LOL: Dixie Chicks Change Their Name to ‘The Chicks’ After Politically Correct Backlash
The Dixie Chicks, a country singing troupe that has alienated fans due to their far-left political views, are changing their name to “The Chicks” to disavow their southern heritage.
“We want to meet this moment,” the three women released in their initial statement.
They later released another statement officially announcing their name change: “A sincere and heartfelt thank you goes out to ‘The Chicks’ of [New Zealand] for their gracious gesture in allowing us to share their name. We are honored to co-exist together in the world with these exceptionally talented sisters. Chicks Rock!”
In addition, the group has released “March March” to demonstrate their solidarity with Black Lives Matter (BLM) and ANTIFA rioters as they burn down cities and desecrate cultural monuments like ISIS.
They released this nauseating video for the song endorsing every liberal cause imaginable:
The Chicks became pariahs in the country music scene when they bashed former President George W. Bush shortly after the 9/11 attacks.
“I wanted the audience to know who we were and what we were about,” front-woman Natalie Maines said about the infamous comment that she made on a London stage in March 2003.
Maines told the foreign audience that “we’re on the good side with y’all,” and noted her shame in being from the same state as Bush. This caused a massive backlash from their fan base that The Chicks still haven’t recovered from.
“I do not like when artists get on their soapbox — it’s not what people are there for,” Maines told Allure. “They’re there to listen to your music.” However, “the politics of this band is inseparable from the music.”
Maines does not regret making her anti-American comments, but does feel some remorse for bragging down her fellow band mates in order to promote her political agenda.
She said: “I have no regrets, but the responsible part of me doesn’t want to put people through s—.”
“I feel like you might’ve said something smarter or different,” said Emily Strayer to Maines.
“Well, I always wish I had said something smarter!” Maines responded. “But when I think back, it’s like that movie ‘Sliding Doors,’ right? Where would we be today if I hadn’t said that? That’s interesting. I really don’t know if I would take it back.”
The Chicks will attempt their comeback with their album, “Gaslighter,” that is due for release in July. They hope that they can ride the wave of anti-Americanism now that it is trendy, after being hurt due to their unpatriotic beliefs many years ago.