The Kentucky Lantern reports:
Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear and Republican Attorney General Daniel Cameron traded barbs and addressed a raucous crowd of supporters and naysayers during the 143rd Fancy Farm Picnic.
Cameron addressed the crowd first. His speech focused on culture war issues laced with zingers referencing conservative internet feuds, like backlash to country singer Jason Aldean’s “Try That In a Small Town” and asking Beshear if he wants to join Bud Light’s marketing team.
“They mock our faith, our families and our values and then try to cancel each one who disagrees,” Cameron said of Democrats. Cameron also pointed to a blown-up version of a 2020 picture of Beshear with members of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, a group of drag performers, that someone in the crowd was hoisting.
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— Kentucky Lantern (@KYLantern) August 5, 2023
.@AndyBeshearKY and the Democrats mock our faith, our families, and our values. They try to cancel anyone who disagrees.
Well, the folks of Fancy Farm have one response, Governor: Try that in a small town! pic.twitter.com/XKTwsmFCnY
— Daniel Cameron (@DanielCameronAG) August 6, 2023