Kid Rock Tells Media to Pound Sand, Calls Italy’s New Prime Minister ‘My New Hero’

Music legend Kid Rock has told the liberal mainstream media to go pound sand for criticizing Italy’s new Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni.

Rock is a big fan of Meloni, going so far as to call her his “new hero” over her pro-family views.

Meloni has become the target of a vicious smear campaign by the corporate media and the Left, despite the fact she just made history by becoming Italy’s first female prime minister.

Critics call Meloni “far-right” without knowing anything about Italian politics.

The Left thinks the sky is falling because she was elected while the media drums up the hysteria.

Meloni is a vocal advocate of individualism, personal freedom, and protecting people’s identities.

However, she has come under attack by the Left because she is against open borders, financialization of everything (the derivatives market is a ticking time bomb), and is staunchly pro-family.

Rock shared a powerful speech from Meloni where she vows to protect people’s individual and family rights and prevent them from becoming “consumer slaves.”

She said in a video you can see below:

“This is about what we are doing here today.

“Why is the family an enemy?

“Why is the family so frightening?

“There is a single answer to these questions.

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“Because it defines us.

“Because it is our identity.

“Because everything that defines us is now an enemy.

“For those who would like us to no longer have an identity to simply be perfect consumer slaves.

“So they attack, attack national identity.

“They attack religious identity.

“They attack gender identity.

“They attack family identity.”

Kid Rock said:

“My new hero.”


According to Fox News:

MSNBC opinion columnist Ruth Ben-Ghiat blasted the alleged “fascist credentials” of incoming Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni in a column on Tuesday and claimed that her “extremism” is “familiar” to those who follow supposed “authoritarian” regimes in Florida and Texas.

Ben-Ghiat wrote that Meloni’s political positions of being against “gender ideology,” “LGBT lobbies” and “same-sex unions,” as well as being pro-border control, make her an authoritarian leader.

The piece also warned that Meloni is a friend of the Republican Party in the U.S. and wrote that her delivery “recalls that of Il Duce,” Benito Mussolini.

Ben-Ghiat’s latest column, titled, “Giorgia Meloni’s win will make her a new Republican favorite,” painted Italy’s first female prime minister as a fascist, which in turn makes her someone worthy of praise for conservatives in America.

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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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