Travis Tritt: Vaccine mandates in concert venues are designed to 'divide people'

Il “Here’s a Quarter” il cantante ha detto che spesso non sono gli stati o i comuni a creare problemi ai suoi fan, but the venues themselves – and that he is not making a point for or against vaccines but just questioning the science behind the varying mandates enforced by the amphitheaters.

We have done about 75 shows so far this year, all over the country, and in spite of the fact that some people would try to label these as being ‘super-spreaders,’ the actual numbers don’t reflect that at all,” Tritt toldTucker Carlson stasera.”

“Difatti, quite the opposite. In most of these areas, we have seen the COVID numbers actually drop dramatically over the last few weeks and months, and so it came as quite a shock to me and a lot of my fans when during the first week of October, a lot of these shows had restrictions placed on them, not by the state, not by the local city government, not by the local health department and municipalities, but by the actual promoters and venue owners.

Tritt told host Tucker Carlson he was upset by the fact his fans had waited more than a year to be able to take some time to enjoy a concert outside of the tribulations of daily life, and were unceremoniously prohibited from attending his shows.

Country artist Travis Tritt laughs during the Celebrity Closeup at the CMA fan festival in Nashville, Tennessee.   Country artist Travis Tritt laughs during the Celebrity Closeup at the Country Music Association Fan Fair in Nashville, Tennessee June 10, 2005. The four day fair is billed as "country music's biggest party" with various country artist performing, signing autographs and participating in various events. REUTERS/Tami Chappell

Country artist Travis Tritt laughs during the Celebrity Closeup at the CMA fan festival in Nashville, Tennessee. Country artist Travis Tritt laughs during the Celebrity Closeup at the Country Music Association Fan Fair in Nashville, Tennessee June 10, 2005. The four day fair is billed ascountry music’s biggest partywith various country artist performing, signing autographs and participating in various events. REUTERS/Tami Chappell

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