Dixie Chicks Singer Calls Country Radio ‘Hypocrites’ For Trump Support

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Katie Jerkovich Entertainment Reporter
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Dixie Chicks singer Natalie Maines complained about the backlash she received in for not supporting President George W. Bush, while Donald Trump is “still all over country radio” after suggesting “Second Amendment people” block Hillary Clinton’s judicial picks.

Trump is not a country artist, so it’s not clear he really is “all over” country radio stations.

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“I get banned for not liking Bush and now Trump can practically put a hit out on Hillary and he’s still all over country radio,” Maines tweeted Thursday. “Hypocrites!” (RELATED: Dixie Chicks Perform In Front Of Defaced Photo Of Donald Trump)

In June, the Dixie Chicks performed in front of a banner with a picture of Trump that had devil horns and facial hair drawn on it, while singing “Goodbye Earl,” a song about killing an abusive husband.

Back in 2003, Maines’ band was practically ostracized from country radio after the group said it was against the Iraq War and Bush.