This morning, it came to my attention that one of my long-time favourite artists is being ridiculed by major Liberal media outlets. The washed-up and irrelevant Rolling Stones rag, which I’ve never bought nor read, printed this headline: Travis Tritt, Eric Clapton Form Supergroup of Ignorance
Ignorance, you say? Clapton has every reason to question the jab, the shot, the ‘vaccine’ which isn’t a real vaccine but a gene therapy, an experimental, never fully tested shot of poison, a medicine that was developed using aborted fetal tissue. After the first shot, Clapton became so debilitated that he fear he’d never play again.
If he lived in British Columbia, he’d be considered a second-class citizen by the government mouthpiece Ms Bonnie Henry. This monster wouldn’t recognise him or allow him to participate in society if he didn’t risk his life and get the second dose of poison, of which he didn’t because he was thankful to have survived and recovered from the first. The no-exemption policy of BC is horrendous, but so is the jab mandate and medical papers pass that is spreading around the globe.
Henry will burn in hell for this. But then, its not her, is it? She just won’t stand up to the monsters behind her. She’s falling for everything.
I do not know if Travis Tritt received the shot, and I don’t care. It’s none of my business. It’s between him and his maker.
This controversy doesn’t involve his medical condition but that of his fans who attend his concerts. In an interview, he said he learned about the mandates for concert goers to be injected or tested upon entering the venue through emails from his fans. Many were turned away without refunds. This would make anyone angry, both because of the lost money and the missed performance of a great artist.
As Travis said, he’s given almost 100 concerts this year, and there’s never been a problem. It began early October when the senile former vice president Joe Biden created mandates for the general population in the United States. But then again, it’s not him but the monsters in the shadows. Yet, he’ll burn in hell, too. He’ll deserve it. He’s never been a good guy.
In response, Travis cancelled concerts that forced fans to provide their papers. He doesn’t care if those in attendance have the jab or not. He believes it’s their right to choose. It’s what America was built on.
So was Canada. Freedom from tyranny, of forced medical treatments.
I stand with Travis Tritt in support of his goal to bring freedom to American, hell, to all North America.
In a Facebook post, he wrote, “The fear-mongering narrative is breaking down. People who stand up against this narrative scare the hell out of those who promote fear. Hold the line and stand strong.”
I second that. Hold the line. Stand strong. If we don’t, we’ll turn into Australia. Truth will eventually bring the corruption down.