Stephen Colbert and Beto O'Rourke talk punk rock and politics

Stephen Colbert and Beto O'Rourke talk punk rock and politics

Stephen Colbert and Beto O'Rourke talk punk rock and politics

Senator Ted Cruz and Congressman Beto O'Rourke will be coming to San Antonio next month to carry out one of three Texas debates leading Up to the 2018 Senate Election. The report was posted to Nelson's Facebook page on Thursday. The end of September event will be the first time Willie has directly performed on behalf of a political candidate.

One Texan wrote on Twitter: "Someone buy my Willie Nelson ticket for Friday, November 16. Like we say in Texas, Now Git!"

According to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Nelson said O'Rourke "embodies what is special about Texas", and a few fans backed the singer.

That fan was quickly shot down by a Nelson supporter, who replied: "Lifelong fan unaware of Willie's decades of political activism". "You would pick a socialist agenda and an Anti American fellow like BETO, shame on you".

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Country singer and songwriter Wheeler Walker Jr. also spoke out in support of the longtime Texas legend.

From campaigning to legalize marijuana to supporting the LGBT movement, Nelson has scarcely hidden his progressive credentials during his long career.

Amid the criticism he has received for agreeing to headline O'Rourke's rally, Nelson issued a statement explaining why he made a decision to back the Texas Democrat.

Nelson will headline a concert at a rally for O'Rourke that that is scheduled to take place at Auditorium Shores in Austin, topping off a lineup that includes Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, Particle Kid, Carrie Rodriguez, Tameca Jones and Joe Ely. Nelson later said that during the visit he smoked what he called a "big fat Austin torpedo" on the roof of the White House. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and Hillary Clinton in recent years. "The truth is the truth, but believe what you choose", Nelson sings.

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