VIDEO: Kid Rock’s ‘First Campaign Speech’ Was an Anti-PC NSFW Flamethrower


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Kid Rock set a Grand Rapids concert crowd on fire with a fiery political address that many are hailing as his ‘first campaign speech.’


Rock, whose real name is Robert James Ritchie, has been teasing a 2018 run for U.S. Senate all summer, and after this latest stunt in his home state of Michigan, the rumors are swirling more wildly than ever.

His blunt message, while salted with some crass language, is sure to resonate with blue collar workers and the ‘Silent Majority’ who carried Donald Trump to victory in Michigan.

“It seems the government wants to give everyone health insurance, but wants us all to pay,” Rock said. “And to be very frank – I don’t have a problem with that. God has blessed me and made my pockets fat.”

“But redistribution of wealth seems more like their plan, and I don’t believe that you should save, sacrifice, do things by the book, and then have to take care of some deadbeat, milking the system, lazy [expletive] man.”

A staple of Rock’s persona has always been his brash, unapologetic authenticity and plain-speak – qualities that drew many voters to Trump from across the ideological spectrum.

But also like Trump, he is already incurring the wrath of the ‘race hustle machine’ – despite a lengthy track record of both generously supporting ‘minority groups’ and receiving their glowing praise.

In 2011, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People awarded Rock with a ‘Great Expectations Award’ in recognition of his philanthropy and generosity in the Detroit community, which has the highest percentage of African-American residents in the United States, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

At the conclusion of his acceptance speech, Rock proudly announced, “I love America, I love Detroit and I love black people!”

Now that Rock might enter the political arena as a staunchly anti-PC candidate, special interest groups like Al Sharpton’s ‘National Action Network’ have targeted his brand for censorship.

Rock is scheduled to play a series of concerts in Detroit next week as part of grand opening celebrations at Little Caesers Arena, but Sharpton’s group is applying pressure to the event’s organizers to have Rock removed from the bill and is planning protests to reinforce their demands.

“This is the straw that broke the camel’s back,” said Charles Williams II, president of the network’s Detroit chapter. “When you hire Kid Rock, who is known to be dog-whistling and cat-calling to white supremacist organizations and the white supremacist community, alt-right, whatever you want to call them, and you take our tax dollars to do that? That’s wrong.”

It should be noted that Rock’s longtime drummer, Stefanie Eulinberg, is black.

Rock invoked the name of Jesus at the end of his ‘campaign speech,’ saying, “Almighty Jesus, if you’re looking down tonight, please guide us with Your wisdom and give us strength to fight the tyrant evils that lurk here and abroad, and remind us all that we are still one nation under God.”

“Like it or not, Hillary Clinton lost, and your president is Donald [expletive] Trump.”

Polling conducted in July by the Trafalgar Group, which correctly predicted President Trump’s election victory over Clinton, indicated that Rock was leading incumbent Debbie Stabenow (D) among likely Michigan voters, and Democrats are already in full-blown panic mode.

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