KISS icon Paul Stanley posted a tweet to share his opinions on the recent statements of Dr. Scott Atlas, an advisor on the White House Coronavirus Task Force, who urged citizens to rise up against Covid-19 measures and warned his fans not to talk about his right to share a personal opinion.

As you may recall, Dr. Scott Atlas, who was selected by Donald Trump as a part of the advising team on the White House Coronavirus Task Force, made an unfortunate statement about Michigan’s new Covid-19 restrictions. In a tweet he posted, Dr. Atlas asserted that people in Michigan should rise up and show their reactions against the new restrictions.

Here’s what Dr. Scott Atlas stated in his tweet:

“The only way this stops is if people rise up. You get what you accept. #FreedomMatters #StepUp”

The rhythm guitarist and co-lead vocalist of KISS, Paul Stanley has been showing his support for the necessary measurements taken by the officials. Stanley often criticizes those people who refuse to wear masks and warns his fans to be careful about taking the necessary precautions considering all the hard work of hospital workers.

Recently, Stanley showed his reaction to the statements of Dr. Scott Atlas with a tweet he posted on his official Twitter account. In his tweet, Paul reminded Dr. Atlas that he took an oath not to harm people. Stanley also mentioned that it was not even his expertise to make such a bold statement that would definitely put many people’s lives in danger.

Here’s how Paul Stanley reacted to Dr. Atlas’ remarks:

“Dr. Scott Atlas… You are a Neuroradiologist. In keeping with the Hippocratic Oath and ‘doing no harm,’ you should stick to expertise in MRIs, Ct scans, and X-rays. In spite of a misbegotten appointment, COVID and infectious diseases are out of your field and you are doing harm.”

Furthermore, KISS icon shared another tweet to warn those who would criticize him about his reaction to the man who was simply expressing his opinions. Stanley asserted that he was going to tell them not to embarrass themselves, however, he decided to let them say whatever they want if they couldn’t see the difference between an expert sharing possibly harmful advice and a normal citizen sharing his personal opinions on social media.

Here is what Stanley wrote in his tweet:

“I was actually going to say ‘Don’t Embarrass Yourselves’ to anyone who thinks my having an opinion is the same thing as someone appointed and misrepresented as an expert spouting harmful politically based hyperbole as fact. If you’re that confused Keep it coming! For now…”

You can see the tweets Paul Stanley posted on his Twitter account below.