Everyone needs to be aware of one of the most famous rock bands ever, KISS.
They had a show in Worcester, Massachusetts.
And the show was incredibly patriotic.
In the middle of the show, they stopped and managed to do an excellent service to the American people. They managed to show some serious respect to our veterans by donating $150.000 to a key charity for veterans called Hiring Our Heroes. Then, they showed their disapproval for Colin Kaepernick’s refusal to stand during the National Anthem and ended the show in the most patriotic way possible.
According to our source, Conservative Fighters, the guitarist and singer for Kiss, Paul Stanley, grabbed the mic and explained that the freedom we experience every day comes at a great cost. Then he went on and talked about our veterans and the military.
“They go overseas. They protect us. They stand up for us….When they come back, some of them need medical help, some of them need financial help….They don’t get what they’ve got coming from their country, so we try to be sure that they get it from us,” he said to an appreciative crowd.
Then he went on and delivered a powerful message about patriotism and how important it is for the country.
“I want to tell you something,” Stanley started. “You should remember patriotism is always cool. Loving your country is always cool. Standing up, respecting and honoring our military is always cool.”
Then he asked the audience to stand up and put their right hand over their hearts. After everyone stood up, KISS started reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. Then they played the National Anthem while fireworks went on in the background and an American flag covered the whole black screen behind the band.