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All eyes were on Kid Rock to make a big Senate announcement… and boy did he ever

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The joke’s on you! Or, is it?

After months of speculation and teases about running for senate, the rock star and feisty patriot known as Kid Rock put rumors to rest like only he can.

“F— no, I’m not running for Senate,” he told Howard Stern on Sirius radio Tuesday.

Kid Rock, who’s real name is Robert Ritchie, has been having fun striking fear into the hearts of snowflakes everywhere, never denying, nor confirming that he would run.

The rock star didn’t waste time poking fun at the those who accused him of breaking campaign rules, before he ever committed to running for office.

But now, liberals can sleep, because it’s official. There will be no “Kid Rock” on a Michigan ballot — at least not in 2018.

Didn’t we?!

“Who couldn’t figure that out? I’m releasing a new album. I’m going on tour too. Are you f—ing sh–ing me?” he told Stern.

Kid Rock is no doubt a political beast with a deep and unrelenting patriotic spirit. His presumed toying with a possible senate run certainly did bring out the worst in his detractors.

“As soon as I said, ‘I don’t know, maybe (I’ll run), everyone goes: ‘He’s the Klan wizard, he’s homophobic, he’s Islamophobic,'” Kid Rock said.

At one point, Stern asked when the two had last gotten together to talk. Kid Rock sarcastically answered, “It was before I was racist.”

“Yeah, I know, now you’re the new racist guy,” Stern responded.

“I am the Klan wizard!” Rock said.

The rock star talked with Stern for about an hour, largely over politics. “I’m socially liberal. I’m fiscally conservative,” Rock said.

Whatever he is, there are a lot of broken hearts out there to counter the cheering leftists, as well as a ton of conservatives that loved the “joke.”

Exactly! Have fun watching Kid Rock shoot up them grills (made in China) here!

Kid Rock doesn’t like it when products that could be made in the U.S.A. are made in China. And he proves it. Instagram screengrab.


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