KID ROCK: "I know people that work there and it’s not so cool to be wearing around that blue shirt anymore, going places. This is why they have a problem right now, it's like, I can let the thing go. I figured this out, I thought about this a lot. As a conservative, more importantly a patriot, I don’t want to be in the party of cancel cultures and boycotts that ultimately hurt working-class people, I have no dogs, especially in this fight. I didn’t have a dog in this fight. As a God-fearing man, as a Christian, I have to believe in forgiveness. They made a mistake, all right. What do you want, hold their head under water and drown them and kill people's jobs? I don’t want to do that. But I hope — at the same time, I don’t want to be their biggest cheerleader. I want them to show me something to get me back as a consumer, as a drinker."