Aaron Lewis, a founding member of the rock band Staind and a staunch conservative, unleashed on the Biden administration with fierce condemnation during a recent live performance of his newly-released song, “Am I The Only One.”
In the song, Lewis makes it clear that he’s completely fed up with the political situation in the United States since Joe Biden took over.
According to a video posted on YouTube, the live performance was on June 4 at the Meadow Event Park in Doswell, Virginia.
“Watching a small handful of people destroy the country that was handed to me from my forefathers… the country that my grandfather and my uncles all fought for…” Lewis begins in his remarks prior to singing the song.
“I watched the Joe Biden speech the other day,” Lewis said, as the crowd immediately booed.
He blasted Biden for talking about the KKK and “systemic racism,” and said he wanted to point out something very obvious that no one wants to talk about.
“Every racist law that’s ever been put into place, every scar on America, was the Democrats,” Lewis declared, adding, “it’s there if you go and look!”
“The KKK was f***g Democrats,” he added. The crowd went wild.
Lewis then performed his new song, “Am I The Only One,” which he later pushed publicly on July 4th weekend.
WATCH: (WARNING: Strong language.)
The lyrics of the song include the following:
“Am I the only one here tonight, shakin’ my head and thinkin’ something ain’t right. Is it just me, am I losing my mind, am I standing on the edge of the end of the time,” the song beings.
“Am I the only one not brainwashed, making my way through the land of the lost who still gives a shit and worries about his kids, as they try to undo all the things he did.”
“Am I the only one, who can’t take no more, screaming, ‘If you don’t like it there’s the fucking door.’ This ain’t the freedom we’ve been fightin’ for… It was somethin’ more, yeah, it was somethin’ more.”
“Am not the only one, willin’ to fight for my love of the red and white and the blue, burnin’ on the ground, another statue comin’ down in a town near you. Watchin’ the threads of Old Glory come undone, I’m not the only one. I can’t be the only one.”
Lewis released a professional version of the song on July 4 weekend:
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