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Country Star Michael Shawn Hartman Warns Trump of Deep State Takeover

Michael Shawn Hartman, Photo Credit: Michael Sargent Photography.

Country Star Michael Shawn Hartman Warns Trump of a Possible Deep State Takeover, yet knows that Steve Bannon and his 'Killing Machine' will try have his back.

I know in my heart that President Trump is not a Nazi.”
— Michael Shawn Hartman

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, August 18, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Former Breitbart chief Steve Bannon has reportedly been ousted from the Trump administration, sources including the New York Times and others report today. Liberals, who claim Bannon is a racist, were celebrating--but not much, saying Bannon will still wield his white nationalist political influence now with his job back at Breitbart. According to Breitbart itself today, Bannon reportedly refers to the online publication as his 'killing machine,' and he is--according to the site, preparing for war against Trump's enemies, including the Deep State. Country star Michael Shawn Hartman warns Trump to stand strong, and "Keep standing up against the fake news media."

As any President, Trump has no shortage of enemies. Even Rosie O'Donnell and Donald Trump had had a notoriously long standing feud in the media, that has never let up. With Trump famously calling Rosie O'Donnell a "fat pig," mainstream media jumped on the remarks during the Presidential campaign, which were also brought up by then Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton. The feud was quiet for a while, until now.

It started earlier this week, when country stars Tim McGraw, Michael Shawn Hartman, Kacey Musgraves, Maren Morris, and other country music stars reportedly made statements strongly against the racist violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, that happened Saturday, August 12th, Hollywood Sentinel reports. Two police officers reportedly died attempting to assist in stopping the protest-turned-riot by helicopter, while one woman died on ground--struck by a speeding car that reportedly plowed in to another parked car that people were standing near. Reportedly 19 others were injured. Members of the rally which reportedly began as a protest to remove a statue of U.S. General Robert E. Lee, included the KKK, Nazis, and white nationalists, as well as counter-protesters.

Soon after, many mainstream media attacked Trump for not referring to and condemning the Nazis, KKK, and white nationalists specifically. Trump later gave a speech condemning them, stating he delayed as he had to get all of the facts known. But Trump also condemned some of who he called 'the alt left,' of whom he stated, some were bad people, carrying clubs and inciting violence, with no permit to protest. During this speech in the lobby of Trump Tower in New York, Trump repeatedly attacked the media, calling them 'fake news' who didn't care about the facts. At these remarks condemning the so called 'alt left' in addition to some on the so called 'alt right,' many media again attacked Trump, arguing he was not strongly enough condemning Nazis, racists, white nationalists, and the KKK, and essentially defending them, while the media arguably claimed, he was condemning counter-protesters who--many media argued, were simply protesting Nazi's and racists--the very thing America should stand against.

Mainstream media further hit back, stating that Trump was defending Nazis, white nationalists, racists, and KKK members. Trump hater Rosie O'Donnell took it a step further, reportedly tweeting this week that "if u stand next 2 and work with adolf trump - yes u f-ing are a nazi."

Country singer Michael Shawn Hartman came to a quick defense of the President, stating, "I know in my heart that President Trump is not a Nazi, and neither is anyone just because they want to have good working relations with our President. For a celebrity who is an opinion leader to say such harsh words and a lie about our President, is frankly, irresponsible, and foolish, and an insult to Americans as well as to the Jews and all other victim of actual Nazi's. Rosie O'Donnell should be ashamed of herself, and grow up. And I hope now that Mr. Bannon has more freedom, he can better serve and protect our President."

About Michael Shawn Hartman:

While other classmates were busy collecting spiders and baseball cards, a young Michael Shawn was busy jamming. The Singer Songwriter, and Musician, who Hollywood Sentinel hails as "The next Johnny Cash," began playing guitar at the young age of 9 years old. A second generation guitar player, music and a guitar was literally handed down to the young, future performer, growing up with his mother--also a singer and songwriter-- performing on stage. With a guitar always in the corner, his older brother, who also played guitar, would tell him to pick up the instrument, and teach him how to play. "You'll know you get it right," his older brother told him, "When all of your fingers are bleeding!"

Having learned how to play 500 songs in the band "Step In Country" Michael was later invited to play a benefit concert back in 2010, and by this time had written 65 songs of his own. He later called up his old bass player, and the rest is history. Living just an hour drive from Niagara Falls, Michael Shawn was raised in the country-- and raised on country. Citing Elvis, Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, George Strait, Dolly Parton, and Merle Haggard among some of his favorite singers and influences, Michael Shawn's roots go deep, and one can hear his genuine soul and power in each song.

Constantly perfecting his craft, Michael Shawn Hartman recently started honing his talent yet again, now working with celebrity vocal coach Peisha McPhee, who was the Official Vocal Coach for "American Idol," and who trained her now famous daughter; singer and actress Katharine McPhee.

When asked what his life philosophy is, Michael admits, "My philosophy is don't take advantage of people, and be comfortable with everything around me. I try be the fairest I can to everybody." He adds, "Country music makes me happy when I hear it. It makes me feel good. I want to do the same for people. I want to make people happy and feel good with my music," and he adds, "stop fighting!"

Michael Shawn Hartman performs live at the Irishman Pub and Grill in Williamsville, NY at 9pm on August 26, and August 27 at 10:30am at Royalton Community Days in Gasport, NY.

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Bruce Edwin
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