This Legendary guitarist uttered one sentence during a recent performance that has woke extremists calling for his head

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This 10-time grammy winner decided to educate the crowd at a recent show. 

The reaction from the woke left-wing outrage mob was entirely predictable.

And now this Legendary guitarist uttered one sentence during a recent performance that has woke extremists calling for his head.

Renowned guitarist Carlos Santana just took the stage and delivered a message that’s reverberating across the nation. 

In a world marred by political correctness and an epidemic of woke insanity, Santana dared to step into the spotlight and speak his mind. 

During a recent concert in Atlantic City, N.J., Santana decided to seize the moment, taking a break from his musical prowess to share his unfiltered thoughts on woke extremism.

With unparalleled candor, he delivered a simple and profound truth that cuts through the noise: “A woman is a woman and a man is a man — that’s it.”

It’s a statement that seems as natural as breathing, yet it’s a concept that has become anathema to woke extremist activists, who have attempted to twist and contort the fundamental truths of human biology. 

Santana’s words echo the sentiments of countless working class Americans, who refuse to be swept away by the deluge of ideological propaganda. 

In simple language, he perfectly captures the essence of this basic reality, distilling the debate down to its core and providing a sobering reality check that leaves no room for ambiguity.

Santana’s clarity of thought doesn’t stop there. 

He continues to unravel the layers of misinformation that have shrouded this issue. 

He boldly asserted that “when God made you and me, before we came out of the womb, you know who you are and what you are.”

He punctuates this statement with a dose of sobering reality.

“Later on, when you grow out of it, you see things, and you start believing that you could be something that sounds good, but you know it ain’t right,” Santana added.

In a world where gender identity is fluid and ideology often trumps biological facts, Santana’s words hit like a breath of fresh air. 

He refuses to dance around the issue, shattering the chains of political correctness that have stifled honest dialogue, especially in Hollywood and the music industry. 

His comments leave no room for misinterpretation – they cut to the core of the debate and challenge the narrative peddled by those who would rather perpetuate confusion than acknowledge reality.

What’s even more compelling is that Santana’s thoughts are shared by his fellow truth-seeker, comedian Dave Chappelle, who has recently been the subject of the cancel culture mob’s ire. 

Santana aligns himself with Chappelle’s sentiments expressed in his notorious Netflix special The Closer, demonstrating that these ideas are not isolated to one individual but represent a growing wave of people who refuse to bow to the dictates of ideological pressure.

Santana’s statement couldn’t have come at a more critical time. 

It’s a reality check that offers a dose of sanity in a world dominated by ideologues, who would rather impose their views than embrace the truth.

His simple message stands as a reminder that biology is not a subjective concept open to interpretation, but a fundamental reality that we must acknowledge. 

As woke extremists scramble to rebut his assertion, they reveal the depth of their own delusion. 

Santana’s clarity cuts through the fog of confusion, offering a lifeline to those who refuse to be swept away by the tide of ideological distortion.

A man is a man and a Black Magic Woman is a Black Magic Woman.

It really is that simple. 

US Political Daily will keep you updated on any developments to this ongoing story.