Apparently, the Jews hate the new Aaron Lewis song “Am I The Only One” and have been trying to get his label to cancel him. They’re accustomed to controlling everything and bossing people around. The ADL has recently established itself as the censor and gatekeeper of the internet.
“At some point, the song came across the desk of Bob Lefsetz, a veteran music blogger whose long-running newsletter, “The Lefsetz Letter,” is seen by many in the music business as required reading. (“Just about everyone who’s anyone in the music industry” subscribes to it, as the Los Angeles Times wrote in 2017.) Lefsetz gave “Am I The Only One” a listen and, on July 15, published a post about how much it sucks.
“It’s HEINOUS!” Lefsetz wrote. “This middle class, right wing wanker has recorded a song that should have been played at CPAC, in between speeches by nitwits like Lauren Boebert saying to refuse the ‘Fauci ouchie.’”
From there, Lefsetz trained his sights on the man responsible for putting this song into the world: Scott Borchetta, the CEO of Big Machine Label Group, which has Lewis on its roster. Lefsetz tore into Borchetta for releasing “Am I The Only One”—telling him, notably, to “get your head out of your rear end”—and implored him to drop Lewis from his label.
Then Borchetta himself got in the mix, writing a page-long email responding to Lefsetz’s takedown. Lefsetz published it the next day.
In it, Borchetta notes that while he and Lewis have “political differences,” Borchetta “believe[s] in the First Amendment,” whatever that’s supposed to mean. He also lauded Lewis for his “unique point of view”—though loving the flag, hating liberals, and defending Confederate monuments isn’t all that unique—and for “inspiring conversation.” …”
Bob Lefsetz points out how David Geffen has cancelled people before:
“Why does Valory release such crap. Come on Scott Borchetta, David Geffen dropped the Geto Boys over their odious lyrics and now you’re marketing this junk? And for those who don’t know, all the execs idolize Geffen, and communicate and consort with him too. That’s his role today, elder stateman with a hand guiding all the players, young and old, Scooter Braun calls Geffen his rabbi and Jimmy Iovine doesn’t make a move without talking to Geffen first. You see Geffen made billions and they all want that money too. Come on Scott, get your head out of your rear end. How much money are you gonna make here anyway, and it is all about the money at this point, right? …”
As we previously noted, the frog is starting to boil and the normies have been stirred up ever since COVID and the George Floyd riots. There has been a shift in cultural mood among the normies from complacency to alarm and anxiety and it being expressed in songs like this one.