Hank Williams Jr. isn't keeping quiet after getting bounced from "Monday Night Football."
Hank Williams Jr. is not going away quietly.
The outspoken country music singer, bounced from doing the "Monday Night Football" intro after comparing President Obama to Hitler in an appearance on "Fox & Friends," will be a guest on ABC's "The View" Tuesday. And he has a new song in which he lashes out at Fox for "twisting" his words.
"So Fox `n Friends wanna put me down/Ask for my opinion/Twist it all around," goes the song, which could be out on iTunes later today. "Wel,l two can play that gotcha game you'll see."
Williams, the son of legendary country crooner Hank Williams, also sings that the U.S. is "going down the drain" and says it's becoming "The United Socialist States of America."
If he thinks "Fox & Friends" was tough on him, he can expect worse from the mostly liberal ladies of "The View." Williams, who drew his ill-conceived comparison in saying that Obama and House Speaker John Boehner playing golf together was like Hitler playing golf with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, will also appear on "Hannity" Tuesday.
Williams is selling "Hank Jr. for President" T-shirts on his website.