KISS bassist and lead co-singer Gene Simmons took to his Twitter account to reply to a fan comment criticizing him for being an anti-Republican and saying that he was actually the fan he didn’t like.
As you may know, KISS icon Gene Simmons has been using his social media accounts to express his views on certain political and social issues in the United States. Although he often faces backlash from some of his fans, Gene has never hesitated to support what he believes to be correct.
For the past few weeks, Simmons has been using his official Twitter account to share news articles on political developments after the presidential elections, as well as his comments on news related to the coronavirus pandemic.
Gene recently tweeted about an article published by CNN titled “Larry Hogan: The Republican Governor of Maryland skewers Republicans” with “shameful” refusal to accept the election results. ” One of his followers shared a tweet in the comment section of Simmons’ post. and hinted that he was tired of his tweets criticizing Republicans.
Here’s what a Gene Simmons follower had to say in his comment:
“Ok, we get it, you’re anti-Republican. Go ahead sir.”
In his response to his follower’s criticism of his political views and the way he expresses them, Gene claimed that this certain follower had no idea who he really is. In his defense of not being an anti-Republican, Simmons gave the names of Republicans that he really appreciated and appreciated. The KISS icon finally hit the Twitter user saying that it was actually him who didn’t like her.
IT’S LIES LIKE THESE THAT DIVIDE US. Not a single court including the SUPREME COURT will hear the case. Not a single credible source found evidence to validate this hoax. All debunked & disproven yet they spread self-serving lies to cast doubt on the core of American Democracy. https://t.co/ptv5FDftfE
— Paul Stanley (@PaulStanleyLive) December 13, 2020
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