Kid Rock is expressing his distrust of President Joe Biden’s administration over its COVID-19 mitigation policies in his new single, ‘We the People,’ which was released on Monday. In the Grammy Award-nominated singer-songwriter’s expletive-filled new track, he shouts his relatable sentiment: “We the people in all we do reserve the right to scream, ‘F— you!'”
Throughout the song, the ‘All Summer Long’ performer also specifically targets Dr. Anthony Fauci, who serves as the Chief Medical Advisor to the President. Kid Rock points out his disdain for the way the nation’s leading infectious diseases expert is handling the way Americans are being treated for COVID. “Wear your mask. Take your pills. Now a whole generation is mentally ill,” he also points out on ‘We the People.’
The Southern rock musician also targets the media with exploitative attacks on the tune. He yells: “F— Facebook. F— Twitter too. And the mainstream media, f— you too!”
The chorus of the anti-Biden anthem also repeats the phrase, “Let’s go, Brandon,” which became a rallying cry among some conservative and GOP groups last year. The saying became popular after an NBC Sports reporter stated that the crowd at a NASCAR race was chanted the words in support of driver Brandon Brown. However, the fans were actually chanting “F— Joe Biden.”
Other lyrics on Kid Rock’s latest single include “COVID’s near. It’s coming to town. We gotta act quick, shut our borders down. Joe Biden does, the media embraces. Big Don does it, and they call him racist.”
The 51-year-old rapper also shared his conservative, Republican views on the economy by singing: “Inflation’s up like the minimum wage. So it’s all the same. Not a damn thing changed.”
Kid Rock has been a vocal supporter of former President Donald Trump since the latter took office in 2017. That year, the entertainer posed for photos in the Oval Office with Trump, 2008 GOP vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin and rock singer Ted Nugent.
For several months that year, Kid Rock, who’s a Michigan native, teased that he might possibly run for a Senate seat in the state on the Republican ticket. But he ultimately ended up announcing later that year: “I’m not running for Senate.”