Following the release of his brilliant “We the People” song (which attacks Fauci & Biden’s policies), Kid Rock has launched another attack on freedom.

He’s now not only going after the Covid tyrants’ jab policies in music but he’s also going after them in real life, promising that he will not perform at any venue that requires it.

He shared a four-minute video on his Facebook page. He pledged that he would not perform at any venue that required the jab, and that, should one decide to force it after booking him for the gig, he would cancel the performance and refund all ticket holders. He stated:

There’s been a lot of talk about vaccine mandates and venues — people saying, ‘I’m not going to that venue because there’s a vaccine mandate, this, that and the other.

Trust me. We’ve done all our research on this and the consensus says that all this is going to be done – if there are any of these venues, I’m not aware of any – but if there are any, they’re going to be gone by the time we get to your city.

If they’re not, trust me, you don’t have to worry. You’ll be getting your money back, cause I won’t be showing up either.

The pledge makes sense, as it certainly wouldn’t fit with the tone or message of the song for him to go along with mandates. He admitted as much in the video, saying “If you think I’m going to sit out there and sing ‘Don’t Tell Me How to Live’ and ‘We the People’ while people are holding up their f****** vaccine cards and wearing masks, that s*** ain’t happening.”

He acknowledged that his decision could cause controversy and incite media frenzy and cause some concern, saying “There you go, liberal media..‘Kid Rock said this about mandates and he’s not showing up.’ F*** y’all.” No wonder he and Trump got along well; they certainly seem to feel the same way about the media!

Kid Rock isn’t the only performer to have vowed not to perform at venues that require a vaccine. Joe Rogan told Tim Dillon, for example, that he would likely cancel a Canadian sold-out show because he isn’t vaccinated.

My 4/20 show that’s sold-out in Vancouver, I don’t think that that’s happening. I don’t even think I can get into the country. I’m not vaccinated. I’m not gonna get vaccinated.

He also added “I have antibodies. It doesn’t make any sense. I don’t think I can go, and even if I do go, I don’t trust that Vancouver is not going to follow suit along with what Toronto did, where they cut capacity to 50 percent.”

Cities benefit enormously from the attention and revenue that performers bring, particularly big names like Joe Rogan and Kid Rock. They could start to cancel performances based upon mandates. This could lead to a significant shift in how cities handle vaccination policies.