Aaron Lewis; Photos Courtesy of @king_p_19bullitt/IG
Aaron Lewis; Photos Courtesy of @king_p_19bullitt/IG

STAIND’s Aaron Lewis Leads Massive Anti-Biden Chant Wearing “I Could Sh*t A Better President” T-Shirt

STAIND frontman Aaron Lewis is no stranger to speaking out on his political beliefs and during a recent concert he led a massive anti-Biden chant.

The conservative rock star led a “f*** Joe Biden” chant during the group’s co-headlining concert with Korn in Scranton, which is the birthplace of the 46th President of the United States, on Saturday (Sept. 25) at The Pavilion at Montage Mountain.

During the Pennsylvania show, the rock frontman, who also tours as a solo country artist, urged fans to chant “f*** Joe Biden,” which many of the audience members partook in, while drummer Sal Giancarelli also joined in giving the chant some rhythm. The chant came before his performance of “So Far Away.”

In addition to the anti-Biden war cry, the “It’s Been Awhile” singer has been seen wearing hats and t-shirts that have read, “Impeach Biden,” “F*** Biden,” “I could sh*t a better President” and more in recent weeks on stage. He has also worn pro-Trump apparel as well during his shows, including a hat that read, “Trump For President.”

Watch the chant in the below clip.

Additionally, the ring-winged singer shared a controversial new song earlier this year called “Am I The Only One,” which ended up going No. 1 on Country Radio.

Written by Lewis alongside two other songwriters’ Ira Dean and Jeffrey Steele, “Am I The Only One” finds the Staind frontman singing about the removal of Confederate monuments, dissing rock star Bruce Springsteen, detailing his liberal values and more in the new right-wing-leaning ballad.

In the song, Lewis comments on the removal of Confederate statues singing “another statue comin’ down in a town near you / watchin’ the threads of Old Glory come undone,” while also dissing Springsteen with the lyric, “Am I the only one who quits singin’ along / every time they play a Springsteen song?”

The track, released on July 2 as a standalone single, marked Lewis’ first solo release of 2021.

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