Jeff Tweedy is going after amicable media trolls who criticized his band, Wilco, for addressing domestic matters.
Tweedy and a Chicago rockers have been outspoken opposite Donald Trump since final year. Tweedy remarkable that people were “being mean” in a comments territory on Wilco’s Facebook page and pronounced he wanted to residence them, while acknowledging he competence not lean his fans.
“I suspect that’s because we share a opinions on Facebook, amicable media, etc., though we consider it’s some-more mostly than not only a useful sign to like-minded people (our bubble?) not to despondency and to try to sojourn hopeful,” he writes. “It’s a place for us to indication some coping strategies that have done us feel improved as adults and to remind people to participate.”
Tweedy afterwards invited fans to join his “bubble,” creation use of a unchanging Trump line: “If we can trust a existence TV star billionaire when he says, ‘Believe me,’ certainly we can trust me when we contend you’re acquire in my bubble. we grew adult in what we consider competence be something like your bubble. You should during slightest try this one! Come on in!”
Tweedy says he wants those folks who remonstrate with him to hang around, too. “Or … maybe we only get off on removing people indignant and it helps we blow off a small steam and feel a small bit some-more in control of your life. Good for you,” he wrote. “Or…maybe you’re critical about all a hurtful things you’ve been saying. If we ARE serious, we would like to acquire we behind to a small dilemma of a web to separate and froth anytime we like. we can take it. I’m not fearful of you.”
Read Tweedy’s full note below.