Larry the Cable Guy dropped by "Fox and Friends" today to share some laughs and give his thoughts on the 2016 race.
The superstar "Blue Collar" comedian said that this election year is "crazy," and he's torn between Donald Trump and Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson, since both have policies he agrees with.
"I know who I'm not voting for. I'll give you the initials... Hillary Clinton," Larry said. "Hillary will be the end of the country. That's all I got to say."
He added that he's noticed how divided the country is and how uncivil many people are this particular election cycle.
He explained that if someone says they agree with some of the things Trump says, they're immediately criticized and deemed a "racist."
Larry also weighed in on the controversy surrounding San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who refused to stand during the national anthem in protest of America's "oppression" of African Americans.
Larry pointed out Kaepernick had lost his starting job and was recently relegated to second and third string.
"You think he'd be sick of sitting and he'd have to stand for something every now and then," Larry quipped.