Country Music Star Travis Tritt Takes A Stand For ‘Freedom’… Refuses To Play Venues Requiring Mask Or Vaccines

(Rallying Patriots) – While hundreds of thousands of hard-working, middle-class Americans are giving up their livelihoods in the fight for medical freedom in America, it’s good to see celebrities who have millions of dollars in the bank step up and take a stand for what’s right.

Though it’s rare to see any celebrities speak out against the mainstream narrative and agenda, it does happen and when it does the support they end up being met with is much greater than had they stayed silent.

That’s because the majority of Americans are not down with the radical left and don’t support the usurper in the White House or his corrupt regime.

Country music star Travis Tritt announced on Monday that he has made the decision to cancel shows at venues where attendees are forced to show proof of vaccination to attend.

Tritt said in a statement that he was “putting my money where my mouth is” and canceling four scheduled shows because of strict COVID-19 protocols put in place by venues including proof of vaccination, COVID testing, or mask mandates.

Tritt asserted that this “mitigation” efforts are forms of discrimination and it “won’t be tolerated.”

The canceled show are in Muncie, Indiana on Oct. 23, Philadelphia, Mississippi on November 6, Peoria, Illinois on Nov 11, and Louisville, Kentucky on Nov. 13.

“I’m putting my money where my mouth is and announcing that any venue or promoter mandating masks, requiring vaccinations, or pushing COVID testing protocols on my fans will not be tolerated,” the singer said. “Any show I have booked that discriminates against concert-goers by requiring proof of vaccination, a COVID test, or a mask is being canceled immediately. Many people are taking a firm stand against these mandates around the country, and I wholeheartedly support that cause. I have been extremely vocal against mandates since the beginning.”

“This is a sacrifice that I’m willing to make to stand up for the freedoms that generations of Americans have enjoyed for their entire lifetimes. There are plenty of promoters and venues around the country that appreciate fans and the freedom of choice in this great country, and those are the promoters and venues that I will be supporting,” Tritt added. “I’m sorry for any inconvenience this situation creates for anyone who had purchased tickets to these shows. We will try to reschedule unrestricted shows in these areas as soon as we can.”

It’s good to see Tritt knows his audience. He’s taken his lead from rock legend Eric Clapton who also took a stand against venues imposing COVID protocols on concert attendees.

Over the summer, Clapton announced that he would not perform at venues that require proof of vaccination and that it’s his “right to cancel the show.” His announcement came after British Prime Minister Boris Johnson required the use of vaccine passports.

“I wish to say that I will not perform on any stage where there is a discriminated audience present. Unless there is provision made for all people to attend, I reserve the right to cancel the show,” said the legendary songwriter/guitarist.

Clapton took the fight further in August with the release of a new politically-charged song titled, “This Has Gotta Stop.”

The rock star’s opposition to the vaccine mandates stem from his own horrifying ordeal with the AstraZeneca vaccine and “severe reactions” caused him to believe he would never play the guitar again.

“Needless to say the reactions were disastrous. My hands and feet were either frozen, numb or burning, and pretty much useless for two weeks. I feared I would never play again (I suffer with peripheral neuropathy and should never have gone near the needle.)

“But the propaganda said the vaccine was safe for everyone…”

During an appearance on the Louder with Crowder podcast, Tritt said he agreed with Clapton on his anti-mandate stance and said it’s about fighting for freedom.

“We have to preserve our freedoms. We’ve never been in a situation in this country where the government has been able to force you to take medicine that you may or may not need,” Tritt said.

Naturally, Tritt made it clear on Twitter that he was not wholesale denouncing vaccines but rather fighting against the forcing of vaccines on everyone.

“Let me be very clear. I’m not speaking out against vaccines. I’m speaking out against anyone forcing the vaccines on people who may not want or need them,” he tweeted.

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