Keith Buckley ETID 2018
[Photo by Ben Saravo]

Every Time I Die‘s Keith Buckley has always been vocal about his beliefs, and it doesn’t appear that risking the loss of a fan or two has phased the frontman in sharing his thoughts.

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The ETID vocalist recently shared a tweet about his relief of not seeing any Warped attendees wearing ‘Make America Great Again’ hats during the band’s time on the Vans Warped Tour.

As with most things coming from the internet, the tweet from Buckley had a mixed reaction from his followers.

With some agreeing, and praising the frontman’s observation, some of his more conservative followers didn’t seem too thrilled of Buckley’s personal note. Especially for one fan in particular, who had this exchange with Buckley:

After the exchange, Buckley shared his final thoughts on the matter, where he let it be known that his band “doesn’t need” supporters that uphold such negative viewpoints.

Before officially going back to his “happier” Twitter moments, Buckley shared one final thought on the matter:

After concluding the Twitter exchange, Buckley got some back up from Ice T:

As we know, this isn’t the first time the frontman has brought forth his views on important matters to the forefront of his social media. A few weeks ago, Buckley took to Twitter to share his opposition of a billboard, which prompted him to call for a stronger stance for civility.

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