Boy band tours Kentucky, supporting Mitch McConnell

"The Terry Train," courtesy Christian News Wire

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) — Four teenagers and their fathers are touring the state, campaigning for Senator Mitch McConnell with their rock band, “The Terry Train.”

They played in front of McConnell’s Lexington office on Monday, as well as his offices in Lexington and Ft. Wright.

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They’re touring in their 37′ Motor Coach, plastered with pictures of aborted fetuses on the sides.

They were performing 30-minute sets at each stop, including one of their newest songs, called “CNN Sucks!”

The four brothers are ages 13, 14, 15, and 16.

The oldest, Randy, says:

“We like Senator McConnell, because he’s helping President Trump. Twitter, Antifa, CNN, and other bullies are attacking Senator McConnell, and downplaying the death threats against him because of their own agenda. We’re coming to Kentucky to show our support for Mitch McConnell and President Trump, and to push back against these bullies.”

The tour has three more stops in Kentucky on Tuesday.

“The Terry Train” will be playing at McConnell’s offices in Bowling Green and Paducah and City Hall in Owensboro.