Sebastian Bach the former lead singer for Skid Row trended on Twitter on Thursday. In the middle of the night, Bach made a tweet stating anyone who supported Donald Trump was against Rock-n-Roll.
Bach tweeted, “If you support Donald Trump you stand against rock n’ roll 😷 and every musician in America who has been put out of work because a reality television show host doesn’t believe in science.”
Some Twitter users were surprised to see Bach speak out, but Bach has actually made his anti-Trump stance clear since the 2016 presidential elections. In 2016 Bach tweeted that “I would do a better job [as president]. After all, my reality TV shows were better than [Trump’s] reality TV shows so that makes me automatically more qualified.”
Many fans were ecstatic to see Bach speak out against Trump, but some Trump supporters took offense to his comment and Bach did not hesitate to reply to their attacks.
Twitter user @BMackAdams tweeted to Bach “So you are literally can’t think of any reason to vote for Biden other than @realDonaldTrump isn’t moral? I don’t vote for the presidency to clear my moral compass, I vote for the guy that can win for the U.S..”
Bach responded, “I vote for a guy who can put children in school and Americans in work. That is Joe Biden not the f*** ass loser that you support”
Bach supporter Holly Figueroa O’Reilly tweeted, “My husband is going to crap his pants when he sees Sebastian Bach all left-wing on Twitter.@DrZoroufy already loves you, @sebastianbach . This is going to blow his mind.”
Bach fan Shoofey tweeted, “I’ve been your fan for such a long time but somehow I now love you even more. Thank you for using your platform to speak out.”
Bach also criticized Trump back in November of 2018 when he joined forces with Axl Rose to criticize Trump’s tweet blaming California fires on forest mismanagement. Later that year in an interview he shared hat he had voted for Hillary Clinton.
“I don’t understand how anybody would accept a reality show host as president instead of a politician. It’s insanity. It’s like starting a band and your first show is at Toronto SkyDome. You gotta build up to it.”
In March of this year, Bach defended NBC News White House correspondent Peter Alexander after Trump called him a “terrible reporter” for asking the Trump to address Americans who are afraid during the pandemic.
“The United States of America is Over until further notice. There is no end in sight,” Bach tweeted.
The United States of America is Over until further notice. There is no end in sight. Our reality TV show host leader is a petulant little baby who doesn't believe in science when it's science and science only that will get us out of this science fiction novel. He is killing us 😱 https://t.co/1i3TIHU6JW— Sebastian Bach (@sebastianbach) March 20, 2020
“Our reality TV show host leader is a petulant little baby who doesn’t believe in science when it’s science and science only that will get us out of this science fiction novel. He is killing us.” More recently, Bach tweeted that Trump supporters are “complete f***ing idiots” and “only a moron would vote for Donald Trump this November.”