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Country singer Charlie Daniels reacts to Phil Robertson controversy

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As "Duck Dynasty's" Phil Robertson remains under fire for his recent anti-gay comments, country artist Charlie Daniels comes to his defense.

The "Devil Went Down To Georgia" singer says, "It's a sorry day in America when a man speaks his mind and gets suspended from work for expressing heartfelt religious opinions."

"A and E I think I think you trampled Phil Robertson's civil rights and ran off a significant bunch of viewers. Only time will tell," the country legend stated in a follow-up post.

View Charlie Daniels' post on Twitter here. The posts have been retweeted hundreds of times since the veteran fiddle master expressed his opinions via social media.

The cast of Duck Dynasty released an album of Christmas songs earlier this year. Several country artists including George Strait and Luke Bryan appear on the disc, "Duck the Halls: A Robertson Family Christmas." The album topped the Billboard country charts and is one of the best-selling of the past quarter.


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