On Twitter, Donald Trump, who is the president of The United States Of America, clarified the conspiracy theories about a 75-year-old man whose head was cracked open by Buffalo law enforcement.

KISS frontman Paul Stanley has retweeted Trump’s message and shared his opinion about the incident but looking at that from a different angle. As you can see at the bottom, Paul Stanley drew attention to the situation by saying that ‘this lunacy is more frightening than despicable.’

The singer also gave a powerful message to US citizens and said that ‘we are better than this.’

First of all, we have to read what Trump said:

“Buffalo protester shoved by Police could be an ANTIFA provocateur. 75-year-old Martin Gugino was pushed away after appearing to scan police communications in order to black out the equipment. I watched, he fell harder than was pushed. Was aiming scanner. Could be a set up?”

68-year-old rock veteran has reacted to Trump by saying:

“To have the President of the United States spewing this lunacy is more frightening than despicable. WE are better than this. In case some of you didn’t hear previous ones, consider this your wake up call.”

If you want to see the original Twitter post, check it out below.

Photo Credit: Paul Stanley – Twitter

Update: After a while, Paul deleted his tweet and made an explanation about why he deleted it. He said:

”I have taken down my most recent tweet purely because I see it can never be the source of true conversation or exchange of views. Rather than incite a situation where there can be no real “back and forth” I hope everyone finds clarity for their views, lives morally and votes!“

You can see the tweet below.