The rock and roll ethic in music and comedy was always based on sheer rebellion.
And for rock stars in any genre, getting shut down has always ticked them off.
But Carlos Santana really sent Democrats scrambling with ten words he unleashed on stage about Dave Chappelle.
Carlos Santana rose to fame during the late 1960s and 1970s with his signature fusion of Rock and Roll and Latin American Jazz.
To this day he remains a popular performer on the Las Vegas strip.
According to a Las Vegas Review-Journal writer, the musician has never been one to get involved in controversial issues over the past 15 years.
“In that time, never have I heard Santana say anything — from the stage or directly — that didn’t promote peace, harmony or conclusion,” John Katsilometes wrote. “It’s been blessings and miracles, in spirit, and ‘Blessings and Miracles,’ musically, all the way.”
Carlos invokes “brother Dave”
But the Left’s crazy agenda in recent years has proven crazy enough to break almost anyone.
And Santana recently made a bold statement on stage that riled up the woke mob.
During a recent Atlantic City performance he spoke out against the transgender movement.
“When God made you and me, before we came out of the womb, you know who you are and what you are,” the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer declared. “Later on when you grow up, and you see things and you start believing that you could be something that sounds good but you know it ain’t right, because a woman is a woman and a man is a man — that’s it.”
“Whatever you wanna do in the closet, that’s your business, I’m OK with that,” he added before putting his hands together. “I am like this with my brother Dave Chappelle.”
Santana made one admission on stage the woke mob couldn’t scramble fast enough to cover up
Naturally, saying what was really on his mind got the Left’s cancellation police up in arms.
Before long the rock legend was muzzled to his handler’s satisfaction with reps claiming he “misspoke.”
Before long, an apology had been issued on Santana’s behalf claiming his repentance for his “insensitive” commentary.
While free speech is technically still the law of the land, it seems to have been effectively stamped out within the music industry.
The very people who were part of the movement raging against the establishment are now forced to deny even the most obvious truisms to please their masters.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.