Jason Aldean’s Anti-Crime Song Hits Number 1 on the Charts after Being ‘Canceled’ by the ‘Woke’ Mob

Country music star Jason Aldean is getting the last laugh after the “woke” mob tried to cancel his anti-crime song “Try That in a Small Town.”

As Slay News reported, Country Music Television (CMT) pulled Aldean’s song from the airwaves after caving to the mob.

The Left has been bashing the song and pushing false claims about its lyrics while calling for boycotts.

But today, Billboard is reporting that the song hit number one on the US iTunes charts.

The YouTube video has also received 4.9 million views in less than a week.

GOP presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy said: “Jason Aldean writes a song defending the values that ALL Americans used to share – faith, family, hard work, patriotism – only to be immediately sacrificed at the altar of censorship & cancellation.

“These are the same people who cheer songs like ‘Cop Killer’ & the glorification of sex and violence in hip-hop.

“Stand strong against these hypocrites and opportunist frauds, @Jason_Aldean.

“It’d be a real shame if the song hits #1.

“We’ll do our part & play it at our rallies.

President Donald Trump said:

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“Jason Aldean is a fantastic guy who just came out with a great new song.

“Support Jason all the way.”

READ MORE: Sheryl Crow Joins ‘Woke’ Mob, Trashes Jason Aldean Over Hit Anti-Crime Song

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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