Dee Snider, widely known for being the lead singer of Twisted Sister, shared a post on his official Twitter page sharing his opinion about an unfortunately still existing problem in the United States of America, racism.

While racism and discrimination against people of color in the United States of America have always been an on-going issue throughout history, the video of George Floyd’s death at the hands of police triggered the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement around the world.

The heartbreaking incident brought renewed attention to the high-profile deaths of black Americans during the past decade and ongoing concerns about systemic racism in the criminal justice system as well as in society and everyday life.

Some U.S citizens have deducted that Donald Trump has not been working in order to solve this injustice and discrimination against people of color, thus after the nearly concluded results of the 2020 presidential election of the United States of America, those who believe Trump will do nothing against racism raised their voices through social media accounts.

New York Times best-selling author Mick Foley was one of those and shared a post on his official Twitter page expressing his disappointment about the outcome of the election and stating that racism is still not a huge issue while it should be, clearly according to Foley.

Here is what Foley said:

Racism is clearly not a dealbreaker for much of America.”

Dee Snider also replied to Foley’s post and shared a post on his official Twitter page agreeing with him and stating that some citizens of the United States of America should have been more evolved than voting for someone who will be okay with injustice and ignore the basic human rights.

Here is what Snider said:

“Sad but true. I thought we were more evolved as people, but clearly many people (too many people) are not.”

You can see the Twitter post down below.