In spite of liberal efforts to defame and suppress the successful song, country music superstar Jason Aldean performed “Try That in a Small Town” at a concert this week.
The audience yelled “USA! USA!” in favor of the artist as a response to his belligerent way of talking.
Jason Aldean addressed a number of recent criticisms of his song that had been made by the media while he was performing at the Riverbend Music Center this week. The media has tried to paint the song as being racist since it depicts the deadly BLM riots of 2020 as well as the rise in crime that is plaguing major cities.
This week, Aldean stated, “I gotta tell you guys. It has been a long, difficult week. I have witnessed a lot this week, and it has been a long one. Many things I’ve seen make me out to be either this or that.”
“I feel like everyone’s entitled to have their own opinion,” he continued. “You may believe whatever you want, but it doesn’t make it real, right?”
“I am a patriotic American. And I’m pleased to be a local. I cherish this nation. I want it to be returned to its previous state before all of this crap began happening to it.”
Then, when he was asked if he would sing the song, Aldean claimed that he had a “simple” response.
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He remarked, “The people have spoken very loudly this week,” before starting the song.
This week, “Try That in a Small Town” became the most popular song on iTunes when CMT removed the song’s music video in response to left-wing pressure. (Paramount, which, similar to other Hollywood companies, expressed its support for the BLM rioters in 2020, are the owners of the country music cable network.)