Singer and songwriter, Charlie Daniels, often shares his wisdom with fans on social media, where he’s been highly influential for those on the right seeking guidance and direction through the highly divided political climate.
In the wake of the “squad drama”, Daniels broke his silence about “political correctness” and those who are “condemning” America.
Last weekend, President Trump issued a bold recommendation to radical Democratic congresswomen to “go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came” before criticizing policies in the U.S.”
On Monday, the President responded to a reporter about the tweets at the White House and said, “If you’re not happy here, you can leave! And, that’s what I say all the time– I said in a tweet, which I guess some people think is controversial. A lot of people love it, by the way. But, if you’re not happy in the U.S.– if you’re complaining all the time, very simply, you can leave. You can leave right now. Come back if you want, don’t come back. It’s okay too. But, if you’re not happy, you can leave!”
Later that day, Democratic Reps. Ayanna Pressley (D-MA), Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) and Ilhan Omar (D-NM) held a press conference bashing the President. Following their press conference, Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) announced a “resolution” to condemn the President’s tweets, calling them “racist.” The Democratic-led House voted on Tuesday 240-187.
On Wednesday, President Trump held a rally in North Carolina where he explained how the freshmen Democrats hate America and Isreal. He went down the list of the congresswomen and gave an example of what each Representative has said or done. At one point while speaking about Rep. Ilan Omar (D-MN), the crowd chanted “send her back”, which sent the left into hysteria. (Continued Below)
The President condemned the chant the next day, saying that he didn’t like it, and began to talk quickly after. That wasn’t enough for the left or the media though, because they continued their “manufactured outrage” and quickly coddled the freshmen congresswomen.
Speaking to the press outside of the White House Friday, the President was asked if he thought the chant “send her home” is racist. “You know what’s racist to me, when somebody goes out and says horrible things about our country, the people of our country that are anti-Semitic, that hate everybody, that speak with scorn and hate… that to me is a really a very dangerous thing,” he said.
Trump added, “If you look at the statements they’ve made where they call the people of our country and our country garbage, when they hit Isreal the way they’ve hit Isreal, so hard, so horrible. I think to me, that’s a disgrace! And, we should never forget it. We’re dealing with people that hate our country.” (Continued Below)
Charlie Daniels, however, broke his silence over the events that unfolded during the week and blasted a stern message to those who condemn America.
“I have held my tongue, but not giving a damn about political correctness,” Daniels expressed. “I’m just going to come [out] and say it. I’m sick and tired of people who have had the blessing of all this nation has to offer continually condemning it”.
“If it ain’t good enough for you planes leave every day,” he recommended.
Charlie Daniels official tweet:
I have held my tongue, but not giving a damn about political correctness I’m just going to come our and say it.
I’m sick and tired of people who have had the blessing of all this nation has to offer continually condemning it
If it ain’t good enough for you planes leave every day
— Charlie Daniels (@CharlieDaniels) July 20, 2019