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Natalie Maines' Savage Tweet Finds Surprising New Target

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A huge number of people who spend their hard earned money on her albums and tickets to her concerts are not going to be pleased when they read one of the latest tweets from this outspoken country star. 

Natalie Maines, most famously known as the lead singer of the Dixie Chicks and a massive critic of Former President George W. Bush, this proud Texan isn't afraid of speaking her mind - and she deserves recognition for that. 

While she is lauded for never being afraid to be open with her feelings and opinions and always staying true to herself, a recent article by Rolling Stone suggests that a new wave of backlash may come from country fans after reading her recent tweet. 

In response to presidential candidate Donald Trump's latest viral statement about Hillary Clinton and the Second Amendment, Maines posted a tweet savagely calling country radio "hypocrites". 

"If she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do, folks," Trump said, according to The New York Times. "Although the Second Amendment people — maybe there is, I don't know."

Many have assumed or speculated that Trump was implying that those people could assassinate Clinton, but he has adamantly denied that saying that he was suggesting that group could pool votes to keep her out of office. 

While many radio stations did ban her for the comments she made about the war in Iraq and criticism of President Bush, this new statement targets the very audience she had grown to fame with. 

Dazzling country fans everywhere, the Dixie Chicks had sold millions of albums and earned seven Grammy Awards before Maines' March 2003 comments sparked an international uproar among fans. 

What do you think about her statement above? Do you believe this will affect their current tour? 

Watch the video below where she reflects on the aftermath of her 2003 statement controversy with Howard Stern. 

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