LIMP BIZKIT guitarist Wes Borland has asked his Instagram followers to "unfollow" him if they are Donald Trump supporters, explaining that he "can't even sleep knowing that there are so many people out there with bones in the middle of their brains."
Borland's comments were apparently prompted by the events of the first day of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland where Willie Robertson, the star of A&E's hit series "Duck Dynasty", was one of the prime-time speakers. Other people who addressed convention-goers Monday evening included the presumptive Republican presidential nominee's wife, Melania Trump; actor Scott Baio; and former Texas governor Rick Perry.
Writing on his Instagram account, Borland said: "How in the world can you absolute fucking donkey's assholes think that someone with NO political experience could even compare to someone with decades of political experience. These clowns make Sarah Palin seem capable! It's exactly as if Lockheed Martin rolled out a hot air balloon with an American flag and Jesus painted on it and proclaimed it the new Air Force Stealth Bomber.
"Please unfollow me. Go fuck yourselves.
"'Idiocracy' is no longer a movie. And P.S. — you can blow the 'stick to music' 'stick to playing guitar' comments out of a canon and back into your own face. Why don't you stick to working at Walmart?
"I don't speak out about this kind of thing publicly much but after this first night of the RNC, I can't even sleep knowing that there are so many people out there with bones in the middle of their brains. I feel like I'm going to puke.
"I cannot believe this is happening. How can you guys support this dude and his stupid stupid wife?
"Edit: AND THIS ISN'T EVEN A HILLARY SUPPORT POST!
"It's a bewildered slap to my own face as I try and wake myself up.
"I don't understand how a candidate like Trump has even gotten this far.
"I'm no one to be giving political advice, but neither is the dude from 'Duck Dynasty' and I would never speak at a party's national convention.
"And Walmart was the most American job I could think of that didn't pay its workers a living wage and then they end up shopping there to support themselves. A subject that's a whole can of worms on its own.
"I'm sticking with my 'fuck you.'
"Please unfollow me if you're a Trump supporter. I'm not trying to change your mind. I just want you out of my life."