tennessee.

Aldean’s song embodies the frustration of many Americans today. We have dedicated blood, sweat, and tears into working hard to provide for our needs and our families, and we are tired of violence, division, and crime surrounding us and trying to tear down what we’ve built.

They want to get us fired from our jobs if we have different opinions and dare to speak up; they want to influence our children through perverse ideas, literature, curriculum, and drag show story-times. They want to strip us of our 2A rights. They want to take away our most fundamental right as an American; freedom.

Whoopi Goldberg had something to say about it, calling it racist and claiming it was encouraging violence. It seems that as long as these progressive, woke celebrities and politicians keep us at war with each other, they keep the blame and attention off of themselves.

Because of the controversy, Country Music Television also turned on Aldean, pulling the #1 song from its rotation. As usual, the left’s response to this song was overdramatic and ugly. Although, the all-american country singer hasn’t let that phase him.

Aldean explained the song on his Twitter page. He says that the golden rule of simple small-town living inspired the tune, “We all have each other’s backs, and we look out for each other.” He adds, “It feels like somewhere along the way, that sense of community and respect has gotten lost.”

He is standing by his music, and so are many Americans. This outburst from the left hasn’t done much except spark a whole lot of new interest in his song. Canceling and censoring every tiny thing, even music you don’t like, is unacceptable in America. That is the beauty of a capitalist society.

While speaking at his sold-out show in Cincinnati, Ohio, on Friday, Aldean connected with his crowd, “I’ve seen a lot of stuff suggesting I am this, suggesting I am that. Here’s the thing, I feel like everybody is entitled to their opinion. You can think something all you want to, it doesn’t mean it is true.”

He adds, “What I am, is a proud American. I love our country. I want to see it restored to what it once was before all these bulls—- started happening to us.” The crowd roared in support. “I love my country, I love my family and I will do anything I can to protect that.”

Since the left has targeted Aldean, as of Tuesday morning, the song ranked No. 1 on the Hot Country Songs chart, No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100, and No. 2 on the Billboard Global 200. He also ranked No. 3 on the Billboard Artists 100 this week.