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DISTURBED frontman David Draiman, who was well-known a few years ago for his outspoken views on politics and foreign affairs, was asked in a brand new interview with KLOS radio show "Whiplash" if he feels comfortable voicing his opinions in the current political climate. "No," he told host by Full Metal Jackie (hear audio below). "Look, the most surefire way for you to get into an argument is simply to voice an opinion. I had plenty of years of being very vocal about what I believe in. It's there — it's there for eternity. There's...

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DISTURBED frontman David Draiman, who was well-known a few years ago for his outspoken views on politics and foreign affairs, was asked in a brand new interview with KLOS radio show "Whiplash" if he feels comfortable voicing his opinions in the current political climate. "No," he told host by Full Metal Jackie (hear audio below). "Look, the most surefire way for you to get into an argument is simply to voice an opinion. I had plenty of years of being very vocal about what I believe in. It's there — it's there for eternity. There's...

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DISTURBED frontman David Draiman, who was well-known a few years ago for his outspoken views on politics and foreign affairs, was asked in a brand new interview with KLOS radio show "Whiplash" if he feels comfortable voicing his opinions in the current political climate. "No," he told host by Full Metal Jackie (hear audio below). "Look, the most surefire way for you to get into an argument is simply to voice an opinion. I had plenty of years of being very vocal about what I believe in. It's there — it's there for eternity. There's...

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DISTURBED frontman David Draiman, who was well-known a few years ago for his outspoken views on politics and foreign affairs, was asked in a brand new interview with KLOS radio show "Whiplash" if he feels comfortable voicing his opinions in the current political climate. "No," he told host by Full Metal Jackie (hear audio below). "Look, the most surefire way for you to get into an argument is simply to voice an opinion. I had plenty of years of being very vocal about what I believe in. It's there — it's there for eternity. There's...

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DISTURBED frontman David Draiman, who was well-known a few years ago for his outspoken views on politics and foreign affairs, was asked in a brand new interview with KLOS radio show "Whiplash" if he feels comfortable voicing his opinions in the current political climate. "No," he told host by Full Metal Jackie (hear audio below). "Look, the most surefire way for you to get into an argument is simply to voice an opinion. I had plenty of years of being very vocal about what I believe in. It's there — it's there for eternity. There's...

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