The logical conclusion to destruction of rule-of-law…calling for law-&-order is now Unamerican

CMT (Country Music Television) has pulled a Jason Aldean music video for his new song ‘Try That In A Small Town’, and “…offered no comment regarding their decision…”

Basically, he’s calling out the far-Leftist rioters and thugs ruining (Democrat-run) cities across America – sucker-punching citizens, carjacking old ladies, armed robbery, etc.

Throughout the video, he shows clips of rioting & other thuggish behavior, and the usual  groups have called the song contemptible, and him a racist & pro-lyncher.

Aldean responded “There is not a single lyric in the song that references race or points to it — and there isn’t a single clip that isn’t real news footage — and while I can try and respect others to have their own interpretation of a song with music — this one (referring to their interpretations) goes too far…” We couldn’t agree more.

And, hey, Lefties, throughout the song he recommends NOT trying that in a small town.

But, ya know, you should never throw those kind of threats at Lefties – they whine…

…LOUDLY, and with great passion.

And, unfortunately for law-abiding citizens, many institutions – public and private – fall over themselves trying to appease the very thugs that should be thrown in jail.

But – hey – that’s the logical conclusion when you destroy Rule-of-Law concepts.

Our take? Listen to the song, then form your own opinion…and we can affirm, if you don’t want to listen to the song, that race is NOT mentioned anywhere in the song.

Which, if you think about it, means the Left’s actually telling you who they see as the real criminals in this matter. Hilarious…but when has that ever stopped them?

So…should these thugs be appeased, or (finally) held to account?

Is law-and-order Unamerican to you?

It seems to be with the Democrats in power, unless of course you want to use it unlawfully as judicial warfare to grind your political opponents into the dust…

…or save a President and his son from being held to account.

THEN it’s okay…right, Joe?

But we’d like to know your take – you know…asking, for a friend.