Perhaps it’s because Jason Aldean grew tired of being dragged up and down social media the way his “Try That in a Small Town” song suggests he’d like to drag a Black man from the bumper of his pickup truck that Black Lives Matter-related protest footage was quietly and mysteriously edited out of the controversial video. It seems unlikely though since MAGA World has basically knighted him for the American flag-heavy (and lynching vibes-heavier) video, and, in general, the song and video have upgraded him to Jason Aldean from—”Who TF is Jason Aldean?”
But according to the Washington Post, the video is now six seconds shorter than it was when it was uploaded to YouTube on July 14, and what’s missing is a news clip from Fox 5 Atlanta depicting violence during the wave of anti-police racism protests that happened in 2020.
From the Post:
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