Clay Travis, the founder of OutKick and a frequent sports analyst, will headline the annual Boots & Jeans, BBQ & Beans Event — hosted by state Senator Jack Johnson (R-Franklin).
The talk radio show host has raised his national profile over the past couple years, routinely conducting interviews with former President Donald Trump, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, and other notable figures.
“I’m so honored to have Williamson County’s own Clay Travis join us for this year’s Boots & Jeans, BBQ & Beans event. He understands our Tennessee values, the challenges facing our nation from the far left and why we need to hold Communist China accountable. This event continues to sell out each year, so I encourage everyone to buy their tickets early and join us for what will certainly be a great night of family fun,” the Tennessee lawmaker said.
Travis, who has admitted that he previously voted for President Barack Obama and then switched to President Donald Trump, consistently points out the perceived leftward shift of the Democratic Party.
Specifically, Travis argued the decision to move the MLB All Star game from Georgia, which Democratic lawmakers was due to a “restriction” of voting rights, was based on no reason.
“As I was sitting ,watching the MLB All Star Game, all I could think about was the fact that Major League Baseball and Rob Manfred in particular screwed the city of Atlanta and the state out of Georgia with no legitimate basis,” Travis said on his show.
“As I was sitting ,watching the MLB All Star Game, all I could think about was the fact that Major League Baseball and Rob Manfred in particular screwed the city of Atlanta and the state out of Georgia with no legitimate basis.” – @ClayTravis #MLB #AllStarGame pic.twitter.com/dUDIlAsdCe
— OutKick (@Outkick) July 15, 2021
The founder of Outkick now serves as a co-host of the national radio program the “Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show,” which airs in the time slot of the late Rush Limbaugh in some media markets.
According to Johnson’s campaign website, the event will be held on Sunday, Aug. 22 at Liberty Hall at The Factory at Franklin.
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