11 Musicians Who Voted Trump

 

We had to dig real deep for this, and yes there seems to be a ‘country music’ pattern (go figure?) but musician Trump supporters definitely exist.

Here they are, in all their ‘told-ya-so’ glory.

 

Pat Boone

On top of selling 45 million records throughout the 50s and 60s, Pat Boone is a proud Trump supporter. In this interview with Fox Business News, he goes on to say that Donald needs to cut out the insults to his opponents, but despite the name-calling he never considered switching sides.

 

 

Ted Nugent

The country star has had one of the most polarising Twitter feeds throughout this whole election. He was finally able to end the rallying and post a ‘mission successful’ tweet yesterday.

 

Loretta Lynn

“Trump has sold me-what more can I say?” were the words out of Lynn’s mouth when interviewed by Reuters. Though active on social media, there’s been no ‘Vote Trump’ endorsments. It was that small yet powerful quote that divided her fans.

 

 

Larry Gatlin

The country trend continues, but for Gatlin we get to throw ‘Gospel Singer’ in the mix as well. Two of his best quotes from this interview, “Do not vote for this man [Trump] just because you love country music” and “I’m going to vote for the Republican candidate if it’s Elma Fudd.”

 

 

Kid Rock

This video was posted on his Twitter page just a few hours ago. The lyrics are…interesting, while the video itself is intense. It really gets next level during the second verse.

 

 

Charlie Daniels

Charlie Daniels is about as country-american-white-hick as you get, so that alone makes him a Trump supporter. Not surprisingly he’s also very much involved with the NRA. Watch this video for a bit of a laugh.

 

 

Kenny Rogers

So this is getting a bit predictable. If they wield an acoustic guitar and have at least one press shot where they’re donning a cowboy hat, they’re a Trump supporter.

In an interview with The Guardian, Rogers stated “I really like him. I think his problem is that he says what everyone wants to hear, but he doesn’t say it well. I love what he says, I have to admit. He can be president and not owe anybody anything; he’s one of the few people has the money to do it, and has the guts to do it.”

 

 

Azealia Banks

I was going to find saucy tweets to embed in this article, but my spidey sense was right, Azealia Banks’ twitter page has been suspended. In that case here’s something from her Instagram.

First off, I would like to apologize to Donald Trump for all the stupid jokes I made. (I was kidding). secondly, I would like to apologize for all the other times I was dumb enough to let the liberal media sway my opinion of you. Thirdly I’m fucking proud as FUCK of you. One for being a gemini, two for being from NYC, three for winning the presidency and four for beating the media. The last part is your biggest victory in my eyes and I must say that I am TRULY inspired by this and feel deep amounts of vindication. Thanks for letting me know that I’m not crazy (even though I fronted a few times) liberals run hollywood and it’s been a COLD WORLD OUT HERE FOR ME AS A TRUMP SUPPORTER ?. Best of luck on everything and thanks again. Sincerely – AB #TRUMP2017

A photo posted by Azealia Banks (@azealiabanks) on

 

Gene Simmons

The KISS bassist is about as polarising as Trump himself. Funnily enough, I think that’s another pattern amongst Trump supporters. Here’s all the context you need behind his reasoning.

 

 

Zoltan Bathory

The Five Finger Death Punch rhythm guitarist hasn’t been on the Trump train long, but when he jumped on he rode up front. He was all over the election during it’s lead up,  but he’s yet to comment on the outcome.

 

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