The legendary rhythm guitarist and co-lead vocalist of KISS, Paul Stanley has expressed his utmost disappointment with the US citizens who spread fear and violence after the election day while asking what has this country become.

One of the most sensible musicians in the industry and an outstanding social media figure, Paul Stanley, has increased the number and impact of his statements and calls about the 2020 presidential election as the significant day has come.

Right after reminding the ways to vote amid the global pandemic, Stanley has taken Twitter to react to the unbelievable fact of plunder and days-long riots after nearly every presidential election in the US.

Referred to the news that some stores and houses are boarding up for fear of violence and reprisals after the election day in the states, Paul Stanley asked all of his followers what has this country become and how did we get here.

Stanley also remarked on the general enmity among people and asked when did the coexistence and acceptance of differing opinions go from being the fabric of American democracy to defining your enemy.

Most recently, retailers across the country have stepped up security measures to try to head off any damages to their stores during election-related protests in the coming days.

Tiffany, Saks Fifth Avenue, CVS, Target, and Macy’s are among the chains that are boarding up some of their stores’ windows in preparation. Companies decide which of their stores to board up based on factors such as whether a store has been damaged in the past and whether protests are planned in the area around a store.

Here’s what Paul Stanley said in his recent tweet:

“Stores and houses are boarding up for fear of violence and reprisals after Election Day?!?! What has this country become and how did we get here??

When did the coexistence and acceptance of differing opinions go from being the fabric of American democracy to defining your enemy?”

You can see the tweet below.