Toby Keith took a solid jab at left-wing anarchy with through a scathing musical attack. “Happy birthday America” makes it crystal clear which side of the political fence he rides on. Sales from this single may give him enough to call up Willie Nelson’s old dealer for some of that weed he can’t seem to cope with.
Toby Keith defends America
Toby Keith is a legend in the country music world and well known as a deplorably patriotic nationalist. He’s credited with such unmistakably pro-American hits as “Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue,” “American Soldier,” and “Made in America.”
He did it again this year, releasing a rousing tune to celebrate Independence Day. It’s nice to see celebrities standing up to salute America for the good things.
Keith just put out a single which is guaranteed to go platinum with the deplorable crowd, no matter what their general tastes in music are. “Happy birthday America, it’s the 4th of July,” the country superstar sings.
Toby is fed up with the explosion of racial violence which “screwed-up 18 months.” He’s sick and tired of whining liberals bashing our nation. “Seems like everybody’s pissin’ on the red, white and blue,” he intones. “Happy birthday America, whatever’s left of you.”
Democrats are going to go spastic when they hear lines that describe Lady Liberty as being the “darlin’ when you saved the world” from fascism,” and… “France would just be part of Germany now if it hadn’t been for you.”
“Now your children want to turn you into something other than yourself. They burn your flag in their city streets more than anybody else.” Antifa® and Black Lives Matter™ already have their lawyers working on the defamation suit. They’re going to sick the Kraken they seized from Sidney Powell on Toby Keith over this, some say.
Where would they be
Where would the rest of the world be without us as in U.S., Keith points out. Without the United States, there would be no-one to heed future calls to save their backsides when they get in trouble.
“Who they gonna count on when you’re not there to take their call?” he asks. “Will the world keep right on spinnin’ without the greatest of them all?” Maybe Xi Jinping has all the answers. He can send in his guys.
The liberal left better think twice, then think again before they cancel America out completely. “Without the helping hand of God, your days are numbered my old friend. We’re sure gonna miss you girl. You were the best that’s ever been.” Keith could care less if his lyrics are called “overtly political.”
He blames “broken-down cities” on the Democratic Party, saying that they are collapsing “by the Left’s design.” He’s not real thrilled with moderate RINO types on the right though. “the Right can’t seem to get it right most of the time.” That little jab was aimed at guys like Mitt Romney who get way too much enjoyment from packing fudge.
Election day, Keith declares in his song, leaves voters with a choice between the “lesser of two evils.” He comes home “with the blues” every time “I go to town and vote.” In a separate statement the singer notes it “had been a screwed up 18 months. I was seeing both sides having concern over the end of democracy. We’ve fought and divided almost to the point it’s only about power and winning.”
The political right lost the voice of Charlie Daniels, Toby relates, but “he had a song saying ‘God save us all from religion.’ And I’m thinking, God save us all from politicians.”