Country star John Rich torched President Joe Biden’s record after Biden announced he was running again for the top office of the land in 2024 with Vice President Kamala Harris by his side.
“Yes, Joe [Biden] stands up for fundamental freedoms unless it involves the 1st or 2nd Amendment, search and seizure or the ability to exercise bodily autonomy when it comes to rejecting a dangerous and feckless vaccine,” Rich captioned the post.
“Other than that, he’s ALL about freedom,” he added sarcastically.
Yes, Joe stands up for fundamental freedoms unless it involves the 1st or 2nd Amendment, search and seizure or the ability to exercise bodily autonomy when it comes to rejecting a dangerous and feckless vaccine. Other than that, he's ALL about freedom. https://t.co/GUKMIsCbe9
— John Rich🇺🇸 (@johnrich) April 25, 2023
Biden didn’t make his re-election announcement in front of members of the press or at an event with supporters. Instead, he cut a video.
In it, the 80-year-old said, “Every generation has faced a moment where they have to defend democracy. Stand up for our personal freedom… And this is our moment.” He then encouraged people to visit his website and closed the clip stating, “Let’s finish this job.”
Reading through Twitter comments replying to Biden’s announcement, social media users noted that under Biden’s leadership, Americans have been faced with hard times, including “inflation,” a “violent crime surge,” and a “border crisis.”
“Americans overwhelmingly don’t want Joe Biden to ‘finish the job,'” one account posted. “In fact, after his destructive agenda, his slogan is a warning against his reelection!”
“After the last two years, no Democrat who talks about democracy and fundamental freedoms should ever be taken seriously again,” another wrote.
One account tweeted, “70% of Americans don’t want you to run again.”
While another tweeted, “President Biden is campaigning via video because he cannot handle a live event.”
The conservative country musician recently made headlines when he spoke out against Bud Light’s partnership with biological male trans activist Dylan Mulvaney. Rich told Fox News’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight” that the beer used to be his Nashville bar’s most popular brew, but ever since Mulvaney revealed a deal with Anheuser-Busch, patrons stopped ordering it.
“I think the customers decide. Customers are king,” said Rich. “Our number one selling beer up until a few days ago was, guess what? Bud Light. That was the number one beer. We got cases and cases and cases of it sitting back there.”