Patriotic Singer Lee Greenwood 'Shocked' That Biden Replaced Him On Arts Council

The Biden administration has unceremoniously removed country singer Lee Greenwood from the National Council on the Arts.

Greenwood, who has served on the council since George W. Bush’s presidency, is best known for his hit patriotic song “God Bless the USA,” a song which causes leftist communists to writhe in pain like a vampire spritzed with holy water.

Greenwood said Biden and Co. couldn’t even be bothered to pick up the phone to tell him.

“So the Biden administration cleaned house, and he's fired a patriot. I was quite shocked, to tell you the truth. I didn’t get a phone call or letter. It was just an email,” Greenwood said.

Greenwood also made sure to remind patriots of his upcoming shows, which always honor veterans and their caregivers as a point of emphasis.

“We have this amazing show coming up October 12th in Huntsville, Alabama at the Bronze Center. This is a very special television production, and more importantly, we want to make sure that veterans and their caregivers can come to our performance,” Greenwood said.

“It’s going to be star-studded with 40 different singers singing the 40 years of hits that we have had. So, if your listeners will go to our website and adopt a vet. For $100 you can put a vet and caregiver in a seat to watch this amazing television production.”