The Lewis Country Store in Nashville, Tennessee is making massive waves with a giant screen broadcasting memes slamming the Biden administration over gas prices.

Among the memes are photos of a laughing Tucker Carlson, an empty gas gauge with the Biden/Harris logo, and a meme of the president’s son, Hunter Biden, smoking crack in a bathtub.

“Hope gas prices don’t get too high,” one side of the meme reads. The other side is captioned “gas prices,” with the Biden family photo.

I thought that gas station pic with Hunter was fake, but this guy RECORDED it!! Bless this ballsy gas station!

— Coyote Outlaw (@ThatF_ckerYote) May 15, 2021

The gas station and country store previously made waves for putting a message on the screen that read “roses are red. Grass is greener. If you think I’m gonna wear a mask, you can suck my wiener.”

Not everybody is on board. Yesterday, I went to Lewis’ Country Store to the northwest of the city. They are openly defying the mask mandate and taunting the mayor about on their roadside sign. Classy, I know.

— Brett Kelman (@BrettKelman) July 2, 2020

The owners also had a sign on the door blasting Communists and telling customers that masks are not required in the store.

PATRIOT OWNED Nashville business (Lewis Country Store) puts up mask mandate door graphic.

— djcalligraphy (@DJcalligraphy) December 29, 2020

“If you are scared stay at home! If you are afraid to be within 6 feet of another person please do not enter,” the shop’s signage read.

The owner of the store, Brad Lewis, told News 2 during his battle against COVID restrictions, “Rest assured people like me are willing to fight until our last breath and bullet to defend the constitution of this last frontier of freedom left on the planet we call the United States of America.”

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