Musician Loses Gigs And Band Kicks Him Out Over Vicious Anti-Immigrant Facebook Post


An Alabama musician who penned a disgusting anti-immigrant rant on Facebook just found out that there are consequences for threatening to shoot migrant families who are crossing the border.

Birmingham guitarist Phillip McCain is now losing work and has been thrown out of his band, Buck Wild. So far, three venues have canceled his gigs so now he says he “misspoke” (LOL) when he said that he will “volunteer to shoot their a**es when they approach the border. Problem solved. No more illegal f*cks coming in here. Period.”

Sure, that’s a total misspeak. So, he continued misspeaking.

“I don’t give a s**t about them, their kids, their s****y life or asylum,” he wrote, according to “I care about American kids and American families. You’ve got to be a complete idiot to not get it, but then again we are talking about the libtard agenda. Liberalism is a mental disorder and I’m d**n sure glad that I’m not dumb s**t.”

Here is dumb Phillip’s misspeak, in full:

After a backlash, McCain tweeted that he said those vile, disgusting things because he loves this country so much.

McCain claims his words, which are quoted verbatim in a screenshot, were taken out of context.

The response on Twitter was fierce.

The now-out-of-work guitarist said that he was only expressing his opinion and he just wants to protect the United States’ borders at any cost.

One of the venues that canceled McCain’s gig is a Mexican restaurant whose manager is an immigrant and says the clientele there is diverse. McCain told that not only did he lose his job with the band, but also $3,000 in future performance fees and three solo shows.

McCain, who retweets Hannity and Trump regularly, made his Facebook page private or deactivated it. McCain’s post comes at a time when Trump’s “zero tolerance” policy has been inundating the news, with migrant children being separated from their parents.

Enjoy flipping burgers, Phillip. Your music career is over. After listening to his music, I’m surprised he was ever offered a gig.

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