Charlie Daniels And Twitter Go After Leftist Who Targeted Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede (TWEETS)

You first heard from us how a reporter went after Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede because it’s a dinner theater that commemorates the Civil War:

“It’s a lily-white kitsch extravaganza that play-acts the Civil War but never once mentions slavery. Instead, it romanticizes the old South, with generous portions of both corn on the cob and Southern belles festooned in Christmas lights. At its sister staging in Branson, Missouri (the original is up the road from Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee), it’s put on at a venue that can only be described as resembling a plantation mansion. Also, everyone in the audience must pick a side.”

Yes, the Left has started targeting Dolly Parton.

Well, it turns out that Dolly has a few more fans than that Leftists anticipated.

And they came out in force, via Twitter, to blast the Left’s derogatory remarks about Dolly.

Twitchy was on top of the Twitter war and had this:

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Among the Civil War monuments, statues and symbols that activists are now attempting to remove is Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede. Charlie Daniels had strong words for the attempt at the latter:

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And then a lot of Conservatives back him up.

A lot of people think very highly of Dolly Parton.

Charlie Daniels is a true gentleman and a patriot!

The silent minority is stepping up against leftist discrimination!

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