The co-lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist of KISS, Paul Stanley, shared a tweet on his Twitter account and said ‘we will be tested‘ as he talked about the outcome of the 2020 United States Presidential Election.

Paul Stanley is one of the rockstars who are the most active on their social media accounts. Specifically, he used his Twitter account to encourage people to vote and share his views about the 2020 USA presidential election.

As you may know, some days ago Joe Biden was elected the President of the United States in the 59th quadrennial presidential election. Upon the election’s conclusion, Stanley revealed his views on the result of the election through his Twitter account. His heartfelt message had both a firm and a peaceful tone, something that only an artist such as Paul Stanley could have achieved.

Even though the happiness that he felt with Joe Biden’s election was clear in his later tweets, the first message that he posted was uniting rather than dividing. He argued that this transition and change will be a test for Americans, both for those in favor and against Joe Biden.

Instead of celebrating Joe Biden’s victory immediately, he preferred to discuss how Americans should unite through mutual respect and understanding, as these values will help them construct the strong foundation of ‘the road we pledge to travel forward together.’

It is highly important to see icons such as Paul Stanley make an effort to unite Americans instead of dividing them. Furthermore, it would have been easier to celebrate the victory of Joe Biden, but Paul Stanley preferred to take a moment and share his hopeful message about American citizens’ common future.

Here is what Paul Stanley said in his tweet:

“We will be tested by this transition and how we react to this change, both as Americans who have won this election and Americans who have lost. Respect for each other and understanding should be the road we pledge to travel forward TOGETHER.”

You can check out the tweet that Paul Stanley posted on his Twitter account below.