WATCH: Band’s Anti-Hillary Song Sets Internet On FIRE… Goes Viral Overnight

The progressive media networks have ensured to notify everyone all the Hollywood celebrities and music stars that have criticized Donald Trump, yet the have not that enthusiastic about spreading the opinions of the people who are against his rival from the other side of the aisle, Hillary Clinton.

VIA Conservative Tribune

However, there are some with some celebrity status and talent who have spoken out against Clinton and found platforms to voice their opinions despite being largely shunned by the mainstream media.

Take for example country and gospel music stars Larry Gatlin & the Gatlin Brothers, who recently made an appearance on “Fox & Friends” to perform their new song about Hillary Clinton.

Titled “Stand Up and Say So,” the song made clear their opposition to Clinton for her history of lying and living  a luxurious lifestyle at the expense of the American people, which they would no longer simply accept quietly.

Claiming that they were “sick and tired of being sick and tired of being sick and tired of being treated this way,” they told Clinton that “it is time for you to pack up and go,” and that they weren’t afraid to “stand up and say so.”

Gatlin proceeded to sing, “I know you are lying ‘cuz your lips are moving,” and that he was “sick and tired of you stealing our money to pay for jet airplanes and limousines.”

He further sang of how he was sick and tired of “you and Bubba living above my means, sitting up in Chappaqua like kings and queens.”

You can watch and listen to the entire song right here:

https://www.facebook.com/FoxNews/videos/10154614051616336/

This is pretty funny and was apparently fairly well received by the American people, as the song had accumulated more than 42,000 likes and over 28,000 shares less than a day after being posted on Facebook.

Let us hope that the Gatlin Brothers will serve as an example and show their personal opposition to the Democratic candidate with a witty song or, at the voting ballot in the general elections.

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